ⓘ Department of the Columbia


ⓘ Department of the Columbia

On July 27, 1865 the Military Division of the Pacific was created under Major General Henry W. Halleck, replacing the Department of the Pacific, consisting of the Department of the Columbia replacing the District of Oregon that now consisted of the state of Oregon and the territories of Washington and Idaho and the expanded Department of California.

The Department was in the Boise area, 1865-67 and district Owyhee, 1867-69, who fought in the war of the snake.

Military district of Alaska was formed under the Department of Colombia in 1867, after the sale of Alaska. March 18, 1868, the army established the Department of Alaska in the Pacific division. The Department of Alaska was discontinued on July 1, 1870, and Alaska again was consumed by a Department of Colombia.

In June 1875, part of the territory of Idaho which lie East of the extension of Western boundary of Utah, including Fort Hall, was detached from the management of Columbia and added to the Department of the Platte.

When the military division of the Pacific was discontinued on 3 July, 1891. Each of its three subordinate departments, including the Department of the Columbia, then reported directly to the Department of war.

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