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A Plea for the Indians; with Facts and Features of the Late War in Oregon.

By: Beeson, John

Price: $375.00

Publisher: N.Y., By Author, 1858

3rd edition, Original wraps, 144 pages, very slight edge wear. Graff 233, Wagner-Camp 284, Howes B314, Mintz 28, "Beeson left Illinois in March and travelled by way of the Humbolt to Rogue River, arriving at the end of September." Streeter, "This pamphlet's value lies not in its account of an overland journey, which takes only a few pages, but in the description of the harsh treatment of the Indians by the emigrants, and in giving the Indian point of view of ... View more info

A Selection Of Some Of The Most Interesting Narratives Of Outrages Committed By The Indians In Their Wars With The White People Also, An Account of their manners, Customs, Traditions, Religious Sentiments, Mode of Warfare,

By: Loudon, Archibald

Price: $25.00

Publisher: N.Y., Arno Press & The New York Times, 1971

Title Continued...Military Tactics, Discipline and Encampments, Treatment of Prisoners, which are better Explained, and more Minutely Related, than has been heretofore done, by any other Author on that subject. Many of the Articles have never been before appeared in print. The whole Compiled from the best Authorities. HB. Dj. 2 volumes in one 658 total pages a reprint of the 1808 edition. View more info

Across the Continent with the Fifth Cavalry

By: Price, George F.

Price: $500.00

Publisher: N.Y., D. Van Nostrand, Publishers, 1883

Edition: First Edition

505 pages, + Errata, frontis, illustrations, original decorative cloth with the slightest of edge wear, hinges starting but solid, very attractive copy, housed in a slipcase. The unit saw much action on the plains from Texas to Montana. Contains military records of it's officers. Wesley Merritt, Buffalo Bill, Carr, Custer, Crook, etc. Rader 2735, Howes 582, Graff 3361. View more info

Across the Plains in 1853

By: Ward, D. B.

Price: $5,750.00

Publisher: Seattle Wash, by author, 1911

Edition: 1st Edition

Original printed wraps, string tied, 55 pages, photo, very slight wear, housed in a custom case. Thomas Streeter's copy with his bookplate. Many interesting stories such as crossing streams, problems with Indians, buffalos, stampede, difficulties on the trail, etc. Howes W94, "Started from Arkansas, followed the Santa Fe Trail to Colorado, then north to the Overland Trail and Oregon." Graff 4530, Mintz 480, Rittenhouse 621, Streeter, "I have put it in my col... View more info

Adventures With Indians And Game Or Twenty Years In The Rocky Mountains

By: Allen, William A.

Price: $325.00

Publisher: Chicago, A.W. Bowen & CO., 1903

Edition: First Edition

302 pgs, illustrated, frontis, ¾ leather rebacked, marbled boards, top edge gilt, insides very clean. Howes A165, Graff 44 Known as "Montana Allen" tells of his adventures, hunting, Indian fights, etc. Luther mention, Dustin 1. View more info

After Wounded Knee Correspondence of Major and Surgeon John Vance Lauderdale While Serving With the Army Occupying the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation 1890-1891.

By: Green, Jerry, John Vance

Price: $35.00

Publisher: East Lansing, Michigan State University Press, 1996

Edition: First Edition

184 pages, frontis, map, photos. View more info

American Carnage Wounded Knee, 1890 Foreword by Thomas Powers

By: Greene, Jerome A.

Price: $38.00

Publisher: Norman, University of Oklahoma Press, 2014

Edition: 1st Edition

599 pages, illustrations, SIGNED by author. View more info

American Carnage Wounded Knee, 1890 Foreword by Thomas Powers

By: Greene, Jerome A.

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Norman, University of Oklahoma Press, 2014

599 pages, illustrations. View more info

American Epic: The Story of the American Indian

By: Marriott, Alice, Rachlin Carol K.

Price: $10.00

Publisher: N.Y., G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1969

254 pgs, photos, ex-lib with usual markings, History of the Indians from pre-white invasion to present times 1900s View more info

American Indian Policy In Crisis Christian Reformers and the Indian 1865-1900

By: Prucha, Francis Paul

Price: $30.00

Publisher: Norfolk, Neb., University of Oklahoma Press, 1976

Edition: First Edition

456 pages, maps, illustrations, minor edge wear to jacket. Homestead and Dawes Acts, attempts at reform, treaties, Custer and Little Big Horn mention, Bufalo Bill and the Wild West Show, etc. View more info

American Indians Yesterday And Today A Profusely Illustrated Encyclopedia Of The American Indian

By: Grant, Bruce

Price: $30.00

Publisher: N.Y., E. P. Dutton & CO., 1958

Edition: First Edition

351 pages, illustrations. Over 200 drawings by Lorence F. Bjorklund, information on famous chiefs, warriors, Custer mention. View more info

American Military History 2 Volumes 1775-1902, & 1902-1996

By: Matloff, Maurice

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Pennsylvania, Combined Books, 1996

Vol 1 380 pages, maps. Vol 2. 419 pages, maps. Housed in a slipcase. Covers all the major events, Revolutionary War, Civil War, Custer, Little Big Horn, Mexican War, WWI, WWI, Cold War, Korean War, Vietnam, etc. View more info

An Account Of The Red River In Louisiana Drawn Up From The Returns Of Messrs. Freeman And Custis In The War Office Of The United States, Who Explored The Same In The Year 1806

By: Freeman, Thomas, Peter, Custis

Price: $30.00

Publisher: Fairfield, Washington, YE Galleon Press, 1984

74 pages, map endpapers, A reprint of the rare, 1807 printing of the third Thomas Jefferson exploration party. Freeman a surveyor, and Custis a naturalist, accompanied by a military escort, traveled up the Red River in the spring of 1806 in the vicinity of the Caddo villages where they were stopped by Spanish cavalry and forced to turn back. Wagner-Camp 6b View more info

An Apache Campaign In The Sierra Madre An Account Of The Expedition In Pursuit Of The Hostile Chiricahua Apaches In The Spring Of 1883 By John G. Bourke Captain Third Cavalry, U.S. Army

By: Bourke, John G.

Price: $275.00

Publisher: N.Y., Charles Scribner's Sons, 1886

Edition: First Edition

112pgs, illustrated, frontis, blue cloth rebound, very slight water staining on a few pages not effecting text Howes B652 aa, Rader 424. View more info

An Indian Campaign

By: Moore, H. L. Col (Horace)

Price: $1,850.00

Publisher: 1890

Edition: First Edition

NP, ND, (1890) 13 stapled pages, double columns, housed in a custom ½ leather clamshell case. When General Sheridan requested support from Crawford, governor of Kansas, Crawford asked for volunteers and Moore joined the Nineteenth Kansas Cavalry as a Lieutenant Colonel. The author gives accounts of Custer and the Washita fight and their efforts after the battle to subdue the remaining roaming Indians in Oklahoma and Sweetwater Texas, Satanta and Lone Wolf included. Ver... View more info