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History of Company E of the Sixth Minnesota Regiment of Volunteer Infantry
Alfred J. Hill
No preview available - 2008
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Page 20 - Breitenbach, for several months previous to the issuing of said writ, was legally mustered into the military service of the United States for three years, or during the war, and is still in said service as a captain in the One Hundred and Sixth Regiment, Pennsylvania volunteers.
Page 24 - ... expedition directed against the Sioux Indians. The march was taken up early on the morning of the 16th, and on the 26th day of June the forces encamped at the foot of Lake Traverse, a distance of 119 miles from Camp Pope. From this point a train was dispatched to Fort Abercrombie for supplies, the guard consisting of three companies of infantry, including Company H, of the Sixth Regiment, Captain [WK...
Page 49 - ... any man of the expedition. We lost four horses; all were greatly reduced and could hardly have endured another day's march without forage, The prairie was generally burned. Respectfully submitted, Wm, R. Marshall. Lieut. Col. Seventh Regt. Minn. Vols., Comdg. Detachment." Two-Wood Lakes referred to is probably the most eastern one of the two lakes now known as Twin Lakes, situated in Township 117 North, of Range 54 West, of Deuel County. The Dakota name is "Channonpa," and that of the western...