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Bannack Piute War The Campaign and Battles

By: Weatherford, Mark V.

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Corvallis Oregon, Lehnert Printing Company: 1957

Seller ID: 9900


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

Chronological List of Engagements Between The Regular Army of the United States and Various Tribes of Hostile Indians Which Occurred During the Years 1790 to 1898 Inclusive

By: Webb, George W.

Price: $575.00

Publisher: St. Joseph Missouri, Wing Printing and Publishing Company: 1939

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 8636


141 pages, frontis, original cloth with rubbing to edges, bookplate and signature of John M. Carroll. Lists the engagements, who was involved, and number of killed and wounded. Custer, Little Big Horn, Washita, Crook, Terry, Adobe Walls, Fetterman, Sand Creek, and all the others. View more info

Killing Custer The Battle of The Little Big Horn and the Fate of the Plains Indians

By: Welch, James

Price: $13.00

Publisher: N.Y., W.W. Norton & Co.: 1994

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 238


320 pg. Map end papers, illus. Photos. "The Indian side of the story from beneath a mountain of myth and misinterpretation" View more info

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The Apache Prisoners in Fort Marion St. Augustine Florida

By: Welsh, Herbert

Price: $975.00

Publisher: Philadelphia, Office of the Indian Rights Association: 1887

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 8056


62 pages, original wraps, chipping to cover edges. Contains much information on the Chiricahua Apaches who were captured by Miles and Crook and transferred to Florida. Contains the account of Chatto, the surrender of Geronimo, and Gatewood and Miles. Also contains a section of military correspondences of Miles, Crook, O.O. Howard, Sheridan and Washington during the time of the Indians capture and relocation. Rare! Howes W257. View more info

The Meaning of the Dakota Outbreak

By: Welsh, Herbert

Price: $55.00

Publisher: Scribner's Magazine: 1891

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 10026


12 pages un-bound taken from the 1891 edition of Scribner's Magazine. Written after the Wounded Knee event, Welsh tries to explain what led up to and caused the massacre. Much on Sitting Bull and his death, condition and status of the tribes, Grant and the Indian policy, Indian agent problems and a map showing the reservations. 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

Seller ID: 11522


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

Custer The Controversial Life of George Armstrong Custer

By: Wert, Jeffry D.

Price: $19.00

Publisher: N.Y., Simon & Schuster: 1996

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 014712


462 pgs. Photos, "Wert examines the events around the defeat of the Little Big Horn, drawing on recent archeological findings and the latest scholarship." Non high Spot Swinford View more info

The Frontier Trail Or From Cowboy To Colonel An Authentic Narrative of Forty-three Years in the Old West as Cattle-man, Indian Fighter and Army Officer By Colonel Homer W. Wheeler (Retired) U.S.Army (Late Fifth Cavalry)

By: Wheeler, Homer W.

Price: $275.00

Publisher: L.A., Times-Mirror Press: 1923

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 13133


334pgs, illustrations, chipping to jacket edges, inside rear jacket flap missing, INSCRIBED by the author. Rare in jacket! Wheeler served also as a post trader and Indian agent, and was in command of Fort Reno in Oklahoma Territory. Excellent on Indians and Indian government scouts. A chapter on Wild Bill Hickok and one entitled "western Badmen". Howes W322 Rader 3628 Six-Guns 2376 scarce View more info

The Frontier Trail Or From Cowboy To Colonel An Authentic Narrative of Forty-three Years in the Old West as Cattle-man, Indian Fighter and Army Officer By Colonel Homer W. Wheeler (Retired) U.S.Army (Late Fifth Cavalry)

By: Wheeler, Homer W.

Price: $495.00

Publisher: L.A., Times-Mirror Press: 1923

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 13134


334pgs, illustrations, slight edge wear to book and jacket, INSCRIBED by the author. Rare in jacket! Wheeler served also as a post trader and Indian agent, and was in command of Fort Reno in Oklahoma Territory. Excellent on Indians and Indian government scouts. A chapter on Wild Bill Hickok and one entitled "western Badmen". Howes W322 Rader 3628 Six-Guns 2376 scarce View more info

Buffalo Days, Forty Years in the Old West: The Personal Narrative of a Cattleman, Indian Fighter and Army Officer,by Wheeler Homer, with introduction by Major General James G. Harbord

By: Wheeler, Homer W.

Price: $20.00

Publisher: Indianapolis, Bobbs Merrill: 1925

Edition: First Thus

Seller ID: 015049


369 pages. Illustrations, frontis, photos, slight edge wear. The first edition was published in 1923. Wheeler served also as a post trader and Indian agent, and was in command of Fort Reno in Oklahoma Territory. Excellent on Indians and Indian government scouts. A chapter on Wild Bill Hickok and one entitled "western Badmen". Howes W322, Rader 3627, Six Guns 2375 scarce Herd 2499. View more info

Buffalo Days, Forty Years in the Old West: The Personal Narrative of a Cattleman, Indian Fighter and Army Officer,by Wheeler Homer, with introduction by Major General James G. Harbord

By: Wheeler, Homer W.

Price: $185.00

Publisher: Indianapolis, Bobbs Merrill: 1925

Edition: First Thus

Seller ID: 015096


369 pages. Illustrations, frontis, photos, minor soiling, owner name in pencil, chipping to jacket edges. The first edition was published in 1923. This second edition was issued with two different dust jackets, one with a trooper on horseback and the other with a standing Indian which this copy is. Wheeler served also as a post trader and Indian agent, and was in command of Fort Reno in Oklahoma Territory. Excellent on Indians and Indian government scouts. A chapter on W... View more info

The Whipple Report Journal of an Expedition from San Diego California to the Rio Colorado from Sept. 11 to Dec 11, 1849 by A. W. Whipple Lieutenant United States Topographical Engineers

By: Whipple, A. W., Edwards, E. L.

Price: $65.00

Publisher: Los Angeles, Westernlore Press: 1961

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 5147


100 pages, illustrations, 1 of 900 copies. View more info

Experiences of a Special Indian Agent

By: White, E. E.

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Norman, University of Oklahoma Press: 1965

Edition: First Thus

Seller ID: 8762


340 pages, illustrations. Vol. 29 of the Western Frontier Library Series, reprinted from the 1893 1st ed. White (Special Indian Agent) visited the Indian Reservations in the 1880s, and relates his experiences. Fort Sill, Fort Reno, Clay County Texas, Denver, Cheyenne, Salt Lake City, Pine Ridge, much on Quanah Parker and Cynthia Ann Parker, Sioux and the Utes, etc. Gives a listing of salaries and expenditures for Indian Reservations, including Indian Agent's salaries. View more info

Service on the Indian Reservations Being the Experiences of a Special Indian Agent While Inspecting Agencies and Serving as Agent for Various Tribes Including Explanations of How the Government Service is Conducted on the Reservations, Descriptions of Agencies, Anecdotes Illustrating the Habits, Customs, and Peculiarities of the Indians and Humorous Anecdotes and Stories of Travel

By: White, E. E.

Price: $975.00

Publisher: Little Rock, Diploma Press,: 1893

Edition: 1st Edition

Seller ID: 014558


336 pages, illustrations, original cloth, minor edge wear, light foxing. White (Special Indian Agent) visited the Indian Reservations in the 1880s, and relates his experiences. Fort Sill, Fort Reno, Clay County Texas, Denver, Cheyenne, Salt Lake City, Pine Ridge, much on Quanah Parker and Cynthia Ann Parker, Sioux and the Utes, etc. Gives a listing of salaries and expenditures for Indian Reservations, including Indian Agent's salaries. View more info

The Promised Land A History of Brown County Texas

By: White, James C.

Price: $375.00

Publisher: Brownwood Texas, Brownwood Banner: 1941

Edition: 1st Edition

Seller ID: 014800


Original pictorial wraps, 123 pages, very slight wear. Rather scarce Texas item with much on the early settlement and numerous accounts on Indians and Indian fights. Contains a by name listing of pioneers who were registered at the Brown County Pioneer Association in 1935, many who came to the county in the 1870s. Herd 2504. View more info

Hostiles & Horse Soldiers Indian Battles & Campaigns in the West

By: White, Lonnie J.

Price: $45.00

Publisher: Boulder Colorado, Pruett Publishing Co.: 1972

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 5076


229 pages, maps, illustrations. Covers the major battles and many minor ones. Custer, Washita, Crook, Wagon Box Fight, Fetterman Massacre, Red Cloud, Miles, Lone Wolf, Beecher Island, etc. View more info

A Complete Life Of General George A. Custer

By: Whittaker, Frederick

Price: $65.00

Publisher: N.Y., Sheldon & Co.: 1876

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 015048


The true first edition, 648 pages, illustrations, frontis. original green pictorial cloth, hinges cracked, wear to edges and spine, overall a good reading / reference copy. The first biography of Custer, published three months after his death. A standard work on Custer. Luther 1. View more info

To The Edge Of Darkness A Chronicle Of The 1876 Indian War General Gibbon's Montana Column and The Reno Scout March 14-June 20, 1876

By: Willert, James

Price: $65.00

Publisher: El Segundo, CA, Upton: 1998

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 7649


191 pages, maps, illustrations, Limited edition, of 1,050 copies, Custer Trail Series Volume Seven , Willert examines the daily happenings and adventures of the Montana Column and the controversial Reno Scout. View more info

Lieutenant Morton's 1871 Scout From Camp Verde Arizona Territory

By: Wilson, Britt W.

Price: $45.00

Publisher: Banning California, Britt Wilson: 1997

Seller ID: 3260


32 pages, fold-out map, signed by the author. Morton was ordered to recover a herd of animals driven off by Indians. The patrol turned out to be more than routine, 52 Indians were killed and others wounded. View more info

Buffalo Bill's Wild West An American Legend

By: Wilson, R. L., Greg Martin

Price: $30.00

Publisher: N.Y., Random House: 1998

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 14203


316 pages, photos, illustrations. View more info