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Autobiography and Reminiscences of Theophilus Noel

By: Noel, Theophilus

Price: $250.00

Publisher: Chicago, By Author, 1904

Edition: First Edition


349 pages, frontis, illustrations. The author served in the 4th Cavalry, accounts of Sibley's expeditions in Texas. View more info

Bad Medicine & Good Tales of the Kiowas

By: Nye. Wilbur Sturtevant

Price: $50.00

Publisher: Norman, University of Oklahoma Press, 1962

Edition: First Edition


291 pages, illustrations, slight wear to jacket. The author interviewed many of the Indians who participated in the events. View more info

Bannack Piute War The Campaign and Battles

By: Weatherford, Mark V.

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Corvallis Oregon, Lehnert Printing Company, 1957


93 pages, 1 of 500 copies, INSCRIBED by author. View more info

Bards Of The Little Big Horn

By: Dippie, Brian W., John M. Carroll

Price: $105.00

Publisher: Bryan Texas, Guidon Press, 1978

Edition: First Edition


343 pages, LIMITED EDITION, limited to 350 copies signed by Dippie and Carroll. Collection of poetry relating to Custer and the Little Big Horn. Swinford Non High-Spot View more info

Battle At Sand Creek The Military Perspective

By: Michno, Gregory F.

Price: $125.00

Publisher: El Segundo, CA, Upton & Sons, 2004

Edition: First Edition


329 pages, photos, maps, map end-papers. Collector's edition, #34 of 50 copies bound in leather and SIGNED by the author. Montana and the West Series Volume XV. The author focuses on the perspective of the white soldiers and civilians of Colorado Territory in the 1860s. Also contains a roster of members of the 1st and 3rd Colorado Cavalry and list of casualties. View more info

Battle Drums and Geysers The Life and Journals of Lt. Gustavas Cheyney Doane, Soldier and Explorer of the Yellowstone and Snake River Regions

By: Bonney, Lorraine, Orrin H.

Price: $50.00

Publisher: Chicago, Sage Books, 1970

Edition: First Edition


622 pages, frontis, maps, illustrations. "Doane kept a journal while he co-led the 1st official exploration of the Yellowstone area in 1870." View more info

Battle Drums and Geysers The Life and Journals of Lt. Gustavas Cheyney Doane, Soldier and Explorer of the Yellowstone and Snake River Regions

By: Bonney, Lorraine, Orrin H.

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Chicago, Sage Books, 1970

Edition: First Edition


622 pages, frontis, maps, illustrations. "Doane kept a journal while he co-led the 1st official exploration of the Yellowstone area in 1870." View more info

Battlefield and Classroom Four Decades With the American Indian 1867-1904 Edited With an Introduction by Robert Utley

By: Pratt, Richard Henry

Price: $40.00

Publisher: Lincoln, University of Nebraska Press, 1987


358 pages, frontis, maps, illustrations, review copy with card laid in. Pratt was a Lieutenant in the Tenth Cavalry and stationed at Fort Arbuckle. He later built and founded the Carlisle Indian School. Custer and the Washita Campaign, Fort Sill, Camp Supply, Fort Griffin and the Texas Frontier, Kicking Bird, Fort Marion, Apaches, Kiowas, etc. View more info

Battles and Skirmishes of the Great Sioux War 1876-1877 The Military View

By: Greene, Jerome A.

Price: $37.00

Publisher: Norman, University of Oklahoma Press, 1993

Edition: First Edition


228 pages, maps, illustrations, SIGNED by author. Custer, Little Big Horn in addition to, the Battles of Rosebud Creek, Warbonnet Creek, Powder River, and others during 1876-77. Swinford mention. View more info

Before the Little Big Horn Battle of the Rosebud, Montana Territory June 17, 1876

By: Werner, Fred H.

Price: $20.00

Publisher: Greeley Colorado, By Author, 1983


65 pages, photos, illustrations, SIGNED by author. View more info

Belden, The White Chief; or Twelve Years Among The Wild Indians Of The Plains, From the Diaries and Manuscripts of George P. Belden, The Adventurous White Chief, Soldier, Hunter, Trapper And Guide.

By: Brisbin, James C, Belden

Price: $80.00

Publisher: Cincinnati, C.F. Vent, 1871


513 pages, frontis, illustrations, original cloth, wear to edges mainly upper and lower spine, owner name. In William F. Cody's ( Buffalo Bill ) Autobiography he makes reference of meeting Belden and having a shooting contest in which Cody won at 200 yards. and Belden won at 100. Vestal states that of the captivity books, this is one of the best, however Belden was not a captive by his own account. Howes 781, Rader 326, Graff 235. View more info

Belden, The White Chief; or Twelve Years Among The Wild Indians Of The Plains, From the Diaries and Manuscripts of George P. Belden, The Adventurous White Chief, Soldier, Hunter, Trapper And Guide.

By: Brisbin, James C, Belden

Price: $175.00

Publisher: Cincinnati, C.F. Vent, 1870

Edition: First Edition


513 pages, frontis, illustrations, original brown cloth with stamped Indian on front cover, gilt lettering on spine, minor edge wear, a signature pulling loose. In William F. Cody's ( Buffalo Bill ) Autobiography he makes reference of meeting Belden and having a shooting contest in which Cody won at 200 yards and Belden won at 100. BkLvrsSW pg 86, states that of the captivity books, this is one of the best, however, Belden was not a captive by his own account. Howes 7... View more info

Benteen's Scout to the Left The Route From the Divide to the Morass June 25, 1876

By: Darling, Roger

Price: $95.00

Publisher: El Segundo, CA, Upton & Sons, 1987

Edition: First Edition


85 pages, frontis, map end-papers, illustrations, maps, plain white jacket as issued. "Custer divided his command, ordering Captain Benteen to scout to the left in search of the Indian village. Darling's study meticulously examines that aspect of the campaign. He drove and walked the route, reconciling official reports with times and distance. Bound in linen with gold stamping, this edition includes 21 photos, 10 diagrams, large folding map and endpaper maps, notes, ... View more info

Benteen's Scout to the Left The Route From the Divide to the Morass June 25, 1876

By: Darling, Roger

Price: $45.00

Publisher: El Segundo, CA, Upton & Sons, 2000


On June 28, 1876, "Custer divided his command, ordering Captain Benteen to scout to the left in search of the Indian village. Darling's study meticulously examines that aspect of the campaign. He drove and walked the route, reconciling official reports with times and distance. Bound in linen with gold stamping, this edition includes 21 photos, 10 diagrams, large folding map and endpaper maps, notes, and index, 120 pages" Custer Trail Series Volume One. View more info

Besieged by the Utes The Massacre of 1879

By: Sumner, E. V.

Price: $20.00

Publisher: Century Magazine, 1891

Edition: First Edition


10 pages dis-bound from the Century Magazine Vol. XLIL (1891) written by E.V. Sumner Lt. Colonel 5th Cavalry, bound in plain wraps, Remington illustrations. Account of the 1879 Ute Campaign, White River, Meeker, Thornburgh massacre, etc. View more info