Carson Ordered

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Texas–Indian Wars - The Civil War Years On The Plains: Delay of The Inevitable: 1861–1865 - First Battle of Adobe Walls
... Christopher (Kit) Carson, was given command of the First Cavalry, New Mexico Volunteers, and told to proceed and campaign against the winter campgrounds of the Comanches and ... On November 10, 1864 Carson started from Fort Bascom with 335 cavalry, and seventy-five Ute and Jicarilla Apache scouts ... Those Carson had recruited from Lucien Maxwell's ranch near Cimarron, New Mexico ...

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