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Sunday, May 6, 1832.+-

En route to Rock River.

Before noon steamboat William Wallace arrives with supplies, and later another steamboat arrives with provisions from Fort Armstrong. Volunteers begin march toward mouth of Rock River and camp is made 30 miles north of Yellow Banks on Camp Creek.John Reynolds, Reynolds' History of Illinois. My Own Times: Embracing also the History of My Life (Chicago: Chicago Historical Society, 1879), 227; Elliott, Services of Illinois Soldiers, xvii.