Stevens Post No. 1 was based in Seattle King County, Washington.  The map at the bottom of the page shows the exact location.

The Post namesake is Major General Isaac Ingalls Stevens (1818-1862), killed in action at the Battle of Chantilly, Virginia, on 1 September 1862. First territorial governor of the Washington Territory. 

The Post was chartered on 27 June 1878.  Associated with Stevens Corps No. 1, Woman's Relief Corps (WRC).

Fort Stevens in Clatsop County, Oregon was built in 1863-64 to defend the month of the Columbia River from the Confederates, British, and French. In 1865 it was named in honor of Isaac Stevens.

Namesake 

Isaac I. Stevens
Puget Sound Rangers, 

F&S79th New York Infantry &


U.S. Volunteers


Abbreviations used above: "Bty." is short for "Battery".  "Co." is short for "Company".  "F&S" is short for "Field and Staff". 

Note: This is not a complete cumulative roster of the Comrades (members) of this Post.  As additional Comrades are identified, they will be added.

If you find someone on this list who would qualify you for membership in one of our Camps or Auxiliaries, we have the documentation of his honorable service to the Union on file.

Membership inquiries can be directed to join@suvpnw.org and we will help you.