Strike duty : Colorado National Guard, 1st Squadron Cavalry officers in Telluride. [1903 or 1904].

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Strike duty : Colorado National Guard, 1st Squadron Cavalry officers in Telluride. [1903 or 1904].

Views of Colorado National Guard 1st Squadron Cavalry officers taken at Telluride during the miners' strike. Troops were stationed there between November 1903 and February 1904. Those identified are: Major Zeth T. Hill, seated; left to right, Carleton A. Kelley (second), Samuel B. Scholz (fourth), Harry P. Gamble (sixth), William R. Eaton (seventh), Bulkley Wells(eighth) and Charles Greenwood (ninth) standing.

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Greenwood, C. T. (Charles Trevor)

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Colorado. National Guard. 1st Squadron Cavalry.

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Gamble, Harry P., 1870-1948.

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Kelley, Carleton A.

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Hill, Zeph T.

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Wells, Buckeley.

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Colorado. National Guard

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"Routt Rifles" was one of the units that made up the Colorado State Militia during the late 19th century. The unit was also known as Company E, First Regiment of the Colorado National Guard. In 1883, the company met for drill on Thursday evening of each week at the State Armory located between 1448 to 1454 Champa street at the corner of Fifteenth Street, Denver, Colo. From the description of Routt Rifles Muster Roll, 1881 Nov. 10. (Denver Public Library). WorldCat record id: 19969845...

Scholz, Samuel B.

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Eaton, William R.

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