The March of the Mounted Riflemen: First United States Military Expedition to Travel the Full Length of the Oregon Trail from Fort Leavenworth to Fort Vancouver, May to October, 1849, as Recorded in the Journals of Major Osborne Cross and George Gibbs and the Official Report of Colonel Loring
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Major Osborne Cross Frontispiece
March to Fort Kearny
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animals arrived august banks battle of Chapultepec battles of Contreras Bear river bluffs boats Brevet-major broken buffalo camp Captain Cascade cholera Colonel Loring Columbia river command commenced cottonwood creek crossing Dalles day's march early emigrants encampment entirely falls feet first-lieutenant five miles gallant and meritorious grass grazing Green river Hall Heitman hills Historical register horses Hudson's Bay company hundred Indians journey july june june 19 Kearny Laramie last night Leavenworth leaving Lieutenant Major Malheur river march 13 meritorious service Mexico Missouri river Mormon ferry morning Mounted Riflemen mules Nebraska Oregon City party plain Platte river pleasant prairie quartermaster rain range ravines reached regiment ridge Riflemen may 27 road rock route scenery second division second-lieutenant seen september short distance side Snake river soon South pass spring Sweetwater teams teamsters trail train traveled troops valley Vancouver vicinity wagons wind wood