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Buy New/5(3). On the plains with Custer and Hancock by Isaac Taylor Coates,Johnson Books edition, in EnglishPages: On the plains with Custer and Hancock: the journal of Isaac Coates, Army surgeon. [Isaac Taylor Coates; W J D Kennedy] -- A first-hand account of General Winfield Hancock's expedition to negotiate with the Cheyenne and Sioux following the Sand Creek massacre.
Electronic books Biography: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Coates, Isaac Taylor, On the plains with Custer and Hancock. Boulder, Colo.: Johnson Books, © (DLC) (OCoLC) Named Person: Isaac Taylor Coates; George A Custer; Winfield Scott Hancock; Isaac Taylor Coates; George A Custer; Winfield Scott Hancock.
Illustrated by Charles H. Stephens. Trade Paperback. eBook. LIST PRICE $ PRICE MAY VARY BY RETAILER. Table of Contents. About The Book. This historical western was written before Custer was known as General, a time when those who knew and marched with Custer were still alive.
Edwin L. Sabin tells the story of a man who was “as great in peace as in war” from the perspective of Ned Released on: Ma This account, the second in Elizabeth's trilogy of her life with the General, focuses on the period immediately following the Civil War, when the Custers were stationed in Louisiana, Texas, and.
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"Crossing the Plains with Custer", is a completely different, companion volume to the earlier book "Exploring With Custer". This additional book follows the route of the Custer Expedition as it traveled from Ft. Lincoln (near Bismarck, North Dakota) some miles to the Black Hills (in South.
Brand new Book. books give you the best possible editions of novels, including all the original illustrations, useful and informative introductions Elizabeth Clift Bacon Custer (April 8, - April 4, ) was the wife of General George Armstrong Custer. I have read Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee, and another excellent book focused on the Nez Perce campaign What else would you recommend.
CivilWarTalk. Menu. CWT. Home. Register Latest activity Calendar. Forums. New posts. I am reading Custer's Life On The Plains, am looking for other book recommendations. A few years before the fatal clash, Custer published a series of reminiscences concerning his participation in the U.S.
Army's –69 campaigns against the Plains Indians. The evocative accounts, written during one of Custer's semiretirements rather than from the field, tell of marching, camping, furious firefights, and ruthless slaughter on. Elizabeth Custer chronicles the journey with her legendary husband, General George A.
Custer, from the time of his leaving the Army of the Potomac, through Texas, New Orleans, and to the western frontier. Her descriptions of the daily rigors of travel, survival, and the people encountered, have beco.
Libbie Custer’s Boots and Saddles, published inoffers not only an intimate and tender portrait of George Armstrong Custer. It is also a vivid record of the dangers and hardships of life on the Western frontier as experienced by the wives who followed their husbands from one army post to another.
When General Custer led his troops to annihilation in the Battle of the Little Big Horn inhe was possibly the most notorious Indian fighter the army had known. In his own time, he achieved much of his fame as a daring soldier from his own published accounts of his adventures.
Indeed, in My Life on the Plains, originally published serially in The Galaxy magazine starting in May, General Custer has left his own story of his plains days in Kansas and Nebraska. It lies before me. Mrs. Custer, his comrade of garrison and camp and march, has written several books about him.
They lie before me. There is a biography by one Captain Whittaker, written. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video An illustration of an audio speaker.
My life on the plains. Or, Personal experiences with Indians by Custer, George A. (George Armstrong), Publication date Topics Indians of North America Publisher.
Introduced by his sketch of the landscape and speculations on the history and nature of the “Indian,” Custer’s narrative begins with the expedition of Major-General Hancock in the spring of and ends with the Washita campaign on the frontiers of Kansas.
Copies also found in green, blue and maroon cloth. Howes C Graff Luther 7. Custer’s first assignment was helping Major General Winfield S. Hancock carry out a shock-and-awe campaign to overwhelm the Indians. At the end of the campaign, Custer. An autobiographical account of Custer's service on the Great Plains, from General W.
Hancock's campaign of up to the expedition to the Black Hills. Tenting on the Plains by Elizabeth B. Custer,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. She portrays the aftermath of the Civil War in Texas and life in Kansas while her husband took part in General Winfield Hancock's expedition against the Indians between the Arkansas and Platte rivers.
Throughout, she. CUSTER’S CLASSIC ACCOUNT OF MY LIFE ON THE PLAINS. CUSTER, George A. My Life on the Plains. Or, Personal Experiences with Indians. New York: Sheldon, Octavo, original green cloth, gilt buffalo-head cover motif.
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Language. Coates and Custer immediately hit it off, the doctor joining General Hancock and the colonel on expedition. Coates was soon the focal point of one of the many seriocomic adventures Custer describes in My Life on the Plains.
In mid-April, after a conference with truculent Cheyennes under Roman Nose and Bull Bear and Oglala Sioux under Pawnee Killer, the Indians rode back to their village.
General George Armstrong Custer's stories about campaigning on the Plains -- a fascinating look at both the military life then and Gen. Custer himself. KANSAS COLLECTION BOOKS My Life on the Plains, by Gen.
George A from which point I despatched a report to General Hancock, on the Arkansas, furnishing him all the information I had gained.
William Y. Chalfant's book "Hancock's War: Conflict on the Southern Plains" is an interesting read, and certainly one of the most authoritative secondary accounts of that conflict.
The author, a lawyer by training, does an excellent job scrutinizing the primary sources to determine a factual timeline of events - something difficult to achieve, given the conflicting sources of information on both sides of the conflict/5(2).
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A selection of books/e-books available in Trible Library. On the Plains with Custer and Hancock by Isaac Coates. This link opens in a new window; Call Number: Online - EBSCO. with additional chapters, of Custer's "My life on the plains".
With Custer on the Little Bighorn by William O. Taylor; Greg Martin (Editor) Call Number: E. Shortly after the Civil War ended two iconic figures from that war, Major General Winfield Scott Hancock and Major General George Armstrong Custer (now a lieutenant colonel) came to the Kansas Plains to fight Indians.
In Hancock’s mission was to discourage Indian raiding in Kansas, Colorado and Nebraska, but the famous Union general.General George Armstrong Custer's stories about campaigning on the Plains -- a fascinating look at both the military life then and Gen.
Custer himself. Chapter Two: Gen. Hancock's Campaign KANSAS COLLECTION BOOKS.Wild Life on the Plains and Horrors of Indian Warfare - Ebook written by George Armstrong Custer. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices.
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