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What is in a Gallon?
Kettle Hill, San Juan Heights, Cuba, July 1, 1898 - Acting Color Sergeant George Berry of Troop G, carries the national flag of his own command.
Near the Rio Grande River, TX, 1880 - Second Lt. Henry O. Flipper scouts with Company A, 10th US Cavalry Regiment. He was the first black graduate of West Point.
South Central New Mexico Territory, Spring of 1880 - Victorio Campaign - A trooper of the 9th US Cavalry waits to be relieved of his guidon and horse before a midnight deployment.
Having tracked a band of hostile Comanche Indians for fine days, John L. Bullis and three Seminole Negro Indian Scouts were ready for action.
Santa Cruz Valley, Arizona Territory, Geronimo Campaign, Spring of 1886 - Troop K, 10th US Cavalry Regiment picks up the trail in pursuit of the hostile Apache band led by the warrior Geronimo.
Surrounded by Ute braves, units from the 3rd, 5th and 9th Cavalry fight from their circled supply wagons.
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