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    • Fort Mitchell

    • Fort Mitchell (Neb. : Fort); Scotts Bluff (Neb.); Cavalry pioneer troops; Watercolors
    • Depicts a military outpost known as Fort Mitchell, located west of Mitchell Pass. Established in 1864, the outpost was abandoned in 1867. Scotts Bluff is visible in the background.
    • Lieutenant Gabriel Field's head

    • Gabriel Field lieutenant 6th Infantry Fort Atkinson Council Bluffs Missouri river western expansion fur trade federal outpost Indians relations Calhoun Yellowstone expedition steamboat
    • Lt. Gabriel Field was one of the soldiers serving with the Sixth Infantry at Fort Atkinson when he died from a leg wound on April 8, 1823. Archeologists found Field's skeleton, and an anthropologist reconstructed his face. No other likeness of...
    • July 28, 1847 - The Sublette Rangers

    • Ingraham letter to brother July 1947 William Wilson Ingraham letters Fort Kearney Childs Platte river 1848 Manmade landmark Oregon Trail outpost sod buildings private soldier Missouri Mounted Volunteers Nebraska City
    • The letters of Pvt. William Wilson Ingraham to his brother in Peoria, Illinois, provide a word picture of life at both the original Fort Kearny on the Missouri River and new Fort Kearny on the Platte.
    • November 13, 1847 - Arriving at the Fort

    • Ingraham letter to brother November 1847 Kearney Childs Platte river 1848 Manmade landmark Oregon Trail outpost sod buildings private soldier Missouri Mounted Volunteers Nebraska City brother Peoria Illinois
    • Ingraham to his brother in Peoria, Illinois, provide a word picture of life at both the original Fort Kearny on the Missouri River and new Fort Kearny on the Platte.
    • January 22, 1848 - Description of the Fort

    • Ingraham letter to brother 1848 Kearney Childs Platte river 1848 Manmade landmark Oregon Trail outpost sod buildings private soldier Missouri Mounted Volunteers Nebraska City brother Peoria Illinois
    • Ingraham to his brother in Peoria, Illinois, provide a word picture of life at both the original Fort Kearny on the Missouri River and new Fort Kearny on the Platte.
    • March 18, 1848 - Sioux/Pawnee Battle

    • Ingraham letter to brother July 1947 William Wilson Ingraham letters Fort Kearney Childs Platte river 1848 Manmade landmark Oregon Trail outpost sod buildings private soldier Missouri Mounted Volunteers Nebraska City
    • The letters of Pvt. William Wilson Ingraham to his brother in Peoria, Illinois, provide a word picture of life at both the original Fort Kearny on the Missouri River and new Fort Kearny on the Platte.
    • April 14, 1848 - Spring Arrives

    • William Wilson Ingraham letters Fort Kearney Childs Platte river 1848 Manmade landmark Oregon Trail outpost sod buildings private soldier Missouri Mounted Volunteers Nebraska City
    • The letters of Pvt. William Wilson Ingraham to his brother in Peoria, Illinois, provide a word picture of life at both the original Fort Kearny on the Missouri River and new Fort Kearny on the Platte.
    • June 5, 1848 - To Grand Island

    • William Wilson Ingraham letters Fort Kearney Childs Platte river 1848 Manmade landmark Oregon Trail outpost sod buildings private soldier Missouri Mounted Volunteers Nebraska City
    • The letters of Pvt. William Wilson Ingraham to his brother in Peoria, Illinois, provide a word picture of life at both the original Fort Kearny on the Missouri River and new Fort Kearny on the Platte.
    • June 28, 1848 - Rumors of Peace

    • Ingraham letter to brother July 1947 William Wilson Ingraham letters Fort Kearney Childs Platte river 1848 Manmade landmark Oregon Trail outpost sod buildings private soldier Missouri Mounted Volunteers Nebraska City
    • The letters of Pvt. William Wilson Ingraham to his brother in Peoria, Illinois, provide a word picture of life at both the original Fort Kearny on the Missouri River and new Fort Kearny on the Platte.
    • July 12, 1848 - Waiting To Go Home

    • Ingraham letter to brother July 1947 William Wilson Ingraham letters Fort Kearney Childs Platte river 1848 Manmade landmark Oregon Trail outpost sod buildings private soldier Missouri Mounted Volunteers Nebraska City
    • The letters of Pvt. William Wilson Ingraham to his brother in Peoria, Illinois, provide a word picture of life at both the original Fort Kearny on the Missouri River and new Fort Kearny on the Platte.

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