The Genealogy Center >> Our Military Heritage >> World War I

History of Battery "C," 148th Field Artillery, American Expeditionary Forces
by Paul Milton Davis (Colorado Springs, Colo.: Out West, c1919)
ACPL Call Number GC 940.410 AA1DP

Contents:
Title Page
Killed in Action
Died in Service
Our Wounded
Cited in Action
Our Record
The 148th Field Artillery
Our Lieutenants
The 155mm Filloux Gun
American Red Cross
Days at Camp Baldwin
Salvation Army
Troop "C" at Clackamas
The YMCA
Days at Camp Greene
Football
Days at Camp Mills
Days at Camp Merritt
Indoor Sports
Calendar 1918-1919
Days at Cap de Souge
Calendar (continued)
Days at Castillon
Calendar (continued)
Cooties
Calendar (continued)
Army Chow
Beds We Have Slept In
Making Good at Home
Personal Sidelights
Past Officers of "C" Battery
Former "Bucks" of Battery "C"
Past Members of "C" Battery

Searching:

Keyword(s):

  • Searching George Washington will find pages with George OR Washington (not necessarily both)
  • Searching George +Washington will find pages with both George AND Washington
  • Searching "George Washington" (including the quotes) will find pages with the exact phrase George Washington

The Genealogy Center - Providing genealogical and historical information about Allen County, Indiana, the United States, and beyond.
Questions about military history & genealogy? Contact Genealogy@ACPL.Info. Questions about this site? Contact cwitcher@ACPL.Info.
© 2004-2017, The Genealogy Center.      This site last updated 9 December 2017.