Circular from Colonel Briggs to the Head Quarters CavalryBack
Circular from Colonel Briggs to the Head Quarters Cavalry
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Creator: Colonel Briggs
Subjects: Civil War, 1861-1865
Description: This circular to the Fort Collins Head Quarters warns the commanding officers that a possible attack by Native Americans will be made between the posts of Sulphur Springs and Virginia Dale within ten days. The document warns to, "keep men well in hand and vigilantly guard against any surprise," guard the horses, and for sentinals to be especially watchful at night.
Date: September 5, 1865
Original Format: Document
Resource Identifier: A004095.jpg
Collection Number: 00016 Edwin Havens papers
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Contributing Institution: Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections
Contributor: Timothy Killam
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