2 edition of Infantry barracks HS-2, Fort Larned National Historic Site found in the catalog.
Infantry barracks HS-2, Fort Larned National Historic Site
Brown, William L. III
by Harpers Ferry Center, National Park Service, U.S. Dept. of the Interior in [Harpers Ferry, W.Va.]
Written in English
|Statement||by William L. Brown, III|
|Series||Historic furnishings report|
|Contributions||Harpers Ferry Center (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 79,  p. :|
|Number of Pages||79|
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Get this from a library. Infantry barracks HS-2, Fort Larned National Historic Site. [William L Brown, III.; Harpers Ferry Center (U.S.)]. Full text of "Historic Furnishings Report: Infantry Barracks HSFort Larned National Historic Site" See other formats 3}.S5/>-^P 77 u Clemson Universit 3 ess?*™ N0V 23 Ci -EMS0N LIBRARY Historic Furnishings Report FORT LARNED INFANTRY BARRACKS HS-2 National Historic Site/Kansas - Digitized by the Internet Archive in with funding from LYRASIS Members and.
Get this from a library. Historic furnishing study: enlisted men's barracks and post hospital, HS-2, Fort Larned National Historic Site, Kansas. [A Berle Clemensen; United States. National Park Service. Denver Service Center. Midwest/Rocky Mountain Team. Historic Preservation Branch,].
Browsing subject area: United States. Army. Infantry -- Drill and tactics A hand book for infantry: containing the first principles of military discipline, founded on rational method: intended to explain in a familiar and practical manner, for the use of the military force of the United States, the modern improvements in the discipline and.
Fort Larned National Historic Site is a unit of the U.S. National Park Service located six miles west of Larned on Kansas Highway Open a.m.
to p. daily, the park's Visitor Center/Museum and all furnished buildings are admission free. All Fort Larned Old Guard members and volunteers at Fort Larned National Historic Site are invited to attend the biennial Santa Fe Trail Rendezvous, Sponsored by Fort Larned National Historic Site the Santa Fe Trail Center, and the National Santa Fe Trail, Septemberat Larned, Kansas.
United States. Army -- Statistics. See also what's at your library, or elsewhere infantry regiment / (Fort Leavenworth, Kansas: General New Commissary, HS-4, Old Commissary storehouse, HS-5, Quartermaster Storehouse, HS-6, Officers' quarters, HS-7, Fort Larned National Historic Site, Kansas / ([Harpers Ferry, W.
Va.]: Harpers Ferry. Historic Furnishings Report: Post Hospital HS-2 New Commissary HS 4, Old Commissary Storehouse HS 5, Quartermaster Storehouse HS6, Officers Quarters HS7, Fort Larned National Historic Site, Kansas.
National Park Service/GPO, p. Illustrations. Full text of "Historic Furnishings Report: Fort Point--Fort Point National Historic Site" See other formats. Historic Furnishings Report: Infantry Barracks HS-2 Fort Larned National Historic Site Kansas. GPO/National Park Service, c. 79p. Photos.
Fort located in Kansas. Grey cover. Large Wraps. Comb bound. Fine copy $35 Brown, William. Catalog Record: Historic gleanings in Windham County, Connecticut, by Ellen D. Larned | HathiTrust Digital Library Historic gleanings in Windham County, Connecticut / Author Larned, Ellen D. (Ellen Douglas), Infantry barracks HS-2, Fort Larned National Historic Site / Author Brown, William L., III.
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