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In April and May of 1874, Captain Constant Williams commanding and members of Company F of the 7th U.S. Infantry, traveled from Fort Shaw, via Helena, to establish a military post named Camp Lewis along the Carroll Trail. This military post was established for the protection of travelers of the Carroll Trail from Carroll Landing, on the Missouri River to Helena. Acting-Assistant Surgeon C. H. Hart, who, in his monthly report from Camp Lewis, Montana Territory, for July, 1875, notes the deaths, on July 7, of 3 privates of the Seventh Infantry, from shot-wounds from hostile Indians.



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