Buffalo Soldier Regiment: History of the Twenty-Fifth United States Infantry, 1869-1926

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LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS AND MAPS
The Coat of Arms, 25th U. S. InfantryFrontispiece
Colonel Joseph A. Mower, 39th and 25th Regiments of Infantry (Brevet Major General, U. S. Volunteers)Page 2
Colonel Nelson A. Miles, 40th Infantry (Brevet Major General, U. S. Volunteers)Page 3
Lieutenant Colonel E. W. Hinks, 25th InfantryPage 10
Major Zenas R. Bliss, 25th InfantryPage 10
Second Lieutenant Owen J. Sweet, 25th InfantryPage 12
Captain E. J. Stivers, 25th InfantryPage 12
Captain Gaines Lawson, 25th InfantryPage 13
Colonel J. J. Reynolds, 25th Infantry (Brevet Major General U. S. Volunteers)Page 15
Colonel George L. Andrews, 25th InfantryPage 17
Map of West Texas in the early ’seventies showing location of army postsPage 21
Commanding officer’s quarters at Fort Davis, Texas, 1875Page 22
Dress parade 25th Infantry at Fort Randall, D. T., 1880—Co’s. A, B, F and IPage 37
Company B, 25th Infantry at Fort Randall, Dakota Territory in 1882, Captain Bentzoni commandingPage 38
Company B, 25th Infantry, Fort Snelling, Minn., 1883Page 39
Company I, 25th Infantry, Fort Snelling, Minn., 1883Page 39
Guard Mount, 25th Infantry at Fort Randall, D. T., 1882Page 40
Officers’ Quarters at Fort Randall, D. T., 1882Page 40
One Bull and Black Prairie Chicken. (Captain Bentzoni on horse). Fort Randall, 1882Page 40
Infantry and Artillery Officers stationed at Fort Snelling, Minn., in 1886. Colonel Andrews, 25th Infantry, in center of groupPage 41
Part of the old fort at Fort Snelling, Minn., 1887. Detachment of the guard from 25th InfantryPage 43
Same as preceding, another viewPage 43
Company B, 25th Infantry at Fort Shaw, Montana, 1889Page 45
1st Lieut. George Andrews, 25th Infantry, 1890Page 45
Officers, 25th Infantry at Fort Shaw, D. T., 1890Page 45
Camp of 25th Infantry at Fort Keogh, Montana, during Pine Ridge Campaign of 1890-’91Page 47
In camp at Fort Keogh, Montana, 1890-’91. Lieutenant Colonel J. J. Van Home and Lieutenant George P. AhernPage 47
In camp at Fort Keogh, Montana, 1890-’91Page 47
Non-commissioned officers, Co. E, 25th Infantry, Fort Buford, N. D., 1893Page 50
Colonel Andrew J. Burt, 25th InfantryPage 52
Group of officers, 25th Infantry at Fort Missoula, Montana, 1894Page 55
A hunting party from companies B and E near Fort Buford, N. D., 1893Page 55

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