Casualty Report – Battle at Tohotonimme

Report of the killed, wounded and missing in the battle at To-hoto-nim-me, May 17, 1858

Company C, First Dragoons.

  • Killed Brevet Captain O. H. Taylor
  • Private Alfred Barnes
  • Mortally wounded Private Victor Charles De Moy
  • Severely wounded Privates James Lynch and Henry Montreville
  • Slightly wounded Farrier Elijah R. Birch

Company E, First Dragoons

  • Killed Second Lieutenant William Gaston
  • Mortally wounded First Sergeant William C. Williams
  • Severely wounded James Kelly, William D. Micon, and Hariet Sneckster.
  • Slightly wounded James Healy, Maurice Henly, Charles Hughes, and John Mitchell.

Company H, First Dragoons

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  • Killed Privates Charles H. Harnish and James Crozet
  • Missing First Sergeant Edward Ball 1

Company E, Ninth Infantry

  • Severely wounded Private Ormond W. Hammond
  • Slightly wounded Privates John Klay and Gotleib Berger

The same date on which the report of the expedition went forward Colonel Steptoe indited the two succeeding letters.


Manring, B. F. Conquest of the Coeur d'Alene, Spokane and Palouse Indians. The Washington Historical Quarterly, Vol. 3 No. 2, 1912.

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