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In Years Past

April 9, 2013
The Post-Journal

In 1913, the summoning of the 13th Separate Company, which was Co. E of the 65th regiment, to strike duty in Buffalo, would enlist local attention in the disorder prevalent in the Bison city, because of the strike of street railway men, in a much greater degree than heretofore. The important news of the previous day was that the entire Fourth brigade of the national guard had been ordered out. This included the 65th and 74th regiments of Buffalo, three companies in Rochester and companies in Geneva, Olean, Hornell, Elmira, Syracuse, Oswego, Niagara Fall, Medina and Auburn.



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