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MessageSujet: THE CAVALRY   Ven 3 Fév - 20:59



Sixth Cavalry training horses at Ft. Bayard, N. M., ca. 1885




Troop`C,' 5th Cavalry, which arrested boomers and squatters prior to opening of Oklahoma, ca. 1888


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An afternoon of croquet. Ladies, gentlemen, and children on the lawn at Fort Bridger, Wyo. Terr., ca. 1873. Officers' quarters at left, hospital and men's barracks to the right in
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MessageSujet: Re: THE CAVALRY   Sam 4 Fév - 9:42


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MessageSujet: Re: THE CAVALRY   Dim 26 Fév - 18:14






CHARLES WEIDNER PHOTO ENTITLED U.S. CAVALRY ON A FALLEN BIG TREE, CALIFORNIA



Troop C, 2nd Cavalry eating supper on Sept. 23, 1895.


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MessageSujet: Re: THE CAVALRY   Lun 27 Fév - 14:01

Mr. Jacob Hoffman of Troop F, 3rd Cavalry, Fort Hancock, Texas 1885

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MessageSujet: Re: THE CAVALRY   Mar 28 Fév - 18:56



Curieux, non???
Que peut bien foutre ce cavalier sur son canasson en bois????

Il pose!!!
Et pas pour n'importe qui, il pose pour Frederic Sackrider Remington!

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MessageSujet: Re: THE CAVALRY   Mar 28 Fév - 20:23

putain lloyd mais ou tu trouve ces photos je suis espanter bravo.......................

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MessageSujet: Re: THE CAVALRY   Mer 29 Fév - 7:35

thomas sackett a écrit:
je suis espanter bravo......................

Le Ferrailleur "espanté", estampé!!!

Pfff, ça fait 12 ans que je stock de la doc sur le Old West, Railroad US, Steamboat, Carriages / Coach, Logging,etc... (env 30 giga)....
Ensuite la méthode de recherche est "importante", faut oublier les mot clé basiques, et passer par les institutions Américaines, Université, Etats, Fondations, Collections privées, recherche par dates, etc....
Ce qui donne accès à des informations plus détaillées et intéressantes...
J'ai encore quelques trucs sympa sur Remington, to be continued!!!

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MessageSujet: Re: THE CAVALRY   Mer 29 Fév - 8:30



JE n'ai q'une seul chose à dire RESPECT MONSIEUR LLOYD!!!!!!
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MessageSujet: Re: THE CAVALRY   Sam 3 Mar - 16:06

Studio portrait of an Indian War soldier of Fort Niobrara, Nebraska. c 1885


Private John R. Nixon, in campaign gear of the 7th Cavalry, Troop I beside his horse, Pardner, at Fort Riley, Kansas c. 1891-1892.


Horse Soldier. c 1885/90

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MessageSujet: Re: THE CAVALRY   Dim 4 Mar - 16:30


Sixth cavalry trooper at Fort Union c.1888

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MessageSujet: Re: THE CAVALRY   Mar 6 Mar - 9:44

Tintype of Indian Wars Sergeant With a Saddle-Ring Carbine and A Colt Single Action,wearing broad brimmed hat, cavalry gauntlets and holding a revolver aloft and a Winchester carbine in other hand.

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MessageSujet: Re: THE CAVALRY   Mar 6 Mar - 18:28


7th cavalyman

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MessageSujet: Re: THE CAVALRY   Mar 6 Mar - 18:33

Tintype of An Indian War Principal Musician


Cabinet Card of a Trio of Indian War Major Generals,an autographed cabinet card by Currier, Omaha featuring in the foreground Brevet Major General Christopher C. Auger (1821-1898), flanked by General Crook (1828-1890) and signed by General John C. Smith (1816-1897) with a bevy of unidentified staff officers. A lengthy ink salutation in Smith’s hand reads, To Mrs. Col. M. I. Ludington with compliments of Jno. E. Smith, Col 14th Infy, Bvt Majr Genl USA, May 10th, 1878. Crook was then in command of the Department of the Platte with Auger commanding the Department of the Gulf. Smith and Crook had recently returned from the simmering Fort Hall Agency in Idaho where a Bannock-Paiute uprising would explode on May 30, 1878, exacerbated by insufficient rations provided to the Indians. Standing second from right is Major Marshall I. Ludington (Colonel was his Civil War rank), Crook’s Quartermaster.

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MessageSujet: Re: THE CAVALRY   Mar 6 Mar - 18:39






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MessageSujet: Re: THE CAVALRY   Mer 7 Mar - 17:39



Charles Dill Space,member of the 6th cavalry,1872


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MessageSujet: Re: THE CAVALRY   Sam 10 Mar - 15:24

Powhatan H. Clarke Photograph, Medal of Honor Winner, 1886, In 10th Cavalry dress uniform, wearing his Medal of Honor, this image is from about 1891, before his promotion to 1st. Lieut.


Indian War Cabinet Card of 1st Cavalry Soldier


Fine 1886 Photograph of an Indian Wars Mounted Cavalry Trooper

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MessageSujet: Re: THE CAVALRY   Sam 10 Mar - 15:32

Indian Wars Officers,all wearing 6th Cavalry kepis.


Capt. Thomas M. McDougall, 7th Cavalry,with imprint of O. S. Goff, Fort Lincoln, D.T., shown in M'72 jacket and M'80 helmet. With Company B in command of the pack train, McDougall survived the hilltop fight and served out the remainder of his career with the 7th.


Algernon Smith (1847-1876) was an officer with the 7th Cavalry. He was killed at the Battle of Little Big Horn and found with Gen. Custer's body. He was commander of Company E. During the Civil War Smith enlisted with 117th N.Y. Infantry until he was assigned as aide-de-camp to Maj. Gen. Alfred Terry. He was wounded at Fort Fisher in Jan. of 1865, later bevetted Major.

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MessageSujet: Re: THE CAVALRY   Sam 10 Mar - 17:57

Captain Thomas McDougall, 7th Cavalry


Lt. James Calhoun, 7th Cavalry


Pvt. Arthur Edwards, Co. H, 3rd U.S. Cavalry, served under General Crook and was involved in the Rosebud Fight on June 17-18th, 1876. He was injured while jumping his horse at drill and was discharged in July of 1876.

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MessageSujet: Re: THE CAVALRY   Dim 11 Mar - 15:59

Indian War Trooper


2nd US Cavalry Officer.
Wm A. Dinwiddie served as a hospital steward and assistant surgeon during the Civil War. He joined the 8th Cavalry in June 1868 and transferred to the 2nd Cavalry in March 1869. He retired as a 1st lieutenant in 1886 and died in 1901.


Indian Wars Dakotas Soldiers, c 1890

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MessageSujet: Re: THE CAVALRY   Dim 11 Mar - 23:08



LT E.G.Marley,7th cavalry.He was with the pack train detachment during the battle of L.B.H.


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MessageSujet: Re: THE CAVALRY   Lun 12 Mar - 7:56

Company B, 7th Cavalry, 1877, with 2 rows of officers, front seated on ground and rear standing with 1st Lt. E.S. Mathey standing in center, just forward of rear row. This photograph is illustrated officers of members of company who survived the Battle of the Little Big Horn.


Cabinet Card Photograph of 7th Cavalry Lieutenant Charles in his dress blue uniform holding a M1860 cavalry saber.
Lt. Charles was detached from the 7th during 1876 to the U.S. Military Academy and missed the Little Big Horn fight. He was on the 1874 Black Hills expedition.


Winfield Scott Edgerly, 7th Cavalry.
Winfield Scott Edgerly (1846-1927) was born in Farmington, New Hampshire. In 1866 he was appointed to West Point, graduating in 1870, 50th in a class of 58. We was appointed 2nd Lieutenant, and assigned to Company D of the 7th Cavalry, and joined the regiment at Fort Riley, Kansas. He participated in the Yellowstone and Black Hills Expeditions, and was with the 7th at the Little Bighorn, assigned to Weir’s Company D. He was with Benteen’s command when the fight commenced, and survived the Hilltop fight.

After the Little Bighorn, Edgerly remained in the military, and was present at the Wounded Knee Massacre in 1890 as a First Lieutenant. He served in various posts until the Spanish American War when he was promoted to Lieutenant Colonel, US Volunteers and Major, 6th Cavalry on July 9, 1898. Rising through the ranks, he received his final promotion to Brigadier General in 1905 while serving in the Philippines. He died in Farmington in 1927, and is buried in Arlington National Cemetery.

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MessageSujet: Re: THE CAVALRY   Lun 12 Mar - 8:03

7th Cavalry Officers at Ft. Douglas, KS.
An important image taken prior to the Washita campaign in 1868 at Camp Sandy Forsyth. Many of the officers posed here subsequently lost their lives at the Little Big Horn. Includes Capt. Wm. Thompson, Capt. Geo. Yates, Capt. Lee Gillette, Lt. Col. George A. Custer (seated in center with broad brimmed hat), Lt. Edward Law, Lt. Thomas W. Custer (seated right of George), Lt. Edward Godfrey, Lt. Edward Mathey, Lt. James Bell, and many others.


an Indian War 5th Cavalry Trooper,anonymous seated portrait of this uniformed cavalryman with his 5th Cavalry kepi on table to right.
During the Plains Indian Wars, the 5th Cavalry played an active role in pursuing Sioux and Cheyenne war bands that refused to return to their reservations. Under the leadership of Col. Wesley Merritt, a distinguished Civil War officer, the 5th was instrumental in defeating the Indians at the Battle of Slim Buttes. It was the first significant victory for the army following the debacle at Little Big Horn.

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MessageSujet: Re: THE CAVALRY   Dim 18 Mar - 17:40

Pattern 1872 Enlisted Cavalry Dress Helmet






Pattern 1870s cavalry Boots

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MessageSujet: Re: THE CAVALRY   Dim 18 Mar - 17:46







Woolen dress military jacket worn by Col.James Oakes,6th cavalry


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MessageSujet: Re: THE CAVALRY   Lun 19 Mar - 16:41

Similar in design to the original Andrews Hat used by the Second Dragoons in Texas in 1851, this new folding campaign hat was issued to both officers and enlisted men beginning in 1872. This hat did not hold up well in the field and was replaced in 1876 by a smaller and more durable pattern.


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