Statement of General Buell's Scout,
Identifier: AC 227-P
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The broadside, from the Army and Navy Journal of April 16, 1881, entitled "Statement of General Buell's Scout", contains two articles: the first one, by John Conline, concerns an expedition from Fort Stanton, New Mexico to the Sacramento and Guadalupe mountains in search of Indians; and the second, by George H. Kinzie, concerns an altercation between Mexican sheepherders and Indians near La Luz, New Mexico. The United States Army established and maintained Fort Stanton, New Mexico in an effort to quell Indian troubles.
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