3 edition of General Crook and the Apache wars found in the catalog.
General Crook and the Apache wars
Charles Fletcher Lummis
|Statement||by Charles F. Lummis. Edited by Turbesé Lummis Fiske. Foreword by Dudley Gordon. Illus. by Don Perceval.|
|Contributions||Fiske, Turbesé Lummis, ed.|
|LC Classifications||E83.866 .C942|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 148 p.|
|Number of Pages||148|
|LC Control Number||65017580|
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General Crook took military command of the American Southwest in the war against Geronimo and the Apache.
This is a good though brief account of the Apache wars in the :// The Apache Wars begins (and began) with the abduction of a young, one-eyed boy by Apache raiders after the attacked his home, killing his father and taking off with their livestock.
This is the beginning of hostilities between the Apaches and the USA and the Apaches and :// Published inOn the Border with Crook: General George Crook, the American Indian Wars, and Life on the American Frontier, is a firsthand account of the general and the Indian campaigns and has been recognized as “one of the ten best western books of all time.” › Books › History › Americas.
George C. Crook was a career United States Army officer, Crook is most noted for his distinguished service during the Civil War and the Indian the s, the Apache nicknamed him Nantan Lupan, which means “Grey Wolf.”.
Crook was born to Thomas and Elizabeth Matthews Crook on September 8,on a farm near Taylorsville, was nominated to the United States Get this from a library. General Crook and the Apache wars. [Charles Fletcher Lummis; Turbesé Lummis Fiske; Dudley Gordon; Don Louis Perceval] -- In the early spring of the news of a fresh Apache outbreak in Arizona Territory burst from the pages of the newspapers of the United States.
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