"U. S. Army Indian Wars: Campaigns of Generals Custer, Miles, & Crook, with the Sioux & Cheyenne, Chief Joseph & the Nez Perce; Captain Jack & The Modoc, Invaders & Indian Wars in Texas & The South" (3 Volumes In 1) by Cyrus T. Brady covers the most famous Indian Wars of the 19th Century.
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Cyrus T. Brady (1861-1920) was a historian and novelist. His novels, were based on incidents and historical figures in American history. He also published a non-fiction series called "Fights And Fighters." He used primary sources; diaries, letters, and journals, some unpublished, which made him unusual for popular historians of his time. He wrote in clear, simple language that made his books popular; unlike the stuffy verbose prose of the professional historian of his day.
This book is a compilation of 3 of Brady's books on US Indian Wars in 1 low-priced e-book volume.
Book I, "Campaigns of Generals Custer, Miles, Crook, Terry, & Sheridan with the Sioux & Cheyenne" covers the Plains Indian wars. In this struggle the Sioux & Cheyenne tried to stop the invasion of white settlers into their hunting grounds. These wars produced the famous Indian Chiefs Gall, Crazy Horse, and Sitting Bull. They also led to the most famous battle of U. S. Indian Wars.;The Battle of the Little Big Horn in which Custer & his command were wiped out.
Book II, "Chief Joseph and the Nez Perce War & Captain Jack and the Modoc War" cover the most famous of the Indian Wars of the Northwest.
Book III, "Invaders And Indian Wars In Texas And In The South" deals with early battles and Indian Wars in the Southern States and Texas; the battle of King's Mountain during the American Revolution, The Creek War of Andrew Jackson, The Seminole War, and the struggle for Texas independence.
Brady incorporates into his works some actual eyewitness accounts. This gives a more complete view of the various wars than the usual straight historical treatment, as it allows the airing of conflicting points of view to be heard.
A must-read for those interested in the Indian Wars of the 19th Century. This e-book also contains the illustrations Brady used in the original volumes.
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