5 edition of Guide book to the Indian War battlefields in eastern Wyoming, Nebraska, and South Dakota found in the catalog.
Guide book to the Indian War battlefields in eastern Wyoming, Nebraska, and South Dakota
R. Kent Morgan
|Other titles||Guidebook to the Indian War battlefields|
|Statement||by R. Kent Morgan.|
|LC Classifications||E81 .M595 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||130 p. :|
|Number of Pages||130|
|LC Control Number||2006909679|
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Guide book to the Indian War battlefields in eastern Wyoming, Nebraska, and South Dakota by R. Kent Morgan,AuthorHouse edition, in English Traveler's Guide to the Great Sioux War: The Battlefields, Forts, and Related Sites of America's Greatest Indian War [Hedren, Paul] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Traveler's Guide to the Great Sioux War: The Battlefields, Forts, and Related Sites of America's Greatest Indian › Books › History › Americas. Waged over the glitter of Black Hills gold, the Sioux War of transformed the entire northern plains from Indian and buffalo country to the domain of miners, cattlemen, and other Euro-American settlers.
Keyed to official highway maps, this richly illustrated guide leads the traveler to virtually every principal landmark associated with the war, from Fort Phil Kearny where the Sioux If you want a handy guide to Sioux War sites (especially little-known or promoted ones), then you should consider purchasing this handbook.
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