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Camps at Presidio Reservation in California

Camps at Presidio Reservation in California
Creator: Sutro Heights Gallery
Date: 1898
This is a photograph showing the 51st Iowa, 20th Kansas, 7th Calfornia, and 23rd Regulars camped at Presidio Reservation near San Francisco, California.


Fort Riley

Fort Riley
Date: Between 1860 and 1900
This north west view of Fort Riley, Kansas, depicts the post hospital and various other buildings. Ft. Riley was built in 1853 and was named after Major Bennett C. Riley, who had served on the first military escort on the Santa Fe Trail. Our catalog records estimate this photo was taken around 1860, but another credible source suggests the photograph dates sometime between 1887-1897, possibly 1896.


John Brown's battle at Harpers Ferry against citizen volunteers and militia

John Brown's battle at Harpers Ferry against citizen volunteers and militia
Creator: W.L. Erwin
Date: October 17, 1859
A postcard depicting John Brown's battle at Harpers Ferry against citizen volunteers and militia. It is addressed to Clara V. Francis, Kansas State Historical Society, Topeka, Kan., and postmarked September 14, 1908.


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