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KS Fort Dodge Kansas State Soldiers’ Home 1890-now[1] cemetery, cemetery burials, burials, history, history, history, images  
KS Leavenworth Western Branch National Military Home 1885-1934[2] registers, residents, deaths index, NPS site, cemetery [3]
KY Georgetown Confederate Soldiers' Home and Widows' and Orphans' Asylum 1881-1883[4] Not at FHL   [5]
KY Pewee Valley Kentucky Confederate Soldiers' Home 1902-1934[6] cemetery, list, history history, historyimage [7]
LA New Orleans Soldiers’ Home of Louisiana a.k.a. Camp Nicholls Soldier's Home 1884-1944[8] registers, report history, image [9]
ME Togus Eastern Branch National Military Home 1866-1934[2] registers, cemetery index, history, history, NPS site [3]
MD Pikesville (Sudbrook) Maryland Line Confederate Soldiers’ Home 1888-1932[10] history history [11]
MA Boston Discharged Soldiers’ Home 1862-1869[12] Not at FHL report, report  
MA Chelsea Soldiers’ Home 1882-now[13] Not at FHL history  
MI Grand Rapids Michigan Soldiers’ Home 1886-now[14] applications, applications, graves, registers, burials index, history, graves, graves, graves, cemetery  
MN Minneapolis Minnesota Soldiers’ Home a.k.a. Minnesota Veterans' Home 1888-now[15] cemetery website, history, history  
MS Biloxi Beauvoir Confederate Soldier's Home a.k.a Jefferson Davis Beauvoir Memorial Soldiers' Home 1903-1957[16] cemetery, cemetery index, list, history, history, history, historycemetery [17]
MS Biloxi Biloxi Home [National Home] a.k.a. VA Medical Center 1932-now[18] Not at FHL history, cemetery, website  
MS Gulfport United States Naval Home 1976-now [19] Not at FHL website  
MO Higginsville Missouri Confederate Home 1891-1950[20] admissions, cemetery, history burials, history, images, archives inventory [20]
MO St. James Missouri State Federal Soldiers' Home 1896-now[21] index website, images, history  
MT Columbia Falls Montana Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Home a.k.a. Montana State Soldier's Home 1897-now[22] cemetery burials, history, description  

  1. Ford County Historical Society, "4th of July, 1890 Fort Dodge, Kansas Soldiers Home" at http://www.skyways.org/orgs/fordco/july.html (accessed 4 December 2009).
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  4. Rosenburg, 28-29, citing Georgetown Weekly Times, July 13, November 30, 1881; November 14, 1883; "Confederate Soldiers' Home," "Subscribers to Confederate Soldiers' Home and Widows' and Orphans' Asylum," Kentucky State Archives, Frankfort; Southern Historical Society Papers, 11 (1883): 432.
  5. Rosenburg, 216, says the Kentucky State Archives, Frankfort, has a list of Subscribers to the Confederate Soldiers' Home and Widows' and Orphans' Asylum.
  6. Ruth Wright, "The Kentucky Confederate Home" in Sons of Confederate Veterans, John Hunt Morgan Camp 1342, Confederate Crossroads Online at http://johnhuntmorgan.scv.org/confhome.htm (accessed 23 November 2009).
  7. Rosenburg, 216, says the Kentucky State Archives, Frankfort, has Board of Trustees minutes, clothing issue book, commandant reports, hospital register, inmates register, miscellaneous reports, officer and employee payroll, physician and undertaker records, purchase ledgers, and rules and regulations.
  8. "New Orleans Know-It-All (December 11, 2001)" in BestofNewOrleans.com at http://bestofneworleans.com/gyrobase/Content?oid=oid:27331 (accessed 3 January 2010).
  9. Rosenburg, 216, says the Louisiana Historical Association Collection at the Howard-Tilton Memorial Library, Tulane Univ., New Orleans, has Board of Directors correspondence, House Committee reports, Investigating Committee reports, membership lists, minutes, President reports, reports 1886-1938, Secretary reports; clippings and pamphlets, financial reports, rules and regulations, Superintendent reports, and Surgeon reports.
  10. Maryland Historical Society, "Maryland Line Confederate Soldiers' Home Collection" at http://www.mdhs.org/Library/fotofind/PP0159lnk.html (accessed 4 December 2009).
  11. Maryland Historical Society, "Maryland Line Confederate Soldiers' Home" at http://www.mdhs.org/library/fotofind/PP0159lnk.html (accessed 4 January 2010) says the Maryland Historical Society, Manuscripts Department, has MS. 256, Maryland Line Confederate Soldiers' Home Record Books, 1882-1932.
  12. Associated Topeka Libraries Automated System catalog description citing Discharged Soldiers' Home (Boston, Mass.), "Sixth Annual Report of the Discharged Soldiers' Home [microform] : with the Constitution, By-laws, and a List of the Officers" (Boston: Press of Geo. C. Rand and Avery, 1868) at http://lib.wuacc.edu/search/o?19691777 (accessed 18 December 2009), and "Sixth Annual Report of the Board of State Charities of Massachusetts" (Boston, Mass.: Wright and Potter, 1870). Digitized by Google Books at http://books.google.com/books?id=APTJAAAAMAAJ (accessed 18 December 2009), 111-13.]
  13. Gerard W. Brown, Chapter 7: "The Soldiers' Home" in Chelsea, Postcard history series (Charleston, S.C.: Archadia Publishing, 2004), 99-108. Digitized by Google Books at http://books.google.com/books?id=cRs1pqiCcP0C&pg=PA99&lpg=PA99&dq=soldiers'+home+chelsea&source=bl&ots=vtU9d5PAtM&sig=0q-8ksoQQNRDh9AqYZ7q0q1RiEs&hl=en&ei=W51DS63XD438MIi1tY4J&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=3&ved=0CAwQ6AEwAjge#v=onepage&q=soldiers'%20home%20chelsea&f=false= (accessed 5 January 2010).
  14. Bentley Historical Library, University of Michigan, "Soldier's and Sailor's Homes Records" at http://bentley.umich.edu/research/genealogy/cw/soldiershome.php (accessed 7 January 2010).
  15. Wikipedia contributors, "Minnesota Veterans Home," Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Minnesota_Veterans_Home (accessed 3 December 2009).
  16. Beauvoir Confederate Soldier's Home at http://www.beauvoir.org/vetshome.html (accessed 31 December 2009).
  17. Rosenburg, 216, says the William D. McCain Library, Univ. of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, has Board of Directors correspondence, minute books 1920-1936, and reports, and the Mississippi Dept. of Archves and History, Jackson, has the register of inmates.
  18. United States Department of Veterans Affairs, "VA Gulf Coast Veterans Health Care System-About this Facility" at http://www.biloxi.va.gov/about/index.asp (accessed 7 January 2010).
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  20. 20.0 20.1 Western Historical Manuscript Collection-Columbia, "Missouri. Confederate Home, Higginsville, Records, 1897-1944 (C0066" at http://whmc.umsystem.edu/invent/0066.html (accessed 4 December 2009) lists correspondence, contracts, financial records, minutes, photographs, reports, cash books, farm accounts, journals, ledgers, and voucher registers are available in the Western Historical Manuscript Collection at the University of Missouri, Columbia.
  21. State of Missouri, Missouri Veterans Commission, "Our History" at http://www.mvc.dps.mo.gov/Administration/History/history.html (accessed 8 January 2010).
  22. http://montanahistorywiki.pbworks.com/National+Register+-+Flathead#MontanaStateSoldiersnbspHomenbspHistoricDistrict (accessed 8 January 2010).