ern Arizona, destroying Fort Breckinridge and the stores at that point, a large amount of grain and provisions at Tucson Mills, together with the buildings.
Fort Buchanan and all its contents, and other property, amounting in the aggregate to half a million of dollars.
The United States officers taken at the surrender of San Augustine Springs were the following:
Major Isaac Lindee, commanding; Captains Joseph H. Patten, M. R. Stevenson, Alfred Gibbs; First Lieutenants F. Ryan, David Hancock, Edward J. Brooks. Charles B. Stivors, A. H. Pluner, C. W. McHally; Second Lieutenants F. J. Crilly, Ed. L. Cressy; Assistant Surgeons J. C. McKee, C. H. Alden.
They had all been paroled, and were to leave by way of Santa Fe.
Col. John R. Baylor had issued a proclamation taking possession of Arizona in the name of the Confederate States of America, and establishing temporarily and until the action of Congress a form of government.
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