First division to enter the woods and engage them, which order was executed with promptness, Colonel Weer leading the Tenth and Thirteenth Kansas regiments of his brigade upon the right, a portion ofanders.
As the immediate commander of the First division, I deem it but justice to say of Col. William Weer, commanding the Second brigade, that he behaved throughout with great gallantry, leading httle, and a complete victory. S. R. Curtis, Major-General Commanding.
Official report of Colonel Weer.
headquarters Second brigade, First division, army of frontier, camp at Cane Hill., Washmissions.
Below I append a list of casualties.
Very respectfully, your obedient servant, Wm. Weer, Colonel Commanding.
Report of Lieutenant-Colonel Bertram.
headquarters Twentieth reg
All four of the Kansas regiments above named, under the head of their brigade commanders, Colonels Weer and Cloud--both soldiers of the true stamp — penetrated the woods where the enemy lay concea