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A Corps of Competent Authors and Artists, - Wild Life on the Plains and Horrors of Indian Warfare - A complete history of Indian Life, Warfare and Adventure...America.

NY, Arno Press, (1969). Reprint 1891. VG in G DJ. A reader note enclossed says "one of the best covering the Indian wars as they actually happened. Wonderful history". e taping on DJ. Big Chief's talk with the "Great White Father" in Washington. The struggle and ultimate demise of the Apaches, kiowas, Sioux, Cheyennes, Arapahoes and Pawnees in vivid detail The first part writetn by a U.S. calvalryman end depicts life after the Civil War. Legends of famous frontiersmen. This volume was first released as part of the Arno series "Mass Violence in America" edited by Richard E. Rubenstein of the Adlai Stevenson Institute and Robert M. Rogelson of the Harvart MIT Joint Venter for Urban Studies. It is the editors' fondest hope that this work and other like it will help keep adlive in a time of growing unreason the spirit of reasoned inquiry. Tape on dj front and back cover.
USD 35.00 [Appr.: EURO 32.5 | £UK 27.75 | JPą 5267] Book number BOOKS056171I

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