Military Record of Events, Camp Pilot Butte, Wyoming, November 8, 1885

Transcription: In compliance with S.O. #91 Headquarters Department of the Plat. September 14 1885 Company "A' 21" Infantry (two (2) officers and thirty three (33) men [illegible] at this Camp for duty October 21 1885. In pursuance of Special orders no 103 Headquarters Dept. of the Platte, October 15, 1885, the following movements of troops were made from this Camp. Company "C" 9" Infantry and proceeded to [illegible] station Fort D.A. Russell, Wyo. October 19. Companies "A" and "C" 21" Infantry to Fort Sidney, Nebraska October 21. Companies "G" 9" Infantry and "D" and "H" 21" Infantry to Fort Bridger, Wyo. October 22 1885. The remaining Companies "B" and "E" 7th Infantry have performed the usual Camp and guard duty during the month."

Resource Identifier
Robert B. Rhode papers, Collection No. 10453, Box 2, Folder 16, American Heritage Center, University of Wyoming
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