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United States. Army. Cavalry (85)

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United States. Army. Cavalry, 3rd. (77)

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Historical note: Photocopied materials collected by unknown researchers.

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United States. Army. Cavalry, 10th (64)

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United States. Army. Cavalry, 1st (45)

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United States. Army. Volunteer Cavalry, 1st (62)

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United States. Army. Cavalry, 2nd. (36)

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Frank J. North was organizer and commander of the Pawnee Scouts, a United States Army Unit of volunteer Pawnee Indians from Nebraska. From 1865 to 1877, the Pawnee Scouts served under North in Nebraska, Kansas, and Wyoming. Frank J. North was organizer and commander of the Pawnee Scouts, a United States Army Unit of volunteer Pawnee Indians from Nebraska. From 1865 to 1877, the Pawnee Scouts served under North in Nebraska, Kansas, and Wyoming.

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United States. Army. Cavalry Regiment, 7th (1866-present) (93)

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Led by George Armstrong Custer, the Seventh Cavalry surprised an encampment of Cheyenne near present-day Cheyenne, Okla., on Nov. 27, 1868. Known as the Battle of Washita, the conflict resulted in few cavalry casualties; among them was Capt. Louis M. Hamilton, who was killed as the attack commenced.

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United States. Army. Cavalry, 5th (28)

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Cavalry unit in the United States Army that participated in the campaigns against the Indians of the American West.

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Confederate States of America. Army. Cavalry (34)

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United States. Army. Cavalry Division, 1st (31)

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