Excerpt from Campaign of the First Troop Philadelphia City Cavalry: April 25 November 11, 1898
Sunday was the last day of rest at home that the Troopers were to enjoy for months to come. On the following Monday, Governor Hastings ordered the State Troops to mobilize at Mt. Gr... etna Thursday. President mckinley's call had made no requisition for cavalry, but Captain Groome received a personal tele. Gram from Governor Hastings saying that the Troop would be wanted without question, and the usual printed notices were sent out, ordering the men to be at the armory ready to start at five o'clock Thurs day morning. As a matter of fact, a majority of the Troopers spent the two preceding days there, help ing pack the stores and equipments, and getting every thing in perfect condition.
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