Tenting on the Plains or General Custer in Kansas and Texas by Elizabeth B. Custer, author of “Following the Guidon,” “Boots and Saddles” Etc.
Chapter 1. Good-By to the Army of the Potomac.
Chapter 2. New Orleans after the War.
Chapter 3. A Military Execution.
Chapter 4. Marches through Pine Forests.
Chapter 5. Out of the Wilderness.
Chapter 6. A Texas Norther.
Chapter 7. Life in a Texas Town.
Chapter 8. Letters Home.
Chapter 9. Disturbed Condition of Texas.
Chapter 10. General Custer Parts with His Staff at Cairo and Detroit.
Chapter 11. Orders to Report at Fort Riley, Kansas.
Chapter 12. Westward Ho!--Fighting Dissipation in the Seventh Cavalry--General Custer’s Temptations.
Chapter 13. A Medley of Officers and Men.
Chapter 14. The Course of True Love.
Chapter 15. A Prairie Fire.
Chapter 16. Sacrifices and Self-Denial of Pioneer Duty--Captain Robbins and Colonel Cook Attacked, and Fight for Three Hours.
Chapter 17. A Flood at Fort Hays.
Chapter 18. Ordered Back to Fort Harker.
Chapter 19. The First Fight of the Seventh Cavalry.