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The Colorado State Archives has put an Index to the Colorado Volunteers from the New Mexico Campaign, 1862, on-line. The Index is to the Roster of Volunteers in the First Regiment of Volunteers (Infantry) and two independent companies (James H Ford's and Theodore Dodd's) who fought during the months of March to November 1862. The Index will provide the following information:
- Last Name
- First Name
Additional information for this Regiment is a roster of Colorado soldiers in William Clarke Whitford, Colorado Volunteers in the Civil War: The New Mexico Campaign in 1862, (Denver: S.p., State Historical and Natural History Society, 1906;FamilySearch.org 1000145 item 3 and a book entitled Colorado Volunteers in New Mexico, 1862, (Authors Hollister, Ovando James, 1834-1892 (Main Author)United States. Army. Colorado Infantry Regiment, 1st (1861-1865 edited by Richard Harwell, FamilySearch.org.book call no. 978.9 M2h which is a History of the First Regiment of Colorado Volunteers
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