Tales of the Old West | The Infantryman

He carried 50 pounds of gear, marched 10 to 20 miles a day in all kinds of weather, often without enough or clean water. At the end of a campaign, clothes were rags, boots worn out, hair and beards long and shaggy, yet they played an important role in protecting early pioneers.
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