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eBook The Sioux Indian Wars, from the Powder River to the Little Big Horn download ISBN: 0880298979
Author: Cyrus Brady
Publisher: Barnes Noble Books; First Edition; First Printing edition (September 1994)
Language: English
Pages: 423
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Category: History
Subcategory: Americas

Sioux Indian Wars book. Actually, quite an interesting "dated" understanding of the Sioux Indian Wars - compiled from a lot of first-hand contemporary writings. John Zemp rated it liked it Dec 29, 2013.

Sioux Indian Wars book. Carol rated it really liked it Jun 23, 2012. Angry Betty rated it really liked it Jan 24, 2010. John rated it really liked it Mar 27, 2015. James T. rated it really liked it May 28, 2017. See a Problem? We’d love your help. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Sioux Indian Wars: From Powder River to Little Big Horn. by. Cyrus Townsend Brady.

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History of 19th century wars between the US and the Sioux nation. Sioux Indian Wars : From Powder River to Little Big Horn. by Cyrus Townsend Brady. Select Format: Hardcover.

Valley Little BigHorn US 7th Cavalry Custers LastStand 1876 Sioux . Osprey - Sioux Warrior vs US Cavalryman Little Big Horn Campaign (Combat 43).

Valley Little BigHorn US 7th Cavalry Custers LastStand 1876 Sioux Battle History.

From Bull Run to the Little Big Horn. DeLand, Charles Edmund. Vol. 15 of South Dakota Historical Collections. --. West River History: The Indian Village on Little Bighorn River, June 25–26, 1876. American West 5, no. 2 (March 1968), pp. 51, 61, 64. Burt, Struthers. Powder River, Let ’Er Buck. New York: Farrar and Rinehart, 1938. Hipple Printing, 1930. Helena: Montana Historical Society Press, 1996. Frazer, Robert W. Forts of the West: Military Forts and Presidios and Posts Commonly Called Forts West of the Mississippi to 1898.

American Horse was a Sioux chief during the Lakota Wars of the 1860s and 1870s

American Horse was a Sioux chief during the Lakota Wars of the 1860s and 1870s. His capture and death was one in a series of defeats for the Sioux after the historic Battle of the Little Bighorn (1876). The son of Old Smoke becomes a shirt-wearer. American Horse, also known as Iron Shield, was the son of Old Smoke, leader of the Smoke People. The Smoke People were also referred to as the Bad Faces. Cyrus Townsend Brady in The Sioux Indian Wars from the Powder River to the Little Big Horn said, " Even the women had used guns, and had displayed all the bravery and courage of the Sioux. The death of American Horse. American Horse had been shot in the gut.

Approximately fourteen miles east of the Little Big Horn River, this position allowed his scouts to spot a large pony herd and village in the . The defeat at the Little Bighorn cost Custer his life, as well as 267 killed and 51, wounded

Approximately fourteen miles east of the Little Big Horn River, this position allowed his scouts to spot a large pony herd and village in the far distance. The village that Custer's Crow scouts saw was one of the largest ever gatherings of Plains Native Americans. The defeat at the Little Bighorn cost Custer his life, as well as 267 killed and 51, wounded. Native American casualties are estimated at between 36 and 300+. In the wake of the defeat, the US Army increased its presence in the region and began a series of campaigns which greatly increased the pressure on the Native Americans.

Within five years, almost all of the Sioux and Cheyenne would be confined to reservations. Citation Information.

The Battle of the Little Bighorn, fought on June 25, 1876, near the Little Bighorn River in Montana Territory, pitted federal troops led by Lieutenant Colonel George Armstrong Custer (1839-76) against a band of Lakota Sioux and Cheyenne warriors. Custer was unaware of the number of Indians fighting under the command of Sitting Bull (. 831-90) at Little Bighorn, and his forces were outnumbered and quickly overwhelmed in what became known as Custer’s Last Stand. Battle of the Little Bighorn: Mounting Tensions. Within five years, almost all of the Sioux and Cheyenne would be confined to reservations. Battle of the Little Bighorn.

History of 19th century wars between the US and the Sioux nation.Hardcover with jacket,1992
Comments: (2)
Arakus
If you had to get one book on the Indian wars during the mid 1800's (not just the Sioux, but Cheyenne, Arapaho, etc), get this one. Brady was a historian that lived during the early 1900s and wrote this book in story form with detailed descriptions of the warriors and soldiers, the landscape, pictures, etc; so it's easy to enjoy. He knew many of the people involved, and treated all with respect. Many of the soldiers were still alive when he wrote the book. Included are letters from General Carpenter, some of the survivors of Beecher's Island and the fighting near Fort Phil Kearny, etc. (I've only gone through half the book and I'm getting ready to read about Gen. Custer. Can't wait!)

HOMESCHOOLERS: We homeschool, also, and if you're interested in studying American History and the expansion West after the Civil War, you'll love this book.
Yellow Judge
I liked the fact that the author was able to interview some of the people involved, except Custer, of course.