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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 8. (ed. Frank Moore) 1 1 Browse Search
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monstrated against it. He condemned it, and for the purpose of protecting the colored men and organizing them for their work, requested me to take command of them, publishing the following order: circular. headquarters U. S. Forces, Cincinnati, Sept. 4, 1862. William M. Dickson is hereby assigned to the command of the negro forces from Cincinnati, working on the fortifications near Newport and Covington, and will be obeyed accordingly. By order of Major-General Lew. Wallace. T. C. Elston, Jr., A. D. C. Upon assuming the command, September fourth, I organized my staff, as follows: Timothy C. Day, Assistant Adjutant-General. J. Stacy Hill, Quartermaster. William Woods, Commissary. James Lupton, Volunteer Aid, Acting Camp Commandant. Jacob Resor, Jr., James W. Cossefield, John W. Hartwell, William J. Dickson, William H. Chatfield, Alexander Neave, David A. James, Volunteer Aids. I then proceeded to the fortifications where the colored forces were. I found