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This item, compiled at Fort Wallace, Kansas, in September 1867, details the military and civilian casualties that resulted from encounters with "hostile" Indians near Fort Wallace, Kansas. Included is the soldier's name, rank, company, regiment, date of death, and the object that caused the wound.

Creator: Turner, Theophilus H., Dr., 1840-1869
Date: September 12, 1867

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Report of killed and wounded soldiers and citizens at, and in the vicinity of Fort Wallace, Kansas, by Indians since April 14, 1867. [South Fork of Smoky Hill River] - 1Report of killed and wounded soldiers and citizens at, and in the vicinity of Fort Wallace, Kansas, by Indians since April 14, 1867. [South Fork of Smoky Hill River] - 2Report of killed and wounded soldiers and citizens at, and in the vicinity of Fort Wallace, Kansas, by Indians since April 14, 1867. [South Fork of Smoky Hill River] - 3Report of killed and wounded soldiers and citizens at, and in the vicinity of Fort Wallace, Kansas, by Indians since April 14, 1867. [South Fork of Smoky Hill River] - 4

Report of killed and wounded soldiers and citizens at, and in the vicinity of Fort Wallace, Kansas, by Indians since April 14, 1867. [South Fork of Smoky Hill River] - 1

Item Number: 219375
Call Number: Indian History Coll. #590 Box 1 Folder Depredations
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 219375

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