Historic California Militia and National Guard Units
Little York Union Guard

Military Unit Designation:
Date of Organization: June 23, 1863
Date of Disbanding:
December 19, 1867
Inclusive dates of units papers:
Geographical Location or Locations:
You Bet, Nevada County

Unit papers on file at the California State Archives:

a. Organization Papers 1 document (1863)
b. Bonds 2 documents (1864-1866)
c. Correspondence (Unclassified letters) 18 documents (1863-1867)
d. Election Returns 4 documents (1864-1866)
e. Exempt Certificates, Applications for none
f. Muster Rolls, Monthly returns 16 documents (1864-1867)
g. Oaths Qualifications 60 documents (1866)
h. Orders none
i. Receipts, invoices 3 documents (1864-1866)
j. Requisitions 3 documents (1863-1866)
k. Resignations 1 document (1865)
l. Target Practice Reports none
m. Other Public Property, 1 document (1866)

Extracts from and link to Official History:

"This company was reorganized on August 7, 1866, and became a part of the Fifth Battalion of Infantry of the Fourth Brigade, and was designated as Company C, Little York Union Guard." Outline History of the California National Guard, Vol. 2, #198.


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