September 1921


Volume 6, Issue 3

Sidney J Handsley

Thomas C Turner

SEPTEMBER 1st: 1846, Savannah ordered to Sacramento to suppress rising of Walla Walla Indians; 1918, Marines ashore from Brooklyn in Vladivistok; 1919, 15th Separate Battalion rendered honors to General Pershing on his final departure from France, also reviewed by Marshal Foch.

September 3rd: 1908, Marines participate in parade at Melbourne, Australia; 1912, First Lieutenant Harold F. Wirgman made return trip Managua to Corinto, Nicaragua; 1920, Map Detachment under Captain Charles D. Barrett, sailed from Hoboken.

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