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Chapter XV Inspecting Military posts in Utah and Montana desire to witness the Franco-German war on a Sand Bar in the Missouri a Bear hunt an Indian scare myriads of mosquitoes permission given to visit Europe calling on President Grant Sailing for Liverpool arrival in Berlin. After I had for a year been commanding the Division of the Missouri, which embraced the entire Rocky Mountain region, I found it necessary to make an inspection of the military posts in northern Utnorthern Utah and Montana, in order by personal observation to inform myself of their location and needs, and at the same time become acquainted with the salient geographical and topographical features of that section of my division. Therefore in May, 1870, I started west by the UnionPacific railroad, and on arriving at Corinne Station, the next beyond Ogden, took passage by stage-coach for Helena, the capital of Montana Territory. Helena is nearly five hundred miles north of Corinne, and under ordinary