Washington Civil War Association "WCWA is committed to honoring our ancestors, both North and South, who fought in or lived during the American Civil War." Contact and Unit/State lists consists of UNION: Army of Columbia Fife and Drum Corp, Massachussetts, Maine, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Wisconin, US Cavalry, US Infantry, US Sharpshooters, US Medical, USS Tahoma Navy, USS Tahoma Marines; CONFEDERATE: Cobb's Battery, Confederate Engineers, CSA Medical Department, CSS Sumter Marines, Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia. Very well prepared page. Well worth checking.
RootsWeb's World Connect Project: CSA Veterans of Washington [State]
Washington State Military Links
History of Washington National Guard - beginning with the Washington Territorial Militia.
First Washington Infantry U.S. Volunteers - Spanish American War
Washington Department of Veterans Affairs
Washington Society of the Sons of the American Revolution.
- The first SAR chapter in Washington was organized in Spokane by Colonel J. Kennedy Stout
and others on February 1, 1894. New members always welcome. Are you connected?
The following 5 military cemeteries are provided by Robert E Crouch.Fort Lewis Cemetery, near Tacoma. (Note: I have problems getting there from this link, but it is also linked on the following sites.)
Fort Lawton Cemetery, or Old Fort Lawton, now in Discovery Park located in Seattle.
Fort Worden Cemetery, near Port Townsend.
Fort Stevens Post Cemetery, near Astoria, OR.
Vancouver Barracks, at Fort Vancouver.
His work gathering this information will be much appreciated by many researchers.
General U.S. Military Links
United Daughters of the Confederacy
- Robert E. Lee Chapter #885, Seattle, Washington
USIGS Military Collecton
Order of the Purple Heart
Purple Heart & other links
Daughters of the American Revolution
General Society Sons of the Revolution
Sons of the American Revolution
The Society of the Cincinnati, officers of the Continental Army and Navy who had served during the Revolution.
Daughters of the Republic of Texas, the Alamo.
Descendents of Mexican War Veterans
General Society of the War of 1812
Ladies of the Grand Army of the Republic
Women's Relief Corps of the Civil War
Sons of Confederate Veterans
Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War.
Daughters of Union Veterans of the Civil War.
Point Lookout Prisoner of War Organization, for Confederate soldiers.
Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States, MOLLUS, formed after death of Abraham Lincoln for officers of the Union forces.
The American Legion
Air Force Association (AFA)
Association of the United States Army (AUSA)
Disabled American Veterans (DAV)
Legion of Valor of the United States
Marine Corps League
The Navy League
Retired Officers Association (TROA)
Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW)