"My Life On The Plains" by General George A. Custer, edited with an introduction by Milo Milton Quaife - softcover book - published by University Of Nebraska Press in May 1968 (second Bison Book printing) - 626 pages - original price unknown
George Armstrong Custer (1839-1876) was an American army officer and cavalry commander in the American Civil War and the Indian Wars. He wrote about the Indian wars in My Life on the Plains (1874).
1. The Great Plains
2. General Hancock's Campaign
3. A Futile Pursuit
IV. Indian Raids and Murders
V. From Fort Hays to Fort McPherson
VI. The Indians Attack the Cavalry
VII. White Deserters and Red Massacre
VIII. Futile Marches and Countermarches
IX. Launching a Winter Campaign
X. The Battle of the Washita
XI. Reaping the Fruits of Victory
XII. The Lot of Two White Captives
XIII. Waging the Winter Campaign
XIV. Red and White Diplomacy
XV. A Peace Mission and Its Results
XVI. Further Pursuit of the Cheyennes
XVII. Successful Ending of the Campaign
Condition: Fair - this copy is well read, but still in good condition - covers have wear marks/creases/scuffs & part of a sticker stuck at the lower right corner - binding is still solid - light page discoloration on covers & page edges - no torn or missing pages.
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