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Chapter 9: The march to camp Moonlight Captain Mefford, Sixth Kansas cavalry, defeats Livingston's band grass sufficient for grazing purposes about Fort Gibson supply train reinforced a bushwhacker killed near camp the people should be better informed by proclamation of the Federal purposes officers for the Four
tributed largely to the success of our campaign in this section last winter.
Captain David Mefford, Sixth Kansas cavalry, a few days ago had a skirmish with Livingston's band about sixteen miles north of Neosho, and got three of his men badly wounded, but succeeded in killing and wounding seven of the enemy, and putting the remainder to flight.
Captain Mefford is an experienced officer, and a better one could not be selected to deal with Livingston's guerrillas.
Several persons who have just arrived from Fort Gibson report that grass is coming up in sufficient quantities on the Arkansas River and lower Grand River bottoms for grazing purposes.