FOLLOWING THE INDIAN WARS THE STORY OF THE NEWSPAPER CORRESPONDENTS AMONG THE INDIAN CAMPAIGNERS
Norman University of Oklahoma Press 1960 (xv) 348 pages. Illustrated. Maps. Bibliography. Index. Large octavo. Cloth. Dust jacket. From the jacket blurb: "Using a huge canvas, the author deploys the historical facts about more than one thousand fights between troops and Indians, the immediate, first-hand impressions of correspondents who participated in the battles and skirmishes, and his own interpretations from the combined evidence". Includes the Crook expedition, Little Big Horn, Washita, Big Hole, Powder River, the Hancock Capaign and others. A Fine copy in a somewhat rubbed, VG+ dust jacket, now in a clear mylar protective sleeve.
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Jacket Condition: Very Good +
Book Id: 1082