Military organizations; Military mobilizations; Soldiers; Military officers
Roster of officers and enlisted men of Company B (Lammot du Pont's company), 5th Delaware Volunteer Infantry. The roster includes names, ages, where the men lived, and brief comments on some individuals.
Parades & processions; Soldiers; Military organizations; Military officers
Letter from R. Emmet Robinson informing du Pont of a torch light procession that was being organized to welcome home the 4th Regiment of Delaware Volunteer Infantry. According to Robinson, the procession was also intended to affect an upcoming...
Officers of the 5th U.S. Artillery and the 12th U.S. Infantry at Fort Hamilton New York. They are identified as follows: front row (L to R); Major Bruen (?) 12th Inf., Col. Martin Burke, and Capt. Putman (?) 12th Inf. Back row (L to R); Lt....
Captain Hugh Stirling, commander of Company D, 5th Delaware Volunteer Infantry, asks if one of du Pont's noncommissioned officers would help him figure out how to use some of the military equipment issued to his company.
Artillery (Troops); Artillery (Weaponry); Military officers
Roster of the officers who belonged to the 5th U. S. Artillery; lists of officers' promotions, appointments, casualties, and transfers; tabulation of numbers of men in each battery; and a list of where each battery was stationed.
Military officers; Uniforms; Navies; Sailors; Daggers & swords
Uniform regulations for officers and enlisted personnel in the United States Nave and Marine Corps. Includes thirteen color plates and two black and white plates depicting uniforms, swords, and badges of rank.
The E. I du Pont de Nemours & Company minute books document an important era in the history of the company from just before the turn of the twentieth century through the 1930s. The DuPont Company in this time went through many changes in structure...