Company H, Sixth Infantry Regiment, National Guard of California (NGC) was organized in Merced in 1893 and disbanded in 1907. The troops with its three commanding officers are seen in front of El Capitan Hotel and Southern Pacific Passenger Depot, probably before their departure to Bakersfield to break the Railroad Strike in 1894. (Courthouse Museum Collection)
Company H, Sixth Infantry Regiment, National Guard of California (NGC) was organized in Merced in 1893 and disbanded in 1907. The troops with its three commanding officers are seen in front of El Capitan Hotel and Southern Pacific Passenger Depot, probably before their departure to Bakersfield to break the Railroad Strike in 1894. (Courthouse Museum Collection)
Company H, Sixth Infantry Regiment, National Guard of California (NGC) was organized in Merced in 1893 and disbanded in 1907. The troops with its three commanding officers are seen in front of El Capitan Hotel and Southern Pacific Passenger Depot, probably before their departure to Bakersfield to break the Railroad Strike in 1894. (Courthouse Museum Collection)

Company H – Merced’s First National Guard

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