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"Delaware Indians Acting as Scouts for the Federal Army in the West."

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Identifier: P0084-1277

Title: "Delaware Indians Acting as Scouts for the Federal Army in the West."

Description: Print of several men around a campfire with tents in the background. All of the men have feathers in their hats. "DELAWARE INDIANS ACTING AS SCOUTS FOR THE FEDERAL ARMY IN THE WEST." (printed below image). Descriptive paragraph printed below image. Print of large camp. "GATHERING OF FREMONT'S TROOPS ON THE PRAIRIE, NEAR TIPTON, MO., ON THE EVE OF ITS DEPARTURE IN PUSUIT OF GENERAL PRICE." (printed below image). Print of men on a hill in the foreground watching Union soldiers unload from a train in the background. Capital building is also visible in the background. "JEFFERSON CITY, CAPITAL OF MISSOURI-THE ARRIVAL OF GENERAL FREMONT'S DIVISION, SEPTEMBER 26TH, 1861. - FROM A SKETCH BY OUR ARTIST WITH GENERAL FREMONT'S DIVISION." (printed below image). Descriptive paragraph printed below image.

Rights:

Place: United States

Dates: 1861-1865

Type(s): Wood Engraving
Image

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Subjects: Delaware Indians
scouts
federal army
Civil War, 1861-1865
Newspapers
campfire
troops
Soldiers
Tipton
General Price
camp
Hats
feathers
Armed Forces
Men
Indians of North America

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