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This illustration shows James Dunlavy, a private in Company D, Third Iowa Cavalry. It was printed in the book "Deeds Of Valor" edited by W. F. Beyer and O. F. Keydel. On October 25, 1864, Dunlavy is credited with capturing Confederate General Marmaduke at the Little Osage Crossing. At this engagement, General Pleasanton routed the Confederates, capturing 1,000 prisoners, military arms, ammunition, and Generals Marmaduke and Cabell.

Creator: Beyer, Walter F
Date: 1903

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Item Number: 316023
Call Number: GL 355.1 B468 Vol.1
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 316023

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