World War I service record and patriotic activities of the people of Utica, New York

The introduction to an account of the World War I service record of the people of Utica, New York.

Account of the Utica military police, a body organized in April 1917 and "enlisted solely for service in the city." The police force was composed of men not likely to be called into service.

A discussion in the Utica report on the raging influenza epidemic plaguing America at the end of World War I. Influenza led to more deaths at the end of the war than there were battlefield fatalities during the war.

Listing of members of the Fatherless Children of France, a society established in 1915 by American women, aimed at aiding French children who were orphaned as a result of the war.

A list detailing the accomplishments of the Daughters of the British Empire in Utica from 1916-1919.

A description of the Daughters of the Empire State and a listing of the leaders of the Polish White Cross.
Identifier
NYSA_A0412-78_B14_F01_Utica_Introduction
Date
circa 1919
Language
English
Source
New York State Archives. New York (State). Education Dept. Division of Archives and History. World War I veterans' service data and photographs, 1917-1938. Series A0412-78, Box 14, Folder 1.
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Oneida County