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"The Encyclopedia of North American Indian Wars is informed, informative, superbly organized, splendidly presented, thoroughly 'reader friendly', and a very high value addition to both community and academic library Native American Studies reference collections."
Midwest Book Review
"This well-thought-out, well-organized, and visually appealing encyclopedia contains a wealth of information useful to high school and college researchers, as well as the general public. It provides much-needed coverage of North American Indian wars."
"This gem of a reference tool is the latest volume in ABC-CLIO's ongoing encyclopedia series on the military history
of the United States. . . . This valuable work is appropriate for all libraries supporting programs in American history. Summing Up: Highly recommended."
"This comprehensive, gracefully written three-volume encyclopedia features articles covering all aspects of the North American Indian Wars, from 1607 to 1890, focusing on campaigns, significant persons (both Native American and European American), tribes, and legislation. . . . An excellent, comprehensive source on the topic, this is a sound purchase for college and university libraries"