Chronological list of actions, &c., with Indians from January 15, 1837 to January, 1891

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The list covering was first published as a memoranda by the Adjutant General's Office in hard cover book CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF ACTIONS WITH INDIANS FROM JANU TO JANUARYintro by Dale E. Floyd, Adjutant Generals Office, Old Army Press,6 x 9, 79 pages.

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Floyd. Each entry contains the following. Janu – Battle of Seattle – Native Americans attacked Seattle, Washington, as part of the Yakima War. The attackers are driven off by artillery fire and by Marines from the U.S.

Navy. February – Tintic War – A short series of skirmishes occurring in Tintic and Cedar Valleys of Utah, after the conclusion of the Walker War.

July 2, – Kidder Massacre – Cheyenne and Sioux Indians ambushed and killed a 2nd US Cavalry detachment of eleven men and an Indian guide near Beaver Creek in Sherman County, Kansas. August 1, – Hayfield Fight – Occurring near Fort C.F. Smith, Montana, Territory, the battle pitted a determined stand of 31 soldiers and civilians against more than Sioux and Cheyenne warriors.

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