COUNTING COUP AND CUTTING HORSES: Intertribal Warfare on the Northern Plains, 1738-1889
The comprehensive history of more than 150 years of inter-tribal warfare between northern Plains tribes and a study of the complex rivalries that prevailed among the Native societies that migrated into and around the region. Illus.
Publishing status: Current
Item #: 3737381
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