Relations with the Indians of the Plains, 1857-1861: A Documentary Account of the Military Campaigns and Negotiations of Indian Agents - with Reports and Journals of P.G. Lowe, R.M. Peck, J.E.B. Stuart, S.D. Sturgis, and other Official Papers. LeRoy R. Hafen, Ann W. Hafen.

Relations with the Indians of the Plains, 1857-1861: A Documentary Account of the Military Campaigns and Negotiations of Indian Agents - with Reports and Journals of P.G. Lowe, R.M. Peck, J.E.B. Stuart, S.D. Sturgis, and other Official Papers

Glendale, CA: Arthur H. Clark Company, 1959. First Edition. 310pp. Octavo [24.5] Green cloth with the title and bands gilt stamped on the backstrip. Near fine. Fold-out map present at p. 301. Item #4381

Edited, with introduction and notes by LeRoy R. and Ann W. Hafen. Ninth volume in the well-received series 'Far West and the Rockies.' "The documents comprise journals and official and newspaper reports of the Indian campaigns of Colonel E.V. Summer and Major John Sedgwick against the Cheyennes and other tribes of Western Kansas and Colorado. Included are the 1860 diary of J.E.B. Stuart; letters of Sedgwick describing the founding of Fort Wise (later Fort Lyon) on the Arkansas; and contemporary and reminiscent accounts by other participants. Clark/Brunet 118.

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