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Chapter 10: April Fool's day seven Pin Indians killed at Park Hill, Cherokee Nation, by the enemy in federal uniform the march to Cincinnati on the State line war paint and yelping of the Indians when they start out commendable conduct of the Indian soldiers while in Missouri and Arkansas the division crosses the
that history cannot wipe out.
The Indian division left Camp Pomeroy on the Illinois river, on the morning of the 3d, and marched twelve miles southwest to Cincinnati, a small village on the State line.
The place may have contained a population of a hundred people before the war, but probably nearly half the families have mo his duty in a more commendable manner.
We pass now into the Indian country, and bid a temporary adieu to Arkansas.
Early on the morning of the 6th we left Cincinnati and marched to Dutch Mills, twelve miles south, on the State line.
At this point we took the road leading into the Cherokee Nation towards Park Hill, but march