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First Lieutenant William Wallace Robinson, Jr, Adjutant, 2nd Battalion, 7th Cavalry


They turned like a flash of lightning almost, throwing off their blankets, all of them grasping their rifles, and fired a volley into the men to the direction of the battery. At forty-four years of age, First Lieutenant William W. … Continue reading

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Father Francis M. J. Craft – Missionary Wounded in Battle


Just as the tree can be traced from its smallest branches to its root, just so all this Indian trouble can be traced through all its phases to its true cause, starvation, abject misery, and despair, the cause of which is … Continue reading

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Second Lieutenant Thomas Quinton Donaldson, C Troop, 7th Cavarly


One of these bucks I took a rifle from; he was lying under a squaw’s blanket with her, and had evidently tried there to shield himself while firing ; both were dead. Lieutenant T. Q. Donaldson was one of the youngest … Continue reading

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