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DAVENPORT, IOWA,

4th U. S. Veteran Reserve Corps, Company K, Captain George E. Judd.

172nd Company, 2nd Battalion, U. S. Veteran Reserve Corps, Lieutenant Victor Chandone.

KEOKUK, IOWA.

169th Company, 2nd Battalion, U. S. Veteran Reserve Corps, Lieutenant David K. Springer.

FORT RANDALL, DAK, TERR.

6th Iowa Cavalry (five companies), Colonel Samuel M. Pollock.

FORT RICE, DAK. TERR.

1st U. S. Volunteers (six companies), Colonel Charles A. R. Dimon.

FORT SULLY, DAK. TERR.

6th Iowa Cavalry (three companies), Major Albert E. House.

SIOUX CITY, IOWA.

6th Iowa Cavalry (one company),

7th Iowa Cavalry (two companies),

Lieutenant Colonel John Pattee.

SPIRIT LAKE, IOWA.

7th Iowa Cavalry, Company K, Captain Francis H. Cooper.

FORT UNION, DAK. TERR.

30th Wisconsin, Company I, Captain Napoleon B. Greer.

VERMILLION, DAK. TERR.

Dakota Cavalry, Company A, Captain Nelson Miner.

YANKTON AGENCY, DAK. TERR.

Dakota Cavalry, Company B, Captain William Tripp.

YANKTON, DAK. TERR.

6th Iowa Cavalry (one company), Captain Lewis R. Wolfe.

DISTRICT OF MINNESOTA.

Brigadier General HENRY H. SIBLEY.

FIRST SUB-DISTRICT OF MINNESOTA.

Colonel ROBERT N. McLAREN.

Chengwatona, Minn.

2nd Minnesota Cavalry, Company M (detachment), Lieutenant Patrick S. Gardner.

Princeton, Minn.

2nd Minnesota Cavalry, Company M (detachment), Captain John C. Hanley.