The Texas Almanac for 1861 Page: 251
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UNITED STATES STATISTICS.
MILITARY GEOGRAPHICAL DEPARTMENTS.
DEPARTMENT OF THE EAST.-The country east of the Mississippi river-Head-Quarters e- Troy,
DEPARTMENT OF: THE WesT. -The country west of the Mississippi river, and east of the Rocky Moun-
tains, except those portions of it included-within the limits of the Departments of" Texas and New-
Mexico-Head-Quarters at St. Louis, Mo.
DEPARTMENT OF TExAs.-The State of Texas, and Indian territory lying south of Kaisis iand the
Arkansas river. (Fort Bliss, in Texas, is,' however, temporarily attached to the Department of New-
Mexico.)-Head-Quarters at San Antonio, Texas.
DEPARTMENT OF NEW-MExIco.-The Territory of NewlMexico, exclusive of Fbrt Hojave, attached to
the Department of Californias-Head-Quarters at Santa Fe, New-Mexico.
DEPARTMENT OF UTAI.--The territory 'of -Utah, except that portion of it lying west of the 117th
degree of west longitude-Head Quarters at Camp Floyd.
DEPARTMENT OF OREGo.-Washington Territory and the State of Oregon, excepting the Rogue river
and Umpqua districts of the latter-Head-Quarters at Fort Vancouver, W. T.
DEPARTIENT OF QA4IFORNIA.-The country west of the Rocky Mouitains, except those portions of it
included withip the limits.of the Departments of Oregon, Utah, and New-Mexico--Head-Quarters at
San Francisco, Cal.
The Head-Quaritefs of the Army are in the city of New York.
NoT.--Officers whose stations are changed by transfers or promotions will report for duty accord-
ARMORIES AEND ARSENALS.
Armories and Arsenals. State or Territory. Post-Office. Commanding Officers.
Kenebec Arsenal, Maine, Augusta,
Springfield Armory, Massachusetts, Springfield,
Watertown Arsenal, Do. Watertown, Capt. T. J. Rodmar.
Champlain Arsenal, . Vermont, Vergennes, Major A. Mordecai
Watervliet Arsenal. New-York, West-Troy, Bvt. Maj. W. A. Thornton.
New-York Arsenal, Do. New-York, Major J. Symington,
Alleghany Arsenal, Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh, Bvt. Major P. v. Hagner.
Frankfort Arsenal, .Do. Bridesburg, Brevet Col B. Hger.
Pikesville Arsenal, Maryland, Pikesville, Bvt. Major G. D. Ramsey.
Washington Arsenal, Dist. of Columbia, Washington,
Harper's Ferry Armory, Virginia, Harper's Ferry, Capt. A. B. Dyer.
Fort Monroe Arsenal, Do. Old Point Comfort, Capt. J. A. J. Bradford.
North-Carolina Arsenal, North-Carolina, Fayetteville, Capt. J. Gorgas.
Charleston Arsenal, South-Carolina, Charleston,
Augusta Arsenal, Georgia, Auigusta, Brevet Capt. J. L. Reno.
Mount Vernon Arsenal, Alabama, Mount Vernon,
Apalachicola Arsenal, Florida, Chattahoochee, First Lieut. W. R. Boggs.
Baton Rouge Arsenal, Louisiana, Baton Rouge,
Little Rock Arsenal, Arkansas, Little Rock, Major W. H. Bell.
St. Louis Arsenal, Missouri, St. Louis,
Detroit Arsenal, Michigan, Dearbornville,
Benicla Arsenal, California, Benicia, Capt. F. D. Callender.
Texas Arsenal, Texas, San Antonio, Capt. R. H. K. WhiteIey.
COMMANDERS OF SQUADRONS. (FLAG OFFICERS.)
Wm. J. McClumey, Home Squadron. UriahtP. Levy, Mediterranean.
Joshua R. Sands, Coast of Brazil. 0, i. Stribling, .East-Indies.
John B. Montgomery, Pacific Ocean. Inman, Coast of Africa.
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