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Cooper, S.
Cooper, Samuel
Samuel Cooper (Amerikaans officier (1798-1876))
Samuel Cooper (Confederate general in the American Civil War)
Samuel Cooper (militaire américain)
Samuel Cooper (militare statunitense)
Samuel Cooper (Offizier der US-Armee und General der Konföderierten Staaten von Amerika im Amerikanischen Bürgerkrieg)
Купер, Сэмюэл
سموئل کوپر (ژنرال)
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Confederate States of America Collection (Library of Congress)
Confederate States of America. Adjutant and Inspector-General's Office
Confederate States of America. War Department
Confederate States of America. War Dept
Macomb, Alexander (1782-1841. [from old catalog])
Seddon, James A. (1815-1880)
Seddon, James Alexander (1815-1880)
concise system of instructions and regulations for the militia and volunteers of the United States, A : comprehending the exercises and movements of the infantry, light infantry, and riflemen, cavalry and artillery : together with the manner of doing duty in garrison and in camp, and the forms of parades, reviews, and inspections, as established by authority for the government of the regular army
Cooper's cavalry tactics, for the use of volunteers : to which is added a manual for Colt's revolver.
General Orders.
List of artillery officers for ordnance duties appointed since September 16, 1862, and roll of merit of artillery officers for ordnance duty.
Lists of appointments made from the ranks, from the exhibition of distinguished valor and skill in the field.
Message from the President of the United States to the two Houses of Congress ... December 4, 1854, 1854:
Message of the President, Richmond, Va., January 13, 1864
Orders of Samuel Cooper
[Report of the Adjutant and Inspector General in regard to findings of the general court martial held at headquarters, Richmond, for the month of January, in the cases of persons charged with desertion and absence without leave.