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As many as eighteen enlisted men of Company
"D," 9th U.S. Infantry once served duty
here within the now crumbling walls of "Fort Pah-Ute."
Although never established as an official fort,
"Pah-Ute Creek," as it was commonly called, did house
a small number of army troops from November 17, 1867
to May 3, 1868.
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