The Origin, Progress, and Conclusions of the Florida War: To which is Appended a Record of Officers, Non-commissioned Officers, Musicians, and Privates of the U.S. Army, Navy, and Marine Corps, who Were Killed in Battle Or Died of Disease as Also the Names of Officers who Were Distinguished by Brevets, and the Names of Others Recommended ; Together with the Orders for Collecting the Remains of the Dead in Florida, and the Ceremony of Interment at St. Augustine, East Florida, on the Fourteenth Day of August, 1842
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