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The Civil War Archive; Union Regiments -- Washington
Civil War Rosters - Washington
Fort Lawton Cemetery Index, Seattle
Fort Lewis Cemetery, near Tacoma over 1,000 names
Fort Stevens Post Cemetery, near Astoria, OR Fort  Stevens Post Cemetery was established in May of 1868
Fort Worden Cemetery, near Port Townsend
Korean Conflict Casualty List
WW1 Draft Registration Cards 1917-1918 In 1917 and 1918, approximately 24 million men living in the US completed a World War I draft registration card. These registration cards represent approximately 98% of the men under the age of 46
San Juan Co. American and British Commanders, Pig War, San Juan Island, 1859-1874
Spanish American War;  First Washington Infantry U.S. Volunteers
Vancouver Barracks Cemetery, at Fort Vancouver  In the early 1850s, the post was known as Camp Vancouver, then Columbia Barracks, and was renamed Fort Vancouver in 1853
Vietnam Conflict Casualty List
Vietnam Veterans Memorial - Washington
Washington Civil War Pension Applications a part of the USGenWeb Archives Pensions Project
WWI Casualty lists "Tacoma News Tribune" 5 Nov 1918
World War One Service Records a collection of forms, photos and letters documents more than 275 soldiers from Spokane and neighboring towns who fought in the Great War



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