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Bugles Banners & War Bonnets From Fort Riley to the Little Big Horn A Study of Lt. Col. George A. Custer's 7th Cavalry, the Soldiers, their weapons and equipment,

By: Reedstrom, Ernest L.

Price: $30.00

Publisher: Caxton Printers, 1977

Edition: First Edition


362 pgs, illus, photos, maps, ink name. View more info

California Odyssey An Overland Journey on the Southern Trails, 1849

By: Goulding, William R., Patricia A. Etter, Howard R. Lamar

Price: $30.00

Publisher: Norman, The Arthur H. Clark Co., 2009

Edition: First Edition


356 pages, frontis, maps, illustrations. American Trails Series XXI. "In 1849, William R. Goulding and the Knickerbocker Exploring Company struck out for California on the southern route-a road less traveled. This rare first-person diary of the southern Gold Rush trails, introduced and annotated by Patricia A. Etter, highlights an important alternative route to the Pacific Coast. One of the best-educated Gold Rush participants, Goulding kept a remarkably articulate j... View more info

Camp On Custer Transcribing The Custer Myth

By: Liddic, Bruce R. Paul Harbaugh

Price: $100.00

Publisher: Spokane Washington, The Arthur Clark Company, 1995

Edition: First Edition


189 pages, illustrations, Limited Edition limited to 500 copies, SIGNED by the author. Interviews with Luther North, John Henley, Indian Scouts, and many others. Also contains an interview with Louis Bordeaux, Interperter, on the death of Crazy Horse. Swinford Non High-Spot View more info

Campaigning With Crook (Index)

By: Hedren, Paul L.

Price: $30.00

Publisher: Brigham City Utah, Regimental Press, 1981

Edition: First Edition


8 pages, 1 of 250 copies. Hedren provides an index to the 1890 book by Charles King, Campaigning With Crook. Very useful resource. View more info

Campaigning With Custer and the Nineteenth Kansas Volunteer Cavalry on the Washita Campaign, 1868 - 69 By David L. Spotts Comprising His Daily Diary of The Thrilling Events on the Winter Campaign Against the Hostile Cheyennes, Kiowas and Comanches Edited

By: Spotts, David L. Brininstool E. A.

Price: $45.00

Publisher: N.Y., Argonaut Press LTD, 1965

Edition: First Thus


215 pages, frontis, photos, slight exterior wear. Custer, The Washita Campaign, California Joe, Sheridan, etc. Luther High Spot 20, Rader 2965, Howes S843 View more info

Campaigning With King Charles King, Chronicler of the Old Army Edited and with an introduction by Paul L. Hedren

By: Russell, Don

Price: $12.00

Publisher: University of Nebraska Press, 1991

Edition: First Edition


187 pgs. Illus. Russell gives a study of King based on coorespondance and conversation with King in the 1920s. King was in the Custer's last stand campaign, saw Buffalo Bill fight Yellow Hand, knew Winfield Scott, Grant, Sheridan, Miles, Macarthur. View more info

Campaigns Of General Custer In The North-West And The Final Surrender Of Sitting Bull

By: Walker Judson Elliott

Price: $875.00

Publisher: N.Y., Jenkins & Thomas Printers, 1881

Edition: First Edition


139 pages + 10 pages of ads, spine repaired, Very nice copy! Describes the aftermath, and the surrender of Sitting Bull, and the crippling of Rain-in the-Face Luther High Spot 138, Howes W40aa View more info

Captain Jack Modoc Renegade

By: Payne, Doris Palmer

Price: $50.00

Publisher: Portland, Oregon, Binfords & Mort, 1938

Edition: First Edition


259 pages, illustrations, map end-papers ink inscription, slight chipping to jacket edges. History of the 1872-73 Modoc War and chief of the Modoc's, Captain Jack. Six-Guns 1694. View more info

Captivity of the Oatman Girls

By: Stratton, R. B.

Price: $7,500.00

Publisher: San Francisco, 1857


The rare 2nd edition, 231 pages, illustrations, containing a map which was not contained in the 1st ed. original cloth with gilt lettering on front cover, minor foxing mainly on end-papers, housed in a custom 1/4 leather clamshell case, overall a near fine copy. The Oatman family was attacked while part of a schismatic Mormon wagon train en route to California via the Old Santa Fe Route in 1851. Six members of the family were murdered, one of the sons left for dead, and ... View more info

Captivity of the Oatman Girls Being An Interesting Narrative of Life Among the Apache and Mohave Indians…

By: Stratton R.B

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Time Life, 1982


Illus.290pgs, + notes , Leather Bound Classics of the Old West Reprint of the 1857 edition, Narrative of the Oatman family who were attacked by Indians In 1851 while on the Santa Fe Trail. All were killed except one boy who escaped and later began a search for his two s isters who also survived but were taken into captivity by the Indians. View more info

Captured By Indians True Tales of Pioneer Survivors

By: Peckham, Howard H.

Price: $35.00

Publisher: N.J., Rutgers University Press, 1954

Edition: First Edition


238 pg. illus, 14 Authentic tales of Indian captivities from Mary Rowlandson and her three children taken by savages in Mass. in 1676, to Fanny Kelly who was captured on the California and Oregon trail in 1864. View more info

Carbine and Lance, The Story of Old Fort Sill, by Lieutentant Colonel W.S.Nye

By: Nye, W. S

Price: $350.00

Publisher: Norman, University of Oklahoma Press, 1937

Edition: First Edition


441 pages, frontis, illustrations, edge wear to jacket. A chapter on cattle in the Indian territory. The story of Old Fort Sill, its troopers, and its Indians, Custer and the Washita fight. Herd 1693, Rader 2496, Luther mention. View more info

Casper Collins The Life And Exploits Of An Indian Fighter Of The Sixties

By: Spring, Agnes Wright

Price: $55.00

Publisher: N.Y., Columbia University Press, 1927

Edition: First Edition


187 pages, frontis, illustrations, minor wear to jacket edges. Foreword by Maj. General Hugh L. Scott. Overland travel and Indian fighting in the mid to late 1800's. View more info

Cavalry Life In Tent And Field

By: Boyd, Orsemus B.

Price: $275.00

Publisher: N.Y., J. Selwin Tait & Sons, 1894

Edition: First Edition


376 pgs, + ads, blue pictorial cloth, slight exterior rubbing, else VG- Mrs. Boyd's accounts of army life with her husband. She him accompanied across the Sierra Nevada and the Mojave Desert. Her house was a two-room tent with a barley sack carpet. Interesting reading. Included is an Appendix titled , American Civilization, As viewed by Weeping Weasel, Late chief of the Kiowas, a lecture written by Captain Boyd, p. 332-376 Graff 374, Howes B674, Rader 437 View more info

Cavalry Wife The Diary of Eveline M. Alexander, 1866-1867 Being a Record of Her Journey from New York to Fort Smith to Join Her Cavalry-Officer Husband, Andrew J. Alexander, and her Experiences With Him on Active Duty

By: Myres, Sandra L.

Price: $35.00

Publisher: College Station Texas, Texas A&M University Press, 1977

Edition: First Edition


175 pages, frontis, map, illustrations, index. Slight edge wear to jacket, ink name, INSCRIBED by the author. The title says it all.!! View more info