J. Don Cameron sank

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J. Don Cameron sank - ' The government steamer J. Don Cameron sunk...
' The government steamer J. Don Cameron sunk last Friday evening in the Missouri River, about fifty miles north of Sioux City. A portion of the Fifth United States Infantry, on the way to accompany General Miles in his expedition to the mouth of the Tongue and Powder Rivera, were on board. This dispatch, which- which- was received received at the army headquarters on Saturday, also stated that no lives were lost. It is not known what kind of a cargo the boat carried.

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  1. The Inter Ocean,
  2. 21 May 1877, Mon,
  3. Page 8

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