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The Seat of war in New England, by an American volunteer, with the marches of the several corps sent by the Colonies towards Boston, with the attack on Bunkers-Hill.

His Majesty's ship Liverpool, being hauled off from the wharf, it is expected and ordered, that every man absent from her, do immediately repair on board, or they will be apprehended at Defertes. Ten volunteer seamen wanted for the above ship He

I. A. Cole, et al to Thomas Jefferson, July 23, 1807, Volunteer Troops

To the "Natchez Volunteer Rifle Corps." Attention! ... Our late brave and beloved Chief the immortal Jackson, it is understood, is approaching near our city on his way to Tennessee, and it is confidently believed, that the "Natchez, Volunteer Ri

The Volunteer

[Unidentified member of the Calwater Grays, a company of the 1st Regiment of Artillery of the Pennsylvania Volunteer Militia, half-length portrait, seated, facing front, wearing uniform]

[Flag of the Richland Volunteer Rifle Company]

Springfield Illinois Zouave Greys to Abraham Lincoln, [December 1860] (Volunteer to accompany Lincoln to Washington)

A Union Volunteer

[Portrait of Sgt. James W. Travis, 38th Illinois Volunteer Infantry, U.S.A.]

Review of the Mass. volunteer militia, at Concord, Sept. 9, 1859, by his excellency (commander in chief) Nathaniel P. Banks / Endicott & Co., lith.

Volunteer militia and eastern army guide. One hundred and fifty miles around Richmond.

[Unidentified soldier in Confederate Virginia volunteer uniform with bayoneted musket]

[Unidentified soldier in Union uniform and Ohio Volunteer Militia belt buckle]

[Two unidentified soldiers in Union uniforms and Ohio Volunteer belt buckles with bayoneted muskets]

[Colonel Harrison Allen (1835-1904) of Warren County, Pennsylvania, 151st Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry]

[Unidentified soldier in Ohio Volunteer Militia uniform with bedroll and musket]

[Private William V. Haines of Company H, 49th Ohio Infantry Regiment, in uniform and Ohio Volunteer Militia belt buckle with drum]

The Ordnance armory, Charleston, S.C. - the volunteer troops trying the arms - from a sketch by our special artist now in Charleston, S.C.

[Unidentified soldier in Union uniform and Ohio Volunteer Militia belt buckle with bayoneted musket]

Union Volunteer Refreshment Saloon of Philadelphia / J. Queen, del. & lith. ; T. Sinclair's Lith., 311 Chestnut St. Phila.

[Unidentified soldier in Union uniform of the 119th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry, wearing the belt buckle of the Philadelphia Reserve Brigade]

Sumter Light Guards, Company K, 4th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry, CSA. April 1861

The ordnance armory, Charleston, S.C. - the volunteer troops trying the arms / from a sketch by our special artist now in Charleston, S.C.

[Unidentified soldier in Union uniform and Company H cap with bayoneted musket, cap box, and Volunteer Maine Militia (VMM) belt buckle in front of American flag]

Review of the volunteer troops in Fort Moultrie, on Sullivan's Island, Charleston Harbor, S.C., in the presence of Mrs. Pickens and Miss Pickens, the wife and daughter of the governor of South Carolina / from a sketch by our special artist now in Charleston.

Citizens Volunteer Hospital Association of Philadelphia cor. of Broad St. & Washington Ave.

Union Volunteer Refreshment Saloon and Hospital / J. Queen del. & lith.

"The forlorn hope" - volunteer storming party, consisting of portions of the 7th Michigan and 19th Massachusetts, crossing the Rappahannock in advance of the Grand Army, to drive off the Rebel riflemen, who were firing upon the Union pontoniers, Wednesday, December 10 / from a sketch by our special artist, Henri Lovie.

Cooper shop volunteer refreshment saloon

Letter from Abraham Lincoln announcing the draft of 1,968 from New Hampshire.

[Interior and exterior views of the Union Volunteer Refreshment Saloon hospital, southwest corner of Washington and Swanson avenues, Philadelphia]

Citizens Volunteer Hospital - corner of Broad St. and Washington Ave. / drawn & lith. by James Queen, Philada.

[Soldiers from the 134th Illinois Volunteer Infantry drilling at Columbus, Kentucky]

[Soldiers from the 134th Illinois Volunteer Infantry playing cards at Columbus, Kentucky]

[Bayoneted rifles on racks at arsenal of 134th Illinois Volunteer Infantry, Columbus, Kentucky] / From Carbutt's Garden City Photographic Gallery. 131 Lake Street, Chicago.

The United States Volunteer Service.

Marsh, Hon. Benjamin Franklin of Ill. enlisted in Regt. Ill. later Colonel 16th Ill. Volunteer Infantry

At a meeting of the Union Volunteer Refreshment Committee on the 19th of April 1865, the following preamble and resolutions were adopted.

Citizens Volunteer Hospital Association of Philadelphia Instituted September 5th 1862 / / from nature Jas. Queen.

At a meeting of the Union Volunteer Refreshment Committee on the 19th of April 1865, the following preamble and resolutions were adopted.

Clark, Hon. Rush of Iowa (Aided in the organization of volunteer regiments from Iowa during the Civil War)

The celebrated trotting horse Gloster by volunteer, dam by Stockbridge Chief: Winner of the first prize in the $6,000 purse, for 2:20 horses, at Rochester, N.Y. Aug. 14th 1874

Columbus, Ohio, August 12, 1880. To the of the United States: We, the undersigned, late soldiers of the 46th Regiment Ohio Volunteer infantry, respectfully represent that to our knowledge Col. Worthington of that regiment was never chargeable wi

Wreck of the Volunteer

The National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers. Central Branch, Ohio. Memorial Day, Friday, May 30th, 1884. Under the auspices of Veteran Post No. 5, Department of Ohio, Grand Army of the Republic, National Home for D. V. S., Ohio ... [Centra

Volunteer march [from] The Army chaplain

Rigging the Volunteer at Lawley's

Volunteer

The Volunteer, trial trip, under way

Volunteer turning S.H. [i.e. Sandy Hook] Lightship, Sept. 27, 1887

Volunteer, trial trip, weighing anchor

Volunteer

Agnes and Volunteer

Volunteer

Volunteer

Volunteer

Volunteer

Volunteer

The Volunteer, Goelet Cup Race, August 7, 1891

Gracie [and] Volunteer foul

Eastern branch national home disabled volunteer soldiers. Togus, Kennebec County, Maine. 1891 / sketched and drawn by Wm. H. Prince, Togus, Me.

Iroquois [and] Volunteer

Gracie [and] Volunteer foul

Gracie [and] Volunteer foul

Volunteer

Navahoe and Volunteer

Volunteer

Volunteer

Volunteer

[Yachts Defender, Jubilee and Volunteer with bows to left]

[Staff of the 1st US Volunteer Regiment, the "Rough Riders" in Tampa]

[Company D, 8th Illinois Volunteer Regiment]

13th Minn. Volunteer regiment being reviewed by Pres. McKinley on their return from the Philippines

Armenian volunteer soldier, with gun

Ada Francke, Stephanie Rasmus, Helen, Frothingham, Marg. MacMillan, Mrs. John R. Gibbs, Mrs. Louis Carreau, Mrs. Franl L. Hole, Alice Bowker (volunteer)

A volunteer crew wanted / J.S. Pughe.

Mexico. A Peon volunteer

Mexico - a peón volunteer [standing in front of wall and holding a rifle]

Nat'l Volunteer Emergency Ass'n

Council of National Defense: Insignia for Volunteer Medical Service Corps

Doctor, U.S. Volunteer. L.S. Corps

Nat'l Volunteer Emergency Ass'n

Volunteer of 15, from Brandenburg

Royal Naval Canadian Volunteer Reserve Overseas Division wants men ages 18 to 38. Seamen & stokers. Join to-day

Volunteer Fire Dept., Lake Huntington, N.Y.

Examining teeth of naval volunteer

Volunteer, and choose your own branch of the service - Uncle Sam / Arthur N. Edrop.

Success in war - depends on co-operation and good feeling between the captains and privates in our volunteer, wage-paid American industrial army now stationed at - Fort Factory

Senator Rice W. Means, of Colorado, who just been awarded a Silver Star citation for gallantry in action merited in 1898, by the War Department. Senator Means, formerly a Lieutenant Colonel of Infantry, merited the decoration as a second Lieutenant of Company E, first Colorado Volunteer Infantry, when on August 9th and 10th 1898, regardless of personal risk he conducted a "bold and daring" reconnaissance which developed important information

U.S. Senator honored for war service. Secretary of War Weeks pinning the Distinguished Service Medal on Senator Rice W. Means, of Colorado, for gallantry in action in the Spanish-American war. Senator Means earned the decoration in 1898, when a Second Lieutenant of the 1st Colorado Volunteer Infantry. In the group, (left to right) Maj. Gen. John L. HInes, Ch.. of Staff, Secretary Weeks, Senator Means and Mrs. Means

Palestine events. The 1929 riots, August 23 to 31. Squad of British volunteer police on David Street in Old City

Volunteer queue outside government offices, waiting to register, mixed group, mostly Arabs

Volunteer queue outside government offices, waiting to register, mixed group, mostly Arabs

Volunteer queue outside government offices, waiting to register, mostly Jews

A volunteer of the Red Cross Motor corps, at the loading of the Gripsholm, painting the destination on boxes of clothing, food etc. for prisoners of war in Japan and the Far East.

Smalltown volunteer fire department at work. Aledo, Illinois

FIRST LADY CUTS BIRTHDAY CAKE FOR 'GRAY LADIES.' WASHINGTON, D.C. MAY 21. THE GRAY LADIES OF WALTER REED HOSPITAL, A VOLUNTEER NURSING SERVICE STARTED DURING THE WORLD WAR, TODAY CELEBRATED THE 20TH ANNIVERSARY OF THEIR FOUNDING WITH MRS. ROOSEVELT PERFORMING THE HONOR OF CUTTING THE BIRTHDAY CAKE. IN THE PHOTOGRAPH, L TO R: MRS. ROOSEVELT; GEN. WALLACE DE WITT, COMMANDING GENERAL, ARMY MEDICAL CENTER AT WALTER REED HOSPITAL; MISS MARGARET H. LOWER

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

First aid class for members of volunteer fire department. Greenhills, Ohio