|Research correspondence regarding the following topics:|
|Description: ||Research correspondence regarding the following topics:
a. the activities of the hostile Sitting Bull band near Fort Peck in 1880.
b. the Reynolds-Crazy Horse battlefield.
c. corrections in Campbell’s map showing the location of the Wagon Box Fight, the Fetterman Fight, and Fort Phil Kearny.
d. Indian maneuvers prior to the Crook fight on the Rosebud Creek.
e. Indians located at the Fort Peck Agency in 1874.
f. Dr. James Ferguson’s account of how his father might have been with Gen. George A. Custer, had it not been for a promotion. Includes accounts of Fort Sisseton, Fort Hale, and Fort Bennett.
g. correspondence of Nelson G. Edwards regarding army life in the old West.
h. correspondence discussing an Indian engagement 40 miles south of Fort Connor (Fort Reno, Wyoming) in July, 1865.
i. correspondence from James S. Hutchins regarding the “six-pounder iron gun” used against the Indians on the Bozeman Trail, the fight with the Bozeman party in 1874 on the Rosebud, and comments on Chief Red End of Horn (He-intpa-luta) and High Back Bone.
|Collection: ||Campbell, Walter Stanley (1877-1957)|
|Document Location: ||Box 112, Folder 1|