Comanche Canyon

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3 March 1862; Albuquerque, New Mexico: Detachments of Companies C and K, 3rd Cavalry, were en route from Fort Craig to Fort Union when, on the road between Peralta and Antelope Springs, in Comanche Canyon, Indians surprised them. The warriors killed one soldier from Company C and wounded the officer in charge, Sgt. (Acting Lt.) Richard Wall, as well as two men from Company C and two from Company K. There were no Indian casualties.

Encyclopedia of Indian Wars by Gregory F. Michno
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