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Record Group Number: 000171
Series/Collection Number: .S 1344
Creator: Florida. Military Dept.
Title, Dates: Summary of Florida veterans of World War I, 1925.
Amount: 3.00 v.
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Organization/Arrangement: Alphabetical by county, then arranged by branch of service, then by rank, then by race, then by status (whether discharged unhurt, killed, or wounded), then alphabetical by last name.
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Summary:     This series contains a summary of the citizens of Florida who served in the armed forces of the United States during World War I from 1916 to 1920.  It lists the name, race, period served, the branch served in, ranks attained, those killed or wounded, and any awards or citations earned.
    The first volume contains both state and county statistical summaries of how many officers and enlisted served in the Army, Navy, or Marine Corps, and the number of dead and wounded or deserted.  The Army statistics are given for whites and blacks in each category.  The Marine Corps and Navy did not commission or enlist non-whites at this time.  The listings for the counties include name, race, rank if an officer, branch of service, place of residence and period of service.  The summaries were created by the staff of the Dept. during a project in 1925.
Finding Aids: Volume listing available.
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Subject Access Fields: Veterans Florida
World War, 1914-1918.
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