ON THE BORDER WITH CROOK
A firsthand account of Indian fighter General George Crook by his aide-de-camp, recalling his campaigns during the Plains Indian wars and in the Southwest from 1870 until 1886, re-creating the events and landscapes through which he moved, and includes sketches of leaders like Sitting Bull, Crazy Horse, and Geronimo.
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