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" Richmond. These campaigns were made under southern suns and in the cold rains and not infrequent snow storms of southern winters. They were sometimes continued without intermission three or four days and nights in succession with only an occasional halt... "
A History of Dickinson County, Iowa: Together with an Account of the Spirit ... - Page 102
by Roderick A. Smith - 1902 - 598 pages
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John Brown Among the Quakers: And Other Sketches

Irving Berdine Richman - Indians of North America - 1894 - 239 pages
...occasional halt to give weary, foot-sore soldiers a chance to boil a cup of coffee. But I never, in these weary years, experienced a conflict with the elements that could be compared with that of the two nights and one day that I passed on the banks of Cylinder Creek." It was near this...
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Annals of Iowa

Samuel Storrs Howe, Theodore Sutton Parvin, Frederick Lloyd, Sanford W. Huff, Charles Aldrich, Edgar Rubey Harlan - Iowa - 1897
...four days and nights in succession, with only an occasional halt to give the weary, foot-sore soldier a chance to boil a cup of coffee. But I never in those...could be compared with the two nights and one day on Cylinder Creek. After crossing the creek on Monday morning, we went to the Shippey house, some two...
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ROSTER AND RECORD OF IOWA SOLDIERS

1911
...four days and nights in succession, with only an occasional halt to give the weary, foot-sore soldier a chance to boil a cup of coffee. But I never in all those weary years experienced a conflict with the elements that could be compared with the two...
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History of Emmet County and Dickinson County, Iowa: A Record of Settlement ...

Dickinson Co. (Ia - 1917
...army with which I was connected marched from Cairo to Chattanooga, from Chattanooga to Atlanta, and from Atlanta to the sea, from the sea through the...our breakfast. From this time forward no order of march was observed, but each man found his way home to suit himself. I followed down the river, in...
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