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This item contains the deposition of J.N.N. Schooler following an attack by Indians. In his deposition, Schooler explains that he and his companions were on the "Smoky Hill Overland Route Sixteen or Seventeen miles east of Fort Wallace" when 200 or more Cheyenne and Sioux attacked them. According to Schooler, four men were killed immediately and three were taken prisoner. Other details include the monetary value of items lost during the attack.

Creator: Schooler, J.N.N.
Date: June 16, 1867

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Item Number: 219930
Call Number: Misc. Farnsworth, H.W.
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 219930

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