George Everett (1833 - XXXX) was an American military officer. Everett originally enlisted in Company C, 148th New York Volunteers but then was mustered out of the New York Volunteers to fill a vacancy as an officer in the 38th Regiment U.S. Colored Infantry and joined the unit on April 21, 1864, in Norfolk, Virginia, and was commissioned as a 1st Lieutenant. For some time the 38th United States Colored Troops were stationed at Point Lookout, Maryland, where Everett published the Hammond Gazette, a weekly newspaper published for patients at the Hammond General Hospital, a Civil War era hospital the treated both Union wounded and Confederate prisoners of war. Everett was promoted to Captain September 21, 1865, and transferred with the regiment to Brazos Santiago, Texas, and served as Captain of Company D, 38th Regiment, U.S. Colored Infantry. Everett was discharged on January 25, 1867.

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