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SMITH, GEORGE W.

SMITH, GEORGE W. (?–?). George W. Smith was a lieutenant in the United States Ninth Cavalry and a post adjutant in San Antonio in April and May 1875, when he received information from John Lapham Bullis telling of Bullis's rescue from a party of Comanches by three Black Seminole scouts at Eagle's Nest crossing of the Pecos.

BIBLIOGRAPHY: 
Kenneth Wiggins Porter, "The Seminole Negro-Indian Scouts, 1870–1881," Southwestern Historical Quarterly 55 (January 1952).

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