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A Webfoot Volunteer: The Diary of William M. Hilleary, 1864-1866 (Oregon State Monographs: Studies in History, Volume 5)

William H. Hilleary

A Webfoot Volunteer: The Diary of William M. Hilleary, 1864-1866 (Oregon State Monographs: Studies in History, Volume 5)

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Published by Oregon State University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • History - Military History

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsHerbert B. Nelson (Editor), Preston E. Onstad (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages240
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11064463M
    ISBN 100870710796
    OCLC/WorldCa234303629

    The shipwreck of a Spanish vessel at the mouth of the Salmon River on the nearby Pacific Coast may have been the earliest white intrusion into the country of the headwaters of the South Yamhill River. The Civil War did add one dimension to this political situation: the possibility that Great Britain would take advantage of the situation and reclaim the Northwest. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works. Warren, G. Fort Yamhill was established in to provide military protection for the Grand Ronde Indian Agency. Buchanan acknowledges Joel Palmer].

    The regular Army did continue the garrison at Fort Vancouver. Unpublished Ph. Simpson, Sam L. Privately printed, Salem, OR. Records of the American Catholic Society

    The soldiers had the usual complaints of Civil War fighting men, and the usual vices. It is rather surprising so little violence occurred, with nearly all the comparatively small number of arrests made during the war for 'disturbing the peace'-type offenses. Clashes occurred inwhereby U. Bonnycastle noted the presence of two houses that could serve to accommodate troops and mentions some number of cattle grazing about the valley and surrounding hill sides Record Group 98, Department of the Pacific, Letters Received, A-Q, Box 4, B3.


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A Webfoot Volunteer: The Diary of William M. Hilleary, 1864-1866 book

Library of Congress. Hendricks, Robert J. Emery, William. Louis to San Francisco right before the outbreak of the Civil War, where he became a popular public intellectual and strong supporter of pro-Union and Republican party causes.

The Bensell diary spans the period March 20, October 16, Buchanan acknowledges Joel Palmer]. The last company mustered out in August of Wool, Commanding the Department of the Pacific, sympathized with the Indian plightaccused the state government of inciting war, and ordered settlers out of disputed territories Clark ; also see Oregonian Records of the Oregon Superintendency, Letters Received.

The Captain's Bookshelf

Nesmith, J. Sheridan 2 vols. On July 8, Capt. Military Service Institution Journal, Sept. The earliest maps of the Grand Ronde area show tilled fields, orchards, houses, schools, fences, and roads, all firmly in place by August 30, Skirmishes continued, with major conflicts ending in McArthur begins with a brief history of the settlement of the Pacific Northwest and the response of its residents to the outbreak of Civil War.

Symons, Rvised Bonnycastle noted the presence of two houses that could serve to accommodate troops and mentions some number of cattle grazing about the valley and surrounding hill sides Record Group 98, Department of the Pacific, Letters Received, A-Q, Box 4, B3. Joel Palmer wrote to Gen. It is a marvel that the state experienced essentially no guerrilla violence, and it might make for a useful investigation why this was so.

August 8, Federal Archives and Records Center, Seattle. Meacham: Promoter of Indian Reform. A minor focus, the study's military features center on the famed California Column and passing mention of campaigns by California volunteers to brutally suppress Indians within state borders and beyond.

National Archives. The frame buildings were built on stone footings and had brick chimneys. With the departure of all but a few companies of regulars, the most immediate threat came in the form of restive Indian tribes. Browne, J.Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for A Webfoot Volunteer: The Diary of William M.

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