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General order number 15, issued by Major General Samuel Curtis and others

General order number 15, issued by Major General Samuel Curtis and others
Creator: Curtis, Samuel Ryan, 1805-1866
Date: October 23, 1864
This order states that General Order No. 54, which established martial law north of the Kaw River, has since been revoked now that the enemy has been driven south and the danger has been removed from the area.


Permits issued from Colonel R.N. Hershfield

Permits issued from Colonel R.N. Hershfield
Date: October 1864
Four permits listed for people to do business, including making beer for the use of the army, operating a ferry, employing named individuals, and continuing a functional military establishment.


R.N. Hershfield to his commanding officer

R.N. Hershfield to his commanding officer
Creator: Hershfield, R.N.
Date: October 20, 1864
A telegram from R.N. Hershfield to his commanding officer relaying information on General Blunt's encounter with Sterling Price at Lexington, Missouri.


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