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- Agency history of the Virginia War Office
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- The war office was created by an act of the General Assembly at its May 1780 session, to replace the Board of War, which was abolished. The War Office itself was abolished by an act of the General Assembly passed in the October 1782 session.
- The War Office was created to oversee recruits' vouchers, officers' commissions, returns from county lieutenants, military claims to land warrants, and pension certificates.
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