In Search of Johnston’s Army

By Duane A. Bylund

Contents

Acknowledgements

Introduction

1. Lieutenant Colonel Loring’s Mixed Corps Battalion
     Area 1 - Miscellaneous Troops
     Area 2 - Third Infantry?
     Area 4 - Sixth and Seventh Infantries
     Area 5 - First Cavalry?
     Area 14 - Mixed Corps Headquarters - The Rifle Camp?
     Areas 15 and 47 - Miscellaneous Troops
     Area 49 - Double Eagle Draw

2. Lieutenant Colonel Bee’s Volunteer Battalion
     Area 3 - The Volunteers: Teamsters & Trainmen

3. Captain Phelps’ Fourth Light Artillery
     Area 6 - Fourth Light Artillery: Battery B?

4. Colonel Cooke’s Second Dragoons
     Area 7 - Forge Area #1
     Area 7W - Forge Area #2
     Areas 9 and 12 - Old Road
     Areas 11 and 48 - The Honey Hole
     Area 13 - The Main Camp
     Area 25 - Part of Main Camp
     Areas 35N and 35S - Trash Dumps?
     Area 36 - Oak Leaf Outpost
    Area 43 - Officer’s Quarters?
     Areas 45 and 46 - Herding Camp or Exercise Area
     Areas 51 and 52 - Trash Dumps and the Camp in Retrospect
     The Camp in Retrospect

5. Colonel Alexander’s Tenth Infantry
     Area 10 - Part of Main Camp: Company B
     Area 26 - Part of Main Camp: Captain Tracy’s Tent
     Area 27 - Trash Dump
     Area 28 - Part of Main Camp
     Area 29 - Part of Main Camp: Companies A and I
     Areas 32, 33, 37, 38, and 8 - Tenth Infantry Outpost

6. Lieutenant Colonel Waite’s Fifth Infantry
     Area 17 - Main Camp
     Areas 19, 30, and 31 - Cedar Fort Ditch
     Areas 20, 22, and 23 - Trash Dumps: The Caduceus Glory Hole
     Area 24 - Part of Main Camp
     Area 34 - Part of Main Camp: Company G
     Areas 39, 53, and 40 - Fifth Infantry Outpost and the Camp in Retrospect
     The Camp in Retrospect

7. Captain Reno’s Heavy Artillery
     Areas 44, 41, and 42 - Ordnance Corps
     Area 16 - Sutler
     Area 18 - Forge Area #3: Possible Headquarters

8. General Johnston and Staff: Department of Utah Headquarters
     Area 21 - Sentinel
     Area 50 - Water Supply Area: Possible Headquarters

9. Conclusion on Old Camp Floyd

10. West Creek
     Area 1 - Second Dragoons

11. Artifact Photographs

Appendices
     A. A Brief History of the Utah War
     B. Utah Army Units: June 26, 1858
     C. Old Camp Floyd Buttons
     D. Old Camp Floyd Bullets
     E. Old Camp Floyd Coins
     F. West Creek Coins
     G. Metal Detector Hints for Relic Hunting

Bibliography

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Roll Call at Old Camp Floyd, Utah Territory

Soldiers of Johnston’s Army at the Upper Camp

By Roger B. Nielson

8 July to 8 September 1858

Contents

Introduction

Army Units

Army Camps

Camps of the Army Leading to Old Camp Floyd

Map of Old Camp Floyd Reserve

1858 Sketch of Old Camp Floyd, Cedar Valley, Utah

Photos

Chapter 1     Army Staff

Chapter 2     Fifth Infantry Regiment

Chapter 3     Tenth Infantry Regiment

Chapter 4     Second Dragoon Regiment

Chapter 5     Mixed Battalion

Chapter 6     Volunteer Battalion

Chapter 7     Light Artillery Battery

Chapter 8     Heavy Artillery Battery

Chapter 9     Chronology of Old Camp Floyd

Chapter 10    Army Followers

Chapter 11    Officer Index

Chapter 12    Enlisted Index

Bibliography / References

Suggested Reading

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Old Camp Floyd & West Creek

As Seen Through the Eyes of a Relic Hunter

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