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Sioux War Dispatches

Reports from the Field, 1876-1877

by Marc H Abrams

"Sioux War Dispatches: Reports from the Field, 1876-1877," tells the story of the Great Sioux War, including the battle of the Little Big Horn, primarily through the eyes of contemporary newspaper correspondents, both civilian and military. The volume begins with the Black Hills dilemma and the issue of the unceded territory (the disputed lands that were adjacent to the Great Sioux Reservation) and continues through to the spring of 1877 with the surrender of the legendary Sioux leader Crazy Horse. Along the way readers will learn about the Reynolds battle, the skirmish at Tongue River Heights, the battle of the Rosebud, the battle of the Little Big Horn, the skirmish at Warbonnet Creek, the fight at Slim Buttes, and more. In addition to numerous annotated excerpts from those who were there, are rare original dispatches, reprinted in full, that will take readers on a wild ride through several battles.

429 pp ~ illustrated 2012

 

 

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8159-416-156 hardcover $35.00 $29.75 $5.25 Buy
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ISBN: 1594161569
CATEGORY: History - War

May 2012
 
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