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Posted by Tom Trevor on Monday, 2 April 2012, at 1:20 p.m., in response to LBH, posted by Bob on Monday, 2 April 2012, at 8:14 a.m.

OPS, my error Finnerty wrote War-Path and Bivouac. Vaughan wrote "On the Rosebud with Crook" Dick is also correct on the ammunition as expended or lost. Many years ago a gentleman in Scottsdale Arizona when it was legal to metal detect in the national forest??? spent time at the battle of Big Dry Wash{ actually Clear Creek} area on the rim and in troop positions found a large number of spent cases as well as unfired ammunition. To him it looked like a trooper would take a position and then remove ammunition from his belt and pile it on the ground and on moving just left it there. It is one of the nicest areas on the rim and if interested Google Battle of Big Dry Wash for the story.


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