Indian Fight of the 7th, 8th, and 9th of December of 1858

Indian Fight of the 7th, 8th, and 9th of December of 1858. See: Washington Indian Wars, 1855-1856 for context of this list.

Killed:

Capt. Charles Bennett of Company F, the same who was connected with James Marshall in the discovery of gold in California
2d Lieut J. M. Burrows, Company H
Simon S. Van Hagerman, Company I.

Mortally wounded, who lived but a few hours:
E. B. Kelsey, Company A
Henry Crow and Casper Snook, Company H
Joseph Sturdevant, Company B
Jesse Flemming, Company A

Dangerously wounded:
Capt. Layton
Privates T. J. Payne,
Nathan Fry
F. Crabtree, Company H
J. B. Gervias, Company K.

Severely wounded:
Capt. A. V. Wilson, Company A
Capt. L. Munson, Company I
Ser.-Mag. Isaac Miller, Company H
Private 0. W. Smith, Co. B

Slightly wounded:
Privates A. M. Addington, Company H
Franklin Duval, Company A

Evan., Oregon Military Organization, 90.

On the 9th and 10th, wounded,
A. Shepard
Ira Allen
John Smith

Estimated Indians killed and wounded, 100.


Topics:
Indian Wars,

Collection:
Bancroft, Hubert H. Bancroft Works, Volume 31, History Of Washington, Idaho, and Montana, 1845-1889. San Francisco: The History Company. 1890.

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