Washington: Government Printing Office, 1873. 8pp, tables. Original printed blue wrappers [light foxing and age toning, light wear], stitched. Text lightly toned, some crimping and chipping of corners. Good+.
Assistant Adjutant General Thomas M. Vincent reports on the business of the Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen and Abandoned Lands. Thirteen offices are now open, including newly established ones at Fort Monroe, Virginia; Forts Macon and Johnston, North Carolina; Charleston, and Savannah.
Many claimants have moved since filing their claims, creating difficulties in making payments. Other snafus are noted. Capt. James McMillan, Chief Disbursing Officer, submits three pages of tables showing receipts and disbursements of "Pay, Bounty, Etc. due Colored Soldiers or their Heirs" for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1873.
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