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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]

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


Report of soldiers and citizens killed and wounded at or near Fort Dodge, Kansas by Indians, since April 14/67.

Report of soldiers and citizens killed and wounded at or near Fort Dodge, Kansas by Indians, since April 14/67.
Creator: Third United States Army Infantry
Date: September 12, 1867
This item, compiled at Fort Dodge, Kansas, in the late summer of 1867, details the number of causalities due to encounters with "hostile" Indians from April 20, 1867 to September 12, 1867. The document lists where the incident occurred, as well as what the soldiers were doing when the incident occurred.


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