Seminole Nation, I. T.

 

Julian Longorio

Adjutant General's Office , No. 70.  Washington, August 23, 1893.

The Major General Commanding takes pleasure in publishing in orders to the Army the names of the following officers and enlisted men who, during the year 1892, distinguished themselves by "especially meritorious acts or conduct in service;" those omitted from preceding orders of honorable mention are also included:

May 14, 1890. 3d Lieutenant Percival J. Loire, 18th Infantry, and Julian Longorio, Seminole Negro-Indian scout (now out of service): For heroism in rescuing a Seminole Negro-Indian scout from drowning in the Pecos River, near Eagle Nest, Texas. (Silver life-saving medals, under section 7, act June 20,1874, and section 9, act May 4, 1882.)

 

 

 

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Julian Longorio

Adjutant General's Office , No. 70.  Washington, August 23, 1893.

The Major General Commanding takes pleasure in publishing in orders to the Army the names of the following officers and enlisted men who, during the year 1892, distinguished themselves by "especially meritorious acts or conduct in service;" those omitted from preceding orders of honorable mention are also included:

May 14, 1890. 3d Lieutenant Pereival J. Loire, 18th Infantry, and Julian Longorio, Seminole Negro-Indian scout (now out of service): For heroism in rescuing a Seminole Negro-Indian scout from drowning in the Pecos River, near Eagle Nest, Texas. (Silver life-saving medals, under section 7, act June 20,1874, and section 9, act May 4, 1882.)

 

 

 

 

 

 

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