I have no idea whose attic this old relic has been sitting in or for how long, but it's mine now.
Second Allin conversion.
Wagon Box Fight and the Hayfield Fight. The soldiers had been guarding woodcutters and haycutters when the Indians attacked, and they took up defensive positions as the Indians tried their old trick of rushing them after the first volley of musketry. But the Indians got a surprise that day, as these new breechloaders could be reloaded very fast, and the Indians got their feathered butts handed to them in a fashion that would have made John Wayne proud.
Lucretia Borgia in tribute to it's deadliness, to kill an estimated two thousand buffalo to feed railroad workers while he was employed as a hunter for the Union Pacific as it worked it's way west across the plains.
If true, that certainly explains the shortage of Indians today. Old NFO can still shoot like Hell!