Traveler's Guide to the Great Sioux War

Traveler's Guide to the Great Sioux War

by Paul Hedren
Traveler's Guide to the Great Sioux War

Traveler's Guide to the Great Sioux War

by Paul Hedren



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“The Great Sioux War was the most famous Indian war in American history but most of its sites have been known to only a few students of the conflict—until now! This invaluable guide, by one of the leading historians of the military frontier, is essential reading for anyone interested in this epic moment from our past.”
—Paul Andrew Hutton, author of Phil Sheridan and His Army, and editor of Soldiers West and The Custer Reader.

“Paul Hedren has succeeded in making the sites and geography of the Great Sioux War come alive. This book is a must for the serious scholar, avocational traveler, or just plain history junkie.”
—Jerome A. Greene, author of Nez Perce Summer, 1877 and Yellowstone Command: Colonel Nelson A. Miles and the Great Sioux War

Product Details

BN ID: 2940148202509
Publisher: Montana Historical Society Press
Publication date: 01/14/2014
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Pages: 128
File size: 14 MB
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About the Author

Paul L. Hedren has traveled Sioux War country for three decades. He's written or edited six books, including With Crook in the Black Hills (1985), a photo survey of Crook's soldiers passing through the 1876 gold rush country. Among several current projects, Hedren is completing a comprehensive bibliography of the American works by army novelist and Great Sioux War veteran General Charles King and writing the story of the Reynolds court-martial in 1877. He resides in Williston, North Dakota, with wife Janeen and daughters Ethne and Whitney.
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