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Chapter 2: The war with Mexico my father enlists for the war elected captain of his company encounters young Lieutenant John A. Logan an intimacy for
hen it was found that volunteers were called for, as war had been declared with Mexico, astonishing numbers rushed into the towns to try to get on the rolls.
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As soon as father could get away, he came home to tell mother he was going to Mexico.
All was commotion in the home for many days following.
Father's company was nia were started.
Desirous of further adventure, many of those who had been to Mexico were wild to repeat their long march across the plains to California, my father of a large family, for whom mother and I had to care during father's absence in Mexico, and subsequently in California.
I can never forget the tremor which seized he still expected him to redeem his promise, made while they were soldiering in Mexico, to give Logan his daughter Mary in marriage when she was old enough.