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reserved October 10, 1854. Headquarters Department of the Missouri. Garrison, six companies infantry.

Lebanon, Ky. Lat. 37° 33', long. 85° 20', (about.) Department of the South. Garrison, one company infantry.

Lee, Fort, Mass. Lat. 42° 31', long. 70° 53', (about.) Department of the East. P. 0. address : ria Salem, Mass. In the center of Salem Neck, commanding entrance to Salem and Beverly Harbors. Land ceded to the United States July 31, 1867. Garrison in charge of ordnance sergeant.

Lime Point, Fort at, Cal. Lat 37° 48', long. 122° 26', (about.) P. O. address : via San Francisco, Cal. In San Francisco Harbor. Land deeded to the United States July 24, 1866. Garrison in charge of ordnance sergeant.

Little Rock, Ark. Lat. 34° 40', long. 83° 10'. Department of the Missouri. Garrison, one company infantry.

Livingston, Fort, La. Lat. 29° 15', long. 90°, (about.) Department of Texas. P. 0. address : ria New Orleans, La. On Grand-Terre Island, in Barrataria Bay, 95 miles from New Orleans. Land deeded to the United States January 10, 1834. Garrison in charge of ordnance sergeant.

Long Point Batteries, Mass. Lat. 41° 57', long. 70°, (about.) Department of the East. P. 0. address: ria Provincetown, Mass. On Long Point, south entrance to Provincetown Harbor, Cape Cod. Land ceded to the United States March 5, 1864. Garrison in charge of ordnance sergeant.

Louisville, Ky. Lat. 38° 3', long. 85° 30'. Department of the South. Headquarters Military Division of the South, and Headquarters Department of the South.

Lowell, Camp, A. T. Lat. 32° 35', long. 111°, (about.) Department of Arizona, At Tucson, Arizona Territory. Garrison, one company cavalry, two companies infantry.

Lower Brulé Agency, D. T. Department of Dakota. Garrison, one company infaptry.

Lyon, Fort, C. T. Lat. 38° 5' 36' , long. 103° 3' 30". Department of the Missouri. On the Arkansas River, 54 miles from Kit Carson, the nearest station on the Kansas Pacific Railroad, whence supplies are transported by wagons. Reservation declared September 1, 1868. Garrison, two companies cavalry, two co:npanies infantry.

Lancaster, Ky. Garrison, on company infantry.

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Mackinac, Fort, Mich. Lat. 45° 51', long. 84° 33'. Department of the Lakes. On Michilimackinac Island, in the straits connecting Lakes Michigan and Huron. Reserved November 8, 18:27. Garrison, one company infantry.

Macomb, Fort, La. Lat. 30° 5' 15'', long. 89° 51' 15''. Department of Texas. P. O. address : ria New Orleans, La. On the right bank of Chef Mentenr Pass, 25 miles from New Orleans. Reserved February 9, 1812. Garrison, in charge of ordnance sergeant.

Macon, Fort, N. C. Lat. 34° 41', long, 76° 40'. Department of the East. On Bogue Island, in Beaufort Harbor. Land ceded to the United States December 17, 1807. Garrison, two companies artillery.

Madison Barracks, N. Y. Lat. 43° 50', long. 77° 55'. Department of the Lakes. At Sackett's Harbor, N. Y. Land purchased by the United States. Garrison, two companies artillery, one company infantry.

Marion, Fort, Fla. Lat. 29° 48', long. 81° 35'. Department of the South. At Saint Augustine, Fla. Reserved March 23, 1849. Garrison, in charge of ordnance sergeant.

McClary, Fort, Me. Lat. 43° 5', long. 70° 45', (about.) Department of the East. P.0. address: Portsmouth, N. H. On Kittery Point in Portsmouth Harbor. Land ceded to the United States March 12, 1808. Garrison, in charge of ordnance sergeant.

McDerinit, Camp, Nevada. Lat. 41° 58', long. 117° 40'. Department of California. On the east branch of Quinn's River, in Humboldt County, 80 miles north of Winnemucca, the nearest station on the Central Pacific Railroad. Reservation declared October 4, 1870. Garrison, one company cavalry:

McDowell, Camp, A.T. Lat. 33° 42' 30'', long. 111° 53'. Department of Arizona. On the Rio Verde, mi orth of Maricopa Wells. Reservation declared April 12, 1867. Garrison, one company cavalry, one company infantry.

McHenry, Fort, Md. Lat. 39° 17', long. 76° 36'. Department of the East. In the harbor of Baltimore. Lands deeded to the United States July 20, 1795, and at various subsequent dates. Garrison, three companies artillery.

Melntosh, Fort, Tex. Lat. 27° 30', long. 99° 29'. Department of Texas. On the Rio Grande, at Loredo. Built on private lands; measures taken to obtain a lease. Garrison, one company infantry.

McKavett, Fort, Tex. Lat. 300 55', long. 1000 5'. Department of Texas. On the right bank of the San Saba River, about two miles from its source. Land leased by the United States. Garrison, two companies cavalry, five companies infantry.

McPherson, Fort, Neb. Lat. 41°, long. 100° 30'. Department of the Platte. On the Platte River, 6 miles south of McPherson Station, on the Union Pacitie Railroad, whence supplies are transported by wagons. Reservation declared January 22, 1807, and modified in 1870. Garrison, five companies cavalry.

McRae, Fort, N. M. Lat. 33° 2', long. 1070 5'. Department of the Missouri. At the Ojo del Muerto, 292 miles southwest of Fort Union, the nearest supply-depot. Reservation declared May 28, 1869. Garrison, one company cavalry, one company infantry.

Miftlin, Fort, Pa. Lat. 39° 53', long. 75° 13'. Department of the East. P. O. adldress: ria Philadelphia, Pa. Ou Mud Island, in the Delaware River, 7 miles below Philadelphia. Land ceded to the United States April 15, 1795. Garrison, in charge of ordnance sergeant.

Mojave Camp, A. T. Lat. 31° 56', long. 114? 40'. Department of Arizona. On the Colorado River, near the head of Mojave Valley, 209 miles north of Fort Yuma. Reservation declared March 30, 1870. Garrison, one company infantry.

Monroe, Fort, Va. Lat. 37° 2', long. 76° 12'. Department of the East. On Old Point Comfort, Hampton Roads. Site conveyed to the United States December 12, 1838. Garrison, tive companies artillery.

Montgomery, Fort, N. Y. Lat. 45°, long. 73° 20', (about.) Department of the East. P. O. address: Ronse's Point, N. Y. At Rouse's Point, near the outlet of Lake Champlain. Land deeded to the United States October 17, 1817, November 18, 1817, and May 15, 1818. Garrison, in charge of ordnance sergeant.

Morgan, Fort, Ala. Lat. 30° 18', long. 880. Department of the South. P. O. ad. dress : ria Mobile, Ala. At Mobile Point, Mobile Bay. Land deeded to the United States January 18, 1811. Garrison, in charge of ordnance sergeant.

Moultrie, Fort, S.C. Lat. 32° 45', long. 79° 51'. Department of the South. P. O. address : ria Charleston, S. C. On Sullivan's Island, in the main entrance to Charles. ton Harbor. Lands ceded to the United States December 17, 1805; regranted December 13, 1216; deeded January 9, 1814. Garrison in charge of ordnance sergeant.

Mount Vernon Barracks, Ala. Lat. 31° 6', long. 85 5. At Mount Vernon, Alabama. Reserved February 9, 1830. Garrison, two companies infantry.

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Naslı ville, Tenn. Lat. 30 9', long. 86- 49. Department of the South. Garrison, two companies infantry.

Newport Barracks, Ky. Lat. 39" 5', long. 84°29. Department of the South. At Newport, Ky: Lands deeded to the United States. Depot general recruiting service.

New San Diego Barracks, Cal. Lat. 32 42, long. 117 14'. Department of Arizona. At the town of New San Diego. Reserved February 26, 1832. Garrison in charge of ordnance sergeant.

New York Arsenal, N. Y. Lat. 40° 42', long.74 1. On Governor's Island, New York Harbor. Land ceded to the United States February 15, 1:00.

New York City, NY. Lat. 40° 42' 43'', long. 74. 03. Department of the East. Headquarters military division of the Atlantic, and beadquarters general recruiting service.

Niagara, Fort, N. Y. Lat. 43° 18', long. 79 8. Department of the Lakes. At Youngstown, N.Y. Laud cealed to the United States July 2, 1841. Garrison, one come pany of artillery.

Newberry, S C. Garrison, one company infantry.

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Omaha; Neb. Lat. 41' 16', long. 96. Department of the Platte. Headquarters Department of the Platte.

Omaba Barracks, Neb. Lat. 41° 20', long. 96'. Department of the Platte. On the Missouri River, four miles above Omaha City. Land leased by the l'nited States. Garrison, two companies cavalry, and eight companies infantry,

Ontario, Fort. Y. La 43° 20', long. 76° 40'. Department of the Lakes. At Os. wego, N. Y. Land ceded to the United States August 15, 1839, including the light-house lot granted in 1021 Garrison, one company artillery,

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Pembina, Fort, D. T. Lat. 480 58', long. 970. Department of Dakota. On the left bank of the Red River of the North, two miles from the line of the British Posses. sions, and 347 miles from Saint Cloud, Minn., the nearest station on the Saint Paul and Pacific Railroad, whence supplies are transported by wagons. Reservation declared October 4, 1870. Garrison, three companies infantry.

Phenix, Fort, Mass. Lat. 41° 33', long. 70° 55'. Department of the East. P. O. address : Fair Haven, Mass. At Fort Point, on left bank of entrance to New Bedford Harbor. Land deeded to the United States September 28, 1808. Garrison, ordnance sergeant.

Pickens, Fort, Fla. Lat. 30° 19', long. 87° 16' 54''. Department of the South. On Santa Rosa Island, Pensacola Harbor. Land deeded to the United States May 28, 1828. Garrison, ordnance sergeant.

Pickering, Fort, Mass. Lat. 42° 31', long. 70° 53', (about.) Department of the East. P. O. address : via Salemn, Mass. On Winter Island, north side of entrance to Salem Harbor. Land deeded to the United States September 1, 1794 ; enlarged January 4, 1865. Garrison, ordnance sergeant.

Pike, Fort, La.' Lat. 30° 10', long. 89° 38. Department of Texas. On the island of Petites Coquilles,” 35 miles northeast of New Orleans. Reserved Febrnary 9, 1842. Garrison, ordnance sergeant.

Pikesville Arsenal, M. Lat. 39° 18', long. 76°37'. At Pikesville, about 8 miles north of Baltimore City. Land owned by the United States. Garrison, detachment ordnance.

Pinckney, Castle, S. C. Lat. 32° 46', long. 79°57'. Department of the South. P. 0. address: Charleston, S. C. On the north side of Charleston Harbor. Land ceded to the United States December 17, 1805; regranted December 18, 1816. Garrison, ordnance sergeant.

Plattsburgh Barracks, N. Y. Lat. 44° 41', long. 73° 25'. Department of the East. At Plattsburgh, N. Y. Lands deeded to the United States. Garrison, one company artillery.

Point, Fort, Cal. Lat. 37° 48', long. 1220 26'. Department of California. P. O. address : ria San Francisco, Cal. In San Francisco Harbor. Reserved November 6, 1850; moditied December 31, 1851. Garrison, ordnance sergeant.

Point San José, Cal. Lat. 37° 48', long. 12:20 26'. Department of California. Iu San Francisco Harbor. Reserved November 6, 1850; moditied December 31, 1851. Garrison, one company artillery.

Popham, Fort, Me. Lat. 4:3° 50', long. 696 55, (about.) Department of the East. P. O. address: ria Parker's Head, Me. On Hunniwell's Point, at the mouth of Kennebec River. Lanıls deeded to the United States June 21, 1808, June 1, 1863, and June 22, 1863. Garrison, ordnance sergeant.

Porter, Fort, N. Y. Lat. 42° 53', long. 7. 58. Department of the Lakes. At Buffalo, X. Y. Lauds deeded to the United States May 21, 1812, and at various subsequent dates. Garrisou, two companies infantry.

Portland, Oregon. Lat. 4.5" 30', long. 1:22° 27' 30“. Department of the Columbia. Headquarters Department of the Columbia.

Preble, Fort, Me. Lat. 43° 39', loug. 70° 20'. Department of the East. On Spring Point, the northern extremity of Cape Elizabeth. Lands deeded to the United States Febrnary 299, 1802, April 16, 1833, and May 9, 1833. Garrison, one company artillery.

Presidio, Cal. Lat. 37° 48', long. 122- 26. Department of California. Three miles west of San Francisco. Reserves November 6, 1830; modified December 31, 1851. Garrison, four companies artillery:

Pulaski, Fort, Ga. Lit. 322 2', long. 20° 34'. Department of the South. On Cockspur Island, at the mouth of the Savannah River. Lands deeded to the United States March 15, 1830. Garrison, ordinance sergeant.

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Quitman, Fort, Tex. Lat. 31° 10', long. 10.3° 40', (about.) Department of Texas. On the Rio Grande. 80 iniles below Franklin, Tex. Built on private lands; measures taken to procure a lease. Garrison, one company infantry.

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Raleigh, N.C. Lat. 35 47', long. 787 48'. Department of the East. Garrison, three companies artillery,

Randall, Fort, D. T. Lat. 43° 11', long. 980 12'. Department of Dakota. On the right bank of the Missouri River, 146 miles above Sioux City, Iowa, the present terminus of the Sioux City and Pacific Railroad, whence supplies are transported by boats. Reservation declared Jone 14, 1860 ; reduced September 9, 1867; restored to original limits October 25, 1870. Garrison five companies infantry.

Reynolds, Fort, C. T. Lat. 38° 15', long. 104° 12. Department of the Missouri. On the Arkansas River, 20 miles east of Pueblo, and 92 miles from Kit Carson, the nearest station on the Kansas Pacific Railroad. Reservation ordered June 22, 1863. Garrison in charge of quartermaster's agent.

Rice, Fort, D.T. Lat. 46° 40', long. 100 30'. Department of Dakota. On the right bank of the Missouri River, 760 miles above Sioux l'ity, lowa, the present terminus of thie Sioux City and Pacific Railroad, whence supplies are transported by boats. Reservation declared Jannary 22, 1867. Garrison, four companies cavalry.

Richardson, Fort, Tex. Lat. 33° 15', long. 18o. Department of Texas. Adjoining the town of Jacksborongh. Land owned by private parties; steps taken to procure a lease. Garrison, three companies cavalry and four companies infantry.

Riley, Fort, Kan. Lat. 39° 4' 20", Jong. 96° 43'. Department of the Missouri. On the line of the Kansas Pacific Railroad, 137 miles from Kansas City, Missouri. Reservation declared May 5, 1855 ; reduced as per act of March 2, 1867. Garrison, one company cavalry and two companies infantry.

Ringgold Barracks, Tex. Lat. 26° 23, long. 99° 2'. Department of Texas. At Rio Grande City. Lands leased by the Government. Garrison, tive companies cavalry and three companies infantry.

Ripley, Fort, Minn. Lat. 46° 10'30", long. 94° 18' 45''. Department of Dakota. On the west bank of the Mississippi River, 47 miles north of Sauk Rapids, the present terminus of the St. Paul avd Pacitic Railroad, whence supplies are transported by wagons. Lands reserved September 15, 1849. Garrison, two companies infantry.

Rock Island Armory and Arsenal, nl. Lat. 41° 30', long. 90° 40'. On Rock Island, in the Mississippi River, opposite Davenport, Iowa. Located on old Fort Armstrong reservation ; additional lands purchased under act of April 19, 1864. * Arsenal of construction." Garrison, detachment ordnance.

Russell, D. A., Fort, Wyo. T. Lat. 41° 8', long. 104° 45'. Department of the Platte. On the line of the Union Pacific Railroad, near Cheyenne City, 520 miles beyond Omaba, Neb. Reservation declared June 28, 1869. Garrison, four companies cavalry and eight companies infantry.

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San Antovio Arsenal, Tex. Lat. 29° 32', long. 93° 52'. At San Antonio, Tex. Land owned by the United States. “Arsenal of construction.” Garrison, detachment ord

San Antonio, Tex. Lat. 29° 32', long. 98° 52'. Department of Texas. Headquarters Department of Texas.

Sanders, Fort, Wyo. T. Lat. 41° 13' 4", long. 105° 30' 22". Department of the Platte. On the line of the Union Pacific Railroad, 570 miles beyond Omaha, Neb. Reservation declared January 7, 1867 ; enlarged June 28, 1869. Garrison, two companies cavalry and four companies infantry.

Sandy Hook, Fort at, N. J. Lat. 40° 25', long. 14°, (about.) Department of the East. P. O. address, via New York City. On the northern end of Sandy Hook. Land deeded to the United States February 26, 1806, and June 17, 1817. Garrison, Ordnance sergeant.

San Francisco, Cal. Lat. 37° 47' 35', long. 122° 26' 15. Department of California. Headquarters Military Division of the Pacific, and Headquarters Department of California.

San Juan Island, Wash. T. Lat. 48° 30', long. 123° 4'. Department of the Columbia. In Archipelago de Haro. Garrison, one company infantry.

Santa Fé, N. M. Lat. 35° 41', long 1060 10'. Department of the Missouri. Headquarters District of New Mexico, and Headquarters Eighth Cavalry.

Savannah, Ga. Lat. 32° 5', long. 81° 8'. Department of the South. Garrison, one company artillery.

Scammel, Fort, Me. Lat. 43° 39', long. 700 20. Department of the East. P. O. address, Portland, Me. On House Island, in Portland Harbor. Land deeded to the United States February 29, 1808. Garrison, ordnance sergeant.

Schuyler, Fort, N. Y. Harbor. Lat. 40° 48' 45“, long. 73° 42' 46". Department of the East. At Throg's Neck, north side of the junction of East River with Long Island Sound, 17 miles from New York City. Land deeded to the United States July 26, 1826. Garrison, ordnance sergeant.

Sedgwick, Fort, C.T. Lat. 41°, long. 102° 30'. Department of the Platte. On the South Platte River, 34 miles from Julesburgh, Neb., the nearest station on the Union Pacific Railroad, whence supplies are transported by wagons. Reservation declared July 28, 1869. Garrison in charge of agent Quartermaster's Department.

selden, Fort, N. M. Lat. 32° 27' 6", long. 106° 53' 30'. Department of the Missouri. On the east bank of the Rio Grande, 12 miles above Doña Ana, and 350 miles from Fort Union, the nearest supply-depot. Reservation declared November 28, 1870. Garrison, one company infantry.

Sewall, Fort, Mass. Lat. 420 30'18", long. 70° 50' 30'. Department of the East. P. O. address, Marblehead, Mass. On the west point of the harbor of Marblehead. Land deeded to the United States August 30, 1794. Garrison, ordnance sergeaut.

Seward, Fort, D. T. Garrison, one company infantry.
Shaw, Fort, M. T. Lat. 47° 30' 3'', long. 111° 40'. Department of Dakota. On the

right bank of Sun River, 80 miles north of Helena, M. T., and 560 miles north of Corinne, U. T., the nearest station on the Union Pacific Railroad, whence supplies are transported by wagons. Reservation declared January 11, 1870.' Garrison, seven companies infantry.

Ship Island, Miss. Lat. 30° 20, long. 89° 7'. Department of Texas. In the Gulf of Mexico, 30 miles north of the Chandeleur Islands. Reserved August 30, 1847. Garrison, ordnance sergeant.

Sidney Barracks, Neb. Lat. 41°, long. 103, Department of the Platte. In the Lodge-Pole Creek Valley, one-quarter of a mile from Sidney, a station on the Union Pacific Railroad. Reservation announced by department commander June 20, 1871. Garrison, one company cavalry and one company infantry.

Sill, Fort, Indian Ter. Lat. 34° 40', lony. 98° 30'. Department of the Missouri. At the junction of Medicine Bluff and Cache Creeks, 7 miles south of Mount Scott, and 329 miles from Fort Harker, the nearest station of the Kansas Pacitic Railroad, whence supplies are transported by wagons. Reservation not yet declared. Garrison, five companies cavalry, three companies infantry.

Sitka, Alaska T. Lat. 57°3', long. 135' 18'. Department of the Columbia. Gar. rison, two companies artillery.

Snelling, Fort, Minn. Lat. 44° 52' 46", long. 93° 4' 54" Department of Dakota. In the angle formed by the confluence of the St. Peter and Mississippi Rivers, about 5 miles below Paul. Reserved May 25, 1853; modified November 16, 18533 ; reduced as per act of May 7, 1870. Garrison, two companies infantry.

Springfield Armory and Arsenal, Mass. Lat. 42° 6'4", long. 72 35' 45'. At Springfield, Mass. Land owned by the United States. "Arsenal of construction." Garrison, detachment of ordnance.

Stambaugh, Camp, Wyo. T. Lat. 42° 30', long. 109. Department of the Platte. In Smith's Gulcb, (the region of the Sweetwater gold-mines,) 24 miles from Atlantic City, 67 miles from “Point of Rocks," the nearest station on the Union Pacific Railroad, and 105 miles from Bryan Station, on the same road, whence supplies are transported by wagons. Reservation not yet declared. Garrison, one company infantry.

Standish, Fort, Mass. Lat. 41° 57' 26", long. 70° 40' 19". Department of the East. P.0. address, via Plymouth, Mass. At Saquish Head, northern entrance to Plymouth Harbor. Land deeded to the United States June 10, 1870. Garrison, ordnance sergeant.

Stanton, Fort, N. M. Lat. 33° 29:37'', long. 105 38' 19". Department of the Missouri. On the Rio Bonito, 9 miles from the town of Placita, and 207 miles from Fort Union, the nearest supply-depot. Reserved May 12, 1879. Garrison, two companies cavalry, one company infantry.

Steele, Fred., Fort, Wyo. T. Lat. 41° 48', long. 107° 9'. Department of the Platte. At the point where the Union Pacific Railroad crosses the North Platte River, 692 miles beyond Omaha, Nebraska. Reservation declared June 28, 1869 Garrison, one company cavalry, four companies infautry.

Stevens, Fort, Oreg. Lat. 46° 4', long. 123 42'. Department of the Columbia. Near tbe mouth of the Columbia River, about 9 miles from Astoria. Reserved February 26, 1862. Garrison, one company artillery. Stevenson, Fort, D. T. Lat. 47° 34' 40", long. 101° 17'. Department of Dakota.

At the confluence of Douglas Creek with Missouri River, 923 miles above Sioux City, Iowa, the present terminus of the Sioux City and Pacific Railroad, whence supplies are transported by boats. Reservation ordered June 30, 1867. Garrison, two companies infantry.

St. Louis Arsenal, Mo., (formerly Jefferson Barracks.) Lat. 38 28", long. 90° 8'. On the west bank of the Mississippi River, 9 miles below St. Louis. Lands purchased by the Government. “Arsenal of construction." Garrison, detachment ordnance.

St. Louis Barracks, Mo., (formerly St. Louis Arsenal.) Lat. 380 37' 28", long. 90° 15' 16". Department of the Missouri.” At St. Louis, Mo. Lands purchased by the Gorernment. Headquarters of the superintendent and privcipal depot Mounted Recruiting Service.

Stockton, Fort, Tex. Lat. 30 50', long. 102 35'. Department of Texas. At Comanche Springs, on the Comanche trail, 74 miles northeast of Fort Davis. Built on private lands; measures taken to obtain a lease. Garrison, one company cavalry, two companies infantry.

St. Paul, Minn. Lat. 44° 52' 46', lovg. 930 5'. Department of Dakota. Headquarters Department of Dakota, and headquarters Seventh Cavalry.

St. Philip, Fort, La. Lat. 29° 29', long. 89° 31'. Department of Texas. On the east bank of the Mississippi River, 70 miles below New Orleans. Reserved February 9, 1842. Garrison, ordnance sergeant.

Sullivan, Fort, Me. Lat. 44° 44', long. 67° 4'. Department of the East. On Moose Island, Passamaquoddy Bay, near Eastport, Maine. Lands deeded to the United States June 2, 1809, and at various subsequent dates. Garrison, ordnance sergeant.

Sully, Fort, D. T. Lat. 44° 20', long. 100C 10'. Department of Dakota. On the left

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