This afternoon we are going to bring in the skeleton of Mr. Culbertson's second bull.
"You have a free hand, Culbertson," the very high official had said to him.
Mr. Culbertson and I lay together on the outside of the tent, and all the party were more or less drowsy.
I knocked a cow down with two balls, and Mr. Culbertson killed her.
A brief description of the Arikara village as it appeared early in June, 1850, is to be found in Culbertson's journal.
Mr. Culbertson shot it first through the neck, Bell and I in the body.
Inquiry at Culbertson located a homesteader and his boy, anxious for work, and the two were engaged.
Mr. Culbertson killed a buck, and we have sent men to bring it entire.
After dinner I worked at Mr. Culbertson's 77 head and dress, and by evening had the portrait nearly finished.
Culbertson was one of the original members of the company, and was made 3rd Corporal March 7, 1863.