Command of the Army Act

January 2009
Command of the Army Act;2009, p485
Primary Source Document
Presents the text of an appropriations measure for the US Army for the year ending June 30, 1868, approved by the US Congress on March 2, 1867. Appropriations for arsenals and other military establishments; Other purposes of the measure, including settling the status of the Army's top officer, the general of the army.


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