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L. P. Brockett, The camp, the battlefield, and the hospital: or, lights and shadows of the great rebellion 32 2 Browse Search
John Harrison Wilson, The life of Charles Henry Dana 4 0 Browse Search
Waitt, Ernest Linden, History of the Nineteenth regiment, Massachusetts volunteer infantry , 1861-1865 2 0 Browse Search
Robert Underwood Johnson, Clarence Clough Buell, Battles and Leaders of the Civil War. Volume 3. 1 1 Browse Search
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s. 97. the scout and the Bloodhound. 98. Old Bradley and his daughter. 99. Bringing home the cows. 100. old Burns, the hero of Gettysburg. 101. the rescue. 102. the country must be saved if it takes every Chicken in the Confederacy. 103. I'll give you so much for them 'ere sick fellows in the hospital. narratives of spies, scouts, and detectives. Moore and Blue, the Kansas Scouts ............................. 11 A Nameless Spy ..................................... ......... 26 Corporal Pike, Scout and Ranger . ....... .............. .......... 34 A Female Scout and Spy ....................................... 66 Adventures of Harry Newcomer, a Scout and Spy in the Army of the Cumberland............................................ 73 Pauline Cushman, the Celebrated Union Spy and Scout of the Army of the Cumberland ................................... 100 Keller or Killdare, one of the Scouts of the Army of the Cumberland. 131 A Daring Scout and Spy .........................
s. 97. the scout and the Bloodhound. 98. Old Bradley and his daughter. 99. Bringing home the cows. 100. old Burns, the hero of Gettysburg. 101. the rescue. 102. the country must be saved if it takes every Chicken in the Confederacy. 103. I'll give you so much for them 'ere sick fellows in the hospital. narratives of spies, scouts, and detectives. Moore and Blue, the Kansas Scouts ............................. 11 A Nameless Spy ..................................... ......... 26 Corporal Pike, Scout and Ranger . ....... .............. .......... 34 A Female Scout and Spy ....................................... 66 Adventures of Harry Newcomer, a Scout and Spy in the Army of the Cumberland............................................ 73 Pauline Cushman, the Celebrated Union Spy and Scout of the Army of the Cumberland ................................... 100 Keller or Killdare, one of the Scouts of the Army of the Cumberland. 131 A Daring Scout and Spy .........................
enture led them to Santa Fe, where, some of the party getting themselves into a difficulty, a hasty flight northward became necessary. Procuring a Mexican boro (jackass), and loading him with a few crackers and their personal effects, they set out for Fort Union, one hundred miles distant. Here they procured a mule, and crossed over to Bent's Fort, where they joined the Kiowa Expedition, under Major Sedgwick. Returning from this, they proceeded to Camp Floyd, and thence across Kiowa Pass to Pike's Peak, where they jumped a claim, and went to mining. Here they spent the summer, and in the fall hired to Joe Doyle, a Mexican trader and ranchero, to go down the Waifoma river and oversee his peons and take charge of his herds. Remaining all winter on his ranch, they went again next spring to Leavenworth, and hired as riders to the California Overland Express Company, in which business they remained until the outbreak of the rebellion. With the prospect of active service, they could
Corporal Pike, scout and ranger. Whether we consider the length of time during which he was ein acquiring a knowledge of cavalry drill, Corporal Pike and the rest of his company were mustered ewd a judge of character not to discern quickly Pike's qualifications for the secret service; and be. The army being safely in Bowling Green, Corporal Pike explored the adjacent region, and arrestedory to a movement upon that town, and sent Corporal Pike to perform that service-one of great diffi large body of rebel soldiers not far off. Corporal Pike requested the lieutenant to return to Murfarmy on Chattanooga had now commenced, and Corporal Pike was sent by General Stanley as a scout to marches and skirmishes which preceded it, Corporal Pike was actively employed as a scout, and was ay his carbine on the bed, when his wife caught Pike's arm, and with a sudden jerk destroyed his aimred more dangers, hardships, and risks, or surmounted them more gallantly than Corporal James Pike.[4 more...]