Autobiographical statement of Joseph LeBlanc
LeBlanc's account of U. S. military service, 1857-1859 was taken from his unsuccessful petition for a military pension. He recounts details of the events surrounding the Mountain Meadows Massacre of 1857, U. S. Army campaigns against the Mormons in Utah, and his departure from the Army for the Comstock Lode Nevada in 1859.
- undated [pre-1900]
- LeBlanc, Joseph Esdras (Person)
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LeBlanc's account of U. S. military service, 1857-1859 was taken from his unsuccessful petition for a military pension. The collection contains material from pre-1900 created by Joseph Esdras LeBlanc.
Joseph LeBlanc was a veteran of the U. S. Army in Utah and the American west; he settled in Virginia City, Nevada in 1859.
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