Talk:Diary of Hiram Tuttle - January-Febuary 1867
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|Source:||The Bear River Massacre by Newell Hart; ISBN 0-914462-01-3|
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|Notes:||Diary written by Corporal Hiram Tuttle, Company K, 3rd California Infantry Reigment, regarding the events of the Bear River Massacre. Keep in mind that there are several misspellings in this account and horrid grammar. This is as it was originally written and spelling (while handwritten) has not been altered to current spelling conventions.|
This is the diary of Corporal Hiram Tuttle, Company K, 3rd California Infantry Volunteers Regiment of the U.S. Army.
This is his daily record of what happened day by day during the military campaign the resulted in the Bear River Massacre in present day south-eastern Idaho. --Robert Horning 13:30, 6 October 2006 (UTC)