General Orders, No. 38

Title: General Orders, No. 38
Creator: Samuel R. Curtis
Description: Maj. Gen. Samuel Curtis issued General Order No. 38 from the Department of the Missouri Headquarters in St. Louis on May 22, 1863. The order details the proceedings of recent Military Commissions in St. Joseph, St. Louis, and Springfield, Missouri, where citizens were tried for war crimes, including consorting with guerrillas and bushwhackers, killing United States soldiers from the Seventh Cavalry Regiment Missouri Volunteers, and encouraging rebellion against the government. The order was signed by Assistant Adjutant General A.V. Colburn.
Date original: May 22, 1863
Document Type: military_document
Publication Statement: SC15-1 James J. Akard Papers, Group 2, Folder 13: General Orders No. 37-127, Department of the Missouri
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Page Type: Digital Repository Object
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