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Record // of // engagements // with // hostile Indians // within the // Military division of the Missouri

United States. Army. Military Division of the Missouri.

Record // of // engagements // with // hostile Indians // within the // Military division of the Missouri

from 1868 to 1882, // Lieuntenant General P. H. Sheridan, // commanding.

by United States. Army. Military Division of the Missouri.

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Published by Headquarters Military division of the Missouri in Chicago .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Indians of North America -- Wars -- 1866-1895

  • Edition Notes

    Another edition was published the same year at Chicago, with the same number of pages, but with a different arrangement of type on the t.-p.

    Statement// Compiled from official records. //
    ContributionsSheridan, Philip Henry, 1831-1888.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE83.866 .U553
    The Physical Object
    Pagination120 p.
    Number of Pages120
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6917349M
    LC Control Number02015018
    OCLC/WorldCa4564687

    It includes entries for twelve wars and military engagements in which Missouri soldiers took part. These range from well-known wars, such as the War of , the Mexican War, the Spanish-American War, and World War I, to the battles that were peculiarly Missourian, including the Heatherly War of , the Mormon War of , and the Iowa (Honey. The number of Texas cattle driven over the trail increased from , in to , in Military escorts were furnished, if possible, when needed to aid in the protection of the herds from hostile Indians. In Col. J. J. Reynolds, commanding officer of the Department of Texas, reported that.

    P H. Sheridan and W.T. Sherman 5 75 Military Orders and Reports (printed): Record of Engagements with Hostile Indians within the Military Division of the Missouri from to by P.H. Sheridan (2 copies), 5 76 Accounts and Receipts: Form of Judge Advocate's Account with C.C. Augur, Matamoros, 5 77 Accounts and Receipts: Receipts. Within its limits were Forts Dodge, Lamed, Zarah, Wallace, Hays, Harker and Lyons. Downer's Station, Monument Station and “End-of-Track,” Union Pacific, Eastern Division, were also included. [49] From to the military division of the Missouri was commanded by Generals Pope, Sherman, and Sheridan in the order named.

    Missouri Mormon War. Gateway to state records concerning the Missouri-Mormon conflict, Includes finding aids and some digitized records. Missouri Soldier's Database: War of - WWI. Database presents the service cards of over , Missourians who served in twelve wars and military engagements in the 19th and early 20th centuries. Missouri military records available at the Missouri State Archives is summarized below. Search the Soldiers' Records: War of World War I. War of Alphabetical file containing information from muster rolls and military bounty land records reflecting, in most cases, period of service, place of muster-in, county of residence, and amount.


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Sheridan, Commanding. Chicago: Headquarters Military Division of the Missouri. U.S. House of Representatives. Difficulties with Indian Tribes. 41st Congress, 2nd session, House Executive. Camp Poplar River was established during the Indian wars in the Department of Dakota by U.S.

Army to maintain order, keep non-agency Indians away, and help capture the Indians who disturbed the peace and would not conform to reservation boundaries of the Fort Peck Agency, which inwas relocated to its present-day location in Poplar because the original agency.

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