Caption reads: "The Sherman House, traditionally the quarters of Fort Sill's commanding general since 1871. The house is named in honor of General William T. Sherman, General-in-Chief of the United States Armies, who visited Fort Sill in May 1871, to investigate reports of Indian depredations on the Texas frontier. While on the porch of this house, General Sherman narrowly escaped death at the hands of the Kiowa warriors Lone Wolf and Stumbling Bear." Published by Baxtone, Amarillo, Texas.
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