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Maj. Joseph W. Wham.
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Sarah Wham Illinois Sarah Wham in United States Federal Census Sarah Wham was born circa , at birth place, Illinois, to Wm Wham and Louisa Wham. Sarah had 5 siblings: Elizabeth Wham, Martha Wham and 3 other siblings. Joseph W. Latimer. Joseph White Latimer (Aug – August 1, ), "The Boy Major," was a promising young officer in the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia's artillery branch during the American Civil War. He was mortally wounded at the Battle of s/wars: American Civil War.
Although the Wham Paymaster Robbery is today one of the least known robberies of the Old West, it was nonetheless one of the most daring robberies of the time. The robbery occurred on , when a band of robbers ambushed a US Army payroll in the possession of US Army Paymaster Major Joseph W. Wham, and his escort. Get this from a library! Headquarters, 24th Infantry, Fort Bayard, New Mexico, Novem orders no. it is with great pleasure that the Colonel Commanding publishes to the regiment the following extract from the report of Major J.W. Wham, paymaster U.S. Army, upon the fight between his escort and robbers, near Cedar Springs, Arizona, on May 11th,
The Illinois Civil War Project: A successful project to put Illinois Civil War Rosters, History and More on the Internet. Joseph W. Bendersky, a specialist in German history, anti-Semitism, and the Holocaust, has authored numerous books and articles. His book, The "Jewish Threat": Anti-Semitic Politics of the U.S. Army (Basic Books, ), was a finalist for the National Jewish Book Award and has been translated into Japanese. Most of his work focuses on Carl Schmitt, the most controversial political and legal.
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The Wham Curse is Virgil Alexander's 1st published novel. I had a hard time putting it down once I started reading. It is a fast moving crime drama that takes place near the San Carlos Indian /5(15).
Motive is the major missing element, and nothing makes sense until a one-hundred-year old unsolved crime comes to light. In the 19th Century: Near the end of the 's in the same vacinity as the present-day murder, US Army Major Joseph W.
Wham, Paymaster, and his twelve-soldier escort were ambushed and the payroll in gold and silver coins was 5/5(1). Full text is unavailable for this digitized archive article.
Subscribers may view the full text of this article in its original form through TimesMachine. On the 11th of Mayat a spot 15 miles NW of the town of Maj. Joseph W. Wham. book, in Graham County, Arizona, one of the most baffling and bizarre crimes of the West was perpetrated.
$29, dollars - the entire payroll of the soldiers at Army posts in eastern AZ was taken off the stage on Maj. Joseph W. Wham after a gun battle that disabled his escort of 11 colored soldiers.4/5(1).
THE PAYROLL AMBUSH Buffalo Soldier Print by Don Stivers The ambush of Paymaster MAJ Joseph W. Wham,Arizona Territory Lim Ed of S/N Current price. U.S. Army paymaster Major Joseph W. Wham and his military escort were robbed of more than $28, in gold and silver coins on along the road between Fort Grant and Fort Thomas about fifteen miles west of Pima, Arizona.
Shortly after midday ona band of robbers ambushed U.S. army Paymaster Maj. Joseph Washington Wham (pronounced Wham, as in bomb) and his military escort along the Fort Grant-Fort Thomas Road about fifteen miles west of Pima in the Gila River Valley.
The Wham Paymaster Robbery of is the popular name for the theft of $28, dollars from the United States Army in Arizona Territory.
On a gang of bandits attacked a small troop of Buffalo Soldiers under the command of Paymaster Major Joseph W. Wham. During the ensuing shootout, the bandits forced the soldiers to retreat and then robbed their wagon. Shortly after midday on Saturday,a band of robbers ambushed U. Army Paymaster Major Joseph W.
Wham and his military escort along the Fort Grant - Fort Thomas Road about 15 miles west of Pima in the Gila River Valley. Following a hard-fought gun battle, the bandits made off with more than $28, in gold and silver coins.
When not on patrol, the buffalo soldiers garrisoned at forts surrounded by small villages largely comprising saloons and gambling parlors. They often lived in squalid and poorly ventilated barracks, typically having to bathe in a nearby creek.
They ate beef, bacon, potatoes, beans and, with good luck, fruit or jam. 少佐ジョセフ・W・ワーム(Major Joseph W. Wham)はアリゾナ準州のフォート・グラント(Fort Grant)からフォート・トマス(Fort Thomas)まで給与を運んでいたとき、少佐ワームとそのバッファロー・ソルジャーの護衛11人は、伏兵攻撃を受けた。襲撃中、盗賊らは、兵士8人 場所: アリゾナ準州フォート・トマス(Fort Thomas)近く.
Major Wham was at one time Warden of the Penitentiary at Joliet,Ill., which had previously cost the State $1, a day and soon made it pay a net revenue to the State of about $3, a month.” The following is a paragraph from The Wham Robbery by Donald N.
Bentz: “Joseph Washington Wham was born in Illinois on Janu The Wham Curse: : Virgil Alexander: Libros en idiomas extranjeros. Saltar al contenido principal. Prueba Prime Hola, Identifícate Cuenta y listas Identifícate Cuenta y listas Pedidos Suscríbete a Prime Cesta.
Todos los departamentos. Ir Buscar Los Más Reviews: One high profile case was the infamous Wham Paymaster Robbery which occurred on After US Army Paymaster Major Joseph W. Wham, had paid the salaries of the soldiers at Fort Grant, he along with an escort of eleven Buffalo Soldiers, were making their way to Fort Thomas, when they were ambushed 18 miles from their destination.
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Buy The Wham Curse by Alexander, Virgil (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. One high profile case was the infamous Wham Paymaster Robbery which occurred on After US Army Paymaster Major Joseph W. Wham, had paid the salaries of the soldiers at Fort Grant, he along with an escort of eleven Buffalo Soldiers, were making their way to Fort Thomas.
WASHINGTON, Feb. -- Paymaster Joseph W. Wham of the army, who was robbed by an armed gang of thieves of Government funds amounting to over $28, in May last in Arizona, is likely to be. The battle occurred on in Southeast Arizona between Fort Grant and Fort Thomas, when a band of robbers ambushed US Army Paymaster Major Joseph W.
Wham and eleven Buffalo Soldiers escorting $28, of military payroll. The soldiers distinguished themselves in defense of the payroll. One of Frederic Remington’s classic Western paintings was inspired by the Wham payroll robbery.
The career of Army paymaster Maj. Joseph W. Wham was approaching its inglorious conclusion in.The Wham Curse: Virgil Alexander: Books - Skip to main content. Try Prime EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Orders Try Prime Cart. Books Go Search Hello Select your.This website contains a listing of nea Original Companions who served as officers during the Civil War or continued in the military service after the War, eventually becoming commissioned officers.
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