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    A piece of painted china from the place setting of the 22nd Infantry. This artifact was excavated in 2009 by the Fort Lewis College Archaeological Field School.
    Painted China, 22nd Infantry

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References: 

Collection M 118: Fort Lewis Military Fort Federal Records Inventory,” Center of Southwest Studies, Fort Lewis College, updated July 11, 2007.

Maurice Frink with Casey Barthelmess, Photographer on an Army Mule (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1965).

Montana Historical Society Research Center, “Christian Barthelmess Photograph Archives.”

“Post Records,” Center of Southwest Studies, unpublished manuscript collections on the Fort Lewis military post (Durango, CO: Fort Lewis College).

Duane Smith, A Time for Peace: Fort Lewis, Colorado, 1878–1891 (Boulder: University Press of Colorado, 2006).

Additional Information: 

Collection M 211: Fort Lewis Indian School federal records inventory,” Center of Southwest Studies, Fort Lewis College, updated June 25, 2013.

Robert W. Delaney, Blue Coats, Red Skins, and Black Gowns: 100 Years of Fort Lewis (Durango, CO: Durango Herald, 1977).

Fort Lewis College, “Military Fort: 1880–1911,” 2016.

Robert W. Frazer, Forts of the West: Military Forts and Presidios and Posts Commonly Called Forts West of the Mississippi River to 1898 (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1972).

Jolie Anderson Gallagher, Colorado Forts: Historic Outposts in the Wild Frontier (Charleston, SC: History Press, 2013).

Duane Smith, Sacred Trust: The Birth and Development of Fort Lewis College (Boulder: University Press of Colorado, 1999).

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