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Carter Generations

Carter Patriots in the Union Army and Navy for emancipation numbered 863 in the Army and 59 who served in the Navy.  How many and which ones were brothers, cousins, fathers or uncles to who, we do not know but it is a certainty they or their fathers and mothers were related in the spiritual desire to be free of chattel slavery.  And, regretfully, an estimated 40 percent or more died for America's sins or put another way for the emancipation of "the least of us" and to save the Union for the people, of the people and by the people rather than prevailing financial interests opposing it.

1Carter, BeverlyUnionInfantry10th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry
2Carter, BeverlyUnionInfantry16th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry
3Carter, BeverlyUnionInfantry38th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry
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Side
Function
Regiment Name
1Carter, SamuelUnionInfantry1st Regiment, United States Colored Infantry
2Carter, SamuelUnionInfantry3rd Regiment, United States Colored Infantry
3Carter, SamuelUnionArtillery6th Regiment, United States Colored Heavy Artillery
4Carter, SamuelUnionInfantry14th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry
5Carter, SamuelUnionInfantry23rd Regiment, United States Colored Infantry
6Carter, SamuelUnionInfantry59th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry
7Carter, SamuelUnionInfantry61st Regiment, United States Colored Infantry
8Carter, SamuelUnionInfantry74th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry
9Carter, SamuelUnionInfantry96th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry
10Carter, SamuelUnionInfantry136th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry
11Carter, Samuel A.UnionArtillery6th Regiment, United States Colored Heavy Artillery
12Carter, Samuel B.UnionInfantry102nd Regiment, United States Colored Infantry
13Carter, Samuel T.UnionInfantry32nd Regiment, United States Colored Infantry
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Maj. General Joseph Carter

Major General Joseph C. Carter assumed duties as The Adjutant General of the MA National Guard in September 2007. Prior to that he served as Chief of Police for the MBTA Transit Police Dept. He is also a former Chief of Police for the Town of Oak Bluffs. As AG he is the Governor's senior military advisor responsible for ensuring the Guard forces are prepared to deploy worldwide in support of the National Defense Strategy. Serving under the AG are approx. 8000 soldiers, airmen, and full-time civilian employees throughout the Commonwealth.

MG Carter is a life member of the First Corps of Cadets and the NAACP. He is also affiliated with 21 other civic and military organizations, recently completing service as the elected President of the 21,000 member International Assoc. of Chiefs of Police. He is Board member emeritus of the AAHT.

Major General Joseph C. Carter assumed duties as The Adjutant General of the MA National Guard in September 2007. Prior to that he served as Chief of Police for the MBTA Transit Police Dept. He is also a former Chief of Police for the Town of Oak Bluffs. As AG he is the Governor's senior military advisor responsible for ensuring the Guard forces are prepared to deploy worldwide in support of the National Defense Strategy. Serving under the AG are approx. 8000 soldiers, airmen, and full-time civilian employees throughout the Commonwealth.

MG Carter is a life member of the First Corps of Cadets and the NAACP. He is also affiliated with 21 other civic and military organizations, recently completing service as the elected President of the 21,000 member International Assoc. of Chiefs of Police. He is Board member emeritus of the AAHT.

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