Indian Fights and Fighters

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U of Nebraska Press, 1971 M01 1 - 423 pages
Almost three decades of Plains history are here-the Powder River expedition, Beecher's Island, the Fetterman Massacre, campaigns of Crook, Custer, and Miles-in Brady's own words and in rare eyewitness accounts.
 

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Contents

CHAPTER PAGE
3
THE TRAGEDY OF Fort Phil KEARNEY
19
THE THIRTYTWO AGAINST THE THREE THOUSAND
40
THE WaconBox Fight
59
FORSYTH AND THE Rough Riders OF 68
71
The JournEY OF THE SCOUTS AND THE RESCUE
97
A Scouts STORY OF THE DEFENSE OF BEEchers
113
CARPENTER AND HIS BRUNETTES THE FIGHT
123
The Last of Custer
237
ONE OF THE Last Men To See CUSTER ALIVE
263
THE PERSONAL STORY OF RAININTHEFace
279
Two INTERESTING AFFAIRS
293
THE FIRST Success
304
A Decisive Blow
312
Miles Great CAMPAIGNING
319
WHAT THEY ARE THERE FOR A SKETCH OF Gen
339

WITH CROOKS ADVANCE
183
GHT
203
THE GRIEVANCE OF RAININTHEFace
209
THE LITTLE BIG HORN CAMPAIGN
216
Appendix ABeing A FURTHER DISCUSSION OF GENERAL
359
APPENDIX BFURTHER LIGHT ON THE CONDUCT OF MAJOR
398
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James T. King's other publications include War Eagle: A Life of General Eugene A. Carr.

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