United States, World War I American Expeditionary Forces - Seventy-Seventh Division
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- 1 Seventy-Seventh Division - National Army
- 2 Training
- 3 Overseas Service
- 4 Major Operations
- 5 Military Units attached to the Seventy-Seventh Division
- 6 Unit Histories
- 7 Casualties and Replacements
- 8 FamilySearch Resources
- 9 Related Websites
- 10 Reference Sources
Seventy-Seventh Division - National Army[edit | edit source]
- Nickname: Metropolitan Division
- Native Americans Serving with the Seventy-Seventh Division. NARA NAID 34394258
- American Expeditionary Forces. 77th Division. Lost Battalion. 10/1918-10/1918
- Order of Battle of the United States Land Forces in the World War. American Expeditionary Forces. Division. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1931
- Pigeon Message from Major Whittlesey to the Commanding Officer of the 308th Infantry NAID 595541
Training[edit | edit source]
Troops Drawn[edit | edit source]
Selective Service (Draft) New York City and vicinity
Training Camp in the United States[edit | edit source]
Overseas Service[edit | edit source]
- Date landed in France: April I7-May 12. 1918.
- French training area: Pas de Calais, Camp de Souge.'
- Date entered line: Aug. 11-12, 1918. Baecarat Sector.
- Days in Quiet (47) and Active (66) Sectors. Total 113.
- Date sailed for home: April 17, 1918.
Major Operations[edit | edit source]
- Champagne-Marne Defensive.
- Aisrte-Marne Offensive.
- St. Mihiel.
- Battle Participation of Organizations of the American Expeditionary Forces pp. 28-30
- Summaries of Operations 77th Division
- 77th Division Maps
Military Units attached to the Seventy-Seventh Division[edit | edit source]
153rd Infantry Brigade
- 305th Infantry
- 306th Infantry
- 305th Machine Gun Battalion
154th Infantry Brigade
- 307th Infantry
- 308th Infantry
- 306th Machine Gun Battalion
152nd Field Artillery Brigade
- 304th Field Artillery
- 305th Field Artillery
- 306th Field Artillery
- 302nd Trench Mortar Battery
- 304th Machine Gun Battalion
- 302nd Engineers
- 302nd Field Signal Battalion
- HQ Troop
- 302nd Train HQ and Military Police
- 302nd Ammunition Train
- 302nd Supply Train
- 302nd Engineer Train
- 302nd Sanitary Train (Ambulance Companies and Field Hospitals 305-308
Unit Histories[edit | edit source]
- History of the Seventy-Seventh Division, August 25, 1917 November 11, 1918:designed and written in the field- France. New York,New York: The 77th Division Association, 1919.
- Arthur McKeogh.The Victorious 77th Division in the Argonne Fight (New York's Own)in the Argonne Fight. New York: john E. Eggers Co.,1919
- James H. Howard. The Autobiography of a Regiment: a history of the 304th Field Artillery in the World War. New York, 1920
- Joseph Glass, et. al. The Story of Battery D 304th Field Artillery September 1917 to May 1919. the Author, 1919
- Gilbert H. Crawford. The 302nd Engineers, a history. New York?: s.n.,1920
Casualties and Replacements[edit | edit source]
- Battle Casualties 6 April 1917 - 11 Nov 1918: 10,194
- Replacements: 12,728
- Strengths 13 Nov 1918:24,308
FamilySearch Resources[edit | edit source]
Related FamilySearch Historical Record Collections[edit | edit source]
- United States World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
- United States, Veterans Administration Master Index, 1917-1940
- United States, World War I American Expeditionary Forces Deaths, 1917-1919
- United States, Enlisted and Officer Muster Rolls and Rosters, 1916-1939
Related FamilySearch Wiki Articles[edit | edit source]
- Beginning United States World War I Research
- United States World War I Infantry Divisions
- World War I American Expeditionary Forces Table of Organization, 1917-1919
- World War I United States Military Records, 1917 to 1918
Related Websites[edit | edit source]
- The National WWI Museum and Memorial Kansas City, MO.
- United States World War One Centennial Commission