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By Gordon Davis

24 strange prints performed via the overdue Dallas artist Gordon Davis in the course of a 10 12 months interval from 1966 to 1976. initially commissioned through Bob Cowan of the Militaria store in Dallas. those have by no means earlier than been reproduced as prints. 17 masking Union troops and seven accomplice troops.

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On October 12, the army, after finding an Indian path through Maple Swamp, advanced to its 11th Camp. On October 13, the army camped at its 12th Camp, at the site of Fort Jefferson. On October 24, the army advanced to its 13th Camp. On October 30, the army advanced to its 14th Camp, also known as Camp Sulphur Springs. On 31 October, St Clair dispatched the 1st Infantry Regiment to protect an rk Kentucky militia deserters. advancing food supply convoy from Fo On November 2, the army advanced dd to its 15th camp, also known as Camp Mississinewa.

By noon, the horses had been retrieved. ” This detail from an 1891 print by Lucien C. Overpeck depicts Fort Hamilton. Shaped as an irregular rectangle about 1,000ft in circumference, it had four blockhouses. 1770–82) Horse trail reek St Clair’s army movement C amie Lor Indian movement Prior American movement 17 15th Camp 14 Mississinewa River 14th Camp 13 ater Rive r ek iver mi R Mia 13th Camp 12 Fort Jefferson 11 11th Camp rac sT ar’ rm Ha 10 Mad River G Stillw neville Cre ree Maple Swamp e 10th Camp 9 Peckuwe (1780) St Clair’s 2 9th Camp 8 Trace Wolf Creek Little 8th Camp r i Rive Miam N Oldtown (1779) 7 Twin Cree 5th Camp 9.

It carried enough flour to feed the army for two days. Half-rations of flour would continue. The levies in Captain Nicholas Hannah’s Company of the Virginia Battalion announced that, by their calculations, their time of service would expire in another two days. Other levies said that their terms would also end soon. Wednesday, October 19, was the tenth anniversary of Cornwallis’s surrender at Yorktown. There was, however, no celebration at the 12th Camp. St Clair’s gout was worse than ever. Butler was also ill.

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