Army History in April

Bluhm Jr., Raymond K.
April 2004
Soldiers;Apr2004, Vol. 59 Issue 4, p34
Chronicles the history of services provided by members of the U.S. Army to medicine, technology, exploration, engineering and science. Red River Expedition, a group of scientists and explorers who headed up to the Red River in the Orleans Territory; President Thomas Jefferson's issuance of order for a company from the Regiment of Artellerists to march north to help civil authorities prevent an insurrection in parts of New England; Battle of York on April 27, 1813.


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