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|2||Fort Leavenworth: Knapsacks and Muskets||35|
|3||Santa Fe: Colonel Cooke Assumes Command||65|
|4||Pima and Maricopa Indian Villages||103|
|5||San Diego: Company B Makes Friends||131|
|6||Los Angeles: Building Fort Moore||143|
|7||General Kearny's Escort to Fort Leavenworth||161|
|9||Monterey, San Francisco, and the Brooklyn||185|
|App. A||Analysis of Movement within Mormon Battalion||279|
|App. B||Alphabetical Reconstructed Roster||283|
|App. C||Men Who Reached California||291|
|App. D||Hancock-Los Angeles Company||294|
|App. E||Hancock-Sierra Company||297|
|App. F||Sutter's Workmen||299|
|App. G||Purchase of Sutter's Russian Cannon||301|
|App. H||Military Documents||303|
|App. I||Music and Poetry||305|
Posted October 10, 2009
It is the story of a group of people who were persecuted by the goverment, ran out of every place they lived in and builted. An extermination order was given by a state governer. Even the President of the United States wwouldn't help and uphold their Constitutional right because he was afarid it would hurt him.
It is a story of a group of men what they went through to serve their country. The love ones they left behind, the suffering that they had to endure. They were a strong relgilous people who endured much, and their reliegion kept them strong.
This happened in AMEERICA to american people, which the constitution should have protected, and a president. This is histstory.