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Macomb

[ muh-kohm ]

noun

  1. a city in NW Illinois.


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“Mississippi families are being exploited for its reputation of ignorance and lack of education,” the Macomb mother of two wrote.

To this end, General Macomb will be ordered to afford you every facility you may require.

To cover any arrangements of this kind, general orders had been issued by Gen. Macomb, to the commandants of the western posts.

These companies met weekly, and were put through a course of instructions in the old Macomb's tactics.

On his arrival in advance of his troops, he was appointed to the command of a battalion under Colonel Macomb.

You will accordingly report to the commanding general, Alexander Macomb, for duty.

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