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reat Run — at Gainesville, 183; abandons Winchester, 371. Mine Run, Va., Gen. Meade's advance to, 399. minor conflicts-- Aiken, S. C., 704. Allatoona, Tenn., 639. Apache Pass, N. M., 24. Appomattox, Va., 743. Aransas Pass, Tex., 341. Arrow Rock, Ark., 453. Athens, Ala., 678. Bachelor's Cr'k, N. C., 533. Bailey's Creek, Va., 591. Batesville, Ark., 417. Baxter's Springs, I. T., 452. Bayou Fourche. Ark., 452. Bayou Metea, Ark., 451. Bean's Station, Tenn., 622. Bear River, Idaho, 455. Belleville. Ohio, 406. Benton, Miss., 696. Bentonville, Ark., 27. Bermuda Hundreds, 567. Beverly Ford, Va., 369. Beverly, W. Va., 727. Big Black, Miss., 309. Big Blue, Mo., 561. Big Creek, Ark., 554. Blakely, Ala., 723. Bloody Bridge, S. C., 533. Blooming Gap, Va., 108. Boonsboroa, Md., 203. Boydton Road, Va., 734. Boyle's Creek, Ala., 718. Brandy Station, Va., 319. Brashear City, La., 337. Bridgeport, Ala., 72. Bristow Station, Va., 395. Buckland's
present Indian campaign was terminated. Recent hostilities in Idaho may render it necessary to send a military expedition into that territory early in the spring. Department of the Pacific. This department has been most signally exempt from the evils of civil war, and consequently has enjoyed unexampled prosperity. Some thefts and robberies having been committed by roving bands of Indians on the overland stage route in January last, General Connor marched with a small force to Bear River, Idaho, where, on the twenty-sixth, he overtook and completely defeated them in a severe battle, in which he killed two hundred and twenty-four of the three hundred, and captured one hundred and seventy-five of their horses. His own loss in killed and wounded was sixty-three out of two hundred. Many of his men were severely injured by the frost. Since this severe punishment, the Indians in that quarter have ceased to commit depredations on the whites. Department of the Ohio. In Decem
Frederick H. Dyer, Compendium of the War of the Rebellion: Regimental Histories, California Volunteers. (search)
ement on Bear River, Utah, January 29, 1863. Expedition from Camp Douglass to Spanish Fork April 11-20. Spanish Fork Canon April 15. Duty in District of Utah till December, 1864. Expedition from Camp Douglass to Soda Springs, on Bear River, Idaho, May 5-30, 1863. At Camp Union, Sacramento, and in District of California from December, 1864, to muster out. Company I --Ordered to Los Angeles, Call., December 28, 1861. Expedition from Camp Latham to Antelope Creek April 5-18, 1 Fort Ruby, Nev., to Sierra Nevada Mountains November 22-27, 1862 (Co. F ). Skirmish on Bear River, Utah, January 26, 1863 (Co. K ). Engagement on Bear River January 29 (Co. K ). Expedition from Camp Douglass to Soda Springs, on Bear River, Idaho, May 5-30, 1863 (Co. H ). Duty at Camp Douglass, Camp Connor and in the District of Utah till July, 1866. Mustered out July 27, 1866. 4th California Regiment Infantry. Organized at Sacramento, Placerville and Auburn September t