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Extract of a letter from General George Crook27883315George_Crookn 5001838053822Crook 1829-1890 GeneralCrook, General (George), 1829-1890lccn-n91004500United StatesArmyCavalry, 5thlccn-n50048060King, Charles1844-1933lccn-n79041742Custer, George A.(George Armstrong)1839-1876lccn-n87114483Finerty, John F.(John Frederick)1846-1908lccn-n80104488Bourke, John Gregory1846-1896lccn-n50016500Geronimo1829-1909lccn-n79062829Simmons, Marclccn-sh96000273McComas familylccn-n50006751Schmitt, Martin Ferdinandedtlccn-n82006359United StatesArmyCavalryCrook, George1829-1890Personal narrativesBiographySourcesRegistersHistoryCrook, George,Indians of North America--WarsUnited States.--Army.--Cavalry, 5thApache IndiansIndian Wars (Apache : 1883-1886)Dakota IndiansIndian Wars (Dakota :Custer, George A.--(George Armstrong),Geronimo,Nez Percé IndiansIndian Wars (Nez Percé :United StatesGeneralsFrontier and pioneer lifeHorn, Tom,Southwest, NewMcComas familyNew Mexico--LordsburgIndian captivitiesScouts (Reconnaissance)ArizonaSieber, AlFree, Mickey,United States.--Army.--CavalryBourke, John Gregory,Indians of North AmericaApache Indians--Kings and rulersDodge, Richard Irving,WyomingDull Knife Battle (Wyoming : 1876)Cheyenne Indians--WarsUnited States, WestPacific Coast Indians, Wars with (1847-1865)Indians of North America--Government relationsMontanaScouting (Reconnaissance)Rosebud, Battle of the (Montana : 1876)Sheridan, Philip Henry,Miles, Nelson Appleton,Crazy Horse,Grouard, Frank,Arizona--Fort BowieUnited States.--ArmyAmerican Civil War (1861-1865)Military campaignsApache Indians--WarsAfrican American soldiersUnited States.--Army.--Cavalry, 10thUnited States.--Army.--Cavalry, 10thApache Indians--Government relations18291890183418361841185018641865186618671871187218731874187618771878188018831884188518861887188818891890189118921895189618981899190219041905190919161918192019251927192819321933193419361939194019441946194719481949195019541955195619571959196019611962196419651966196719681969197119721973197419751977197819791980198119831984198519861987198819891990199219931994199519961997199920002001200220032004200520062007200920112012201418232318574973.8E83.866ocn007407392ocn044788882ocn047833081ocn725552007ocn047833152ocn725552007ocn659036691ocn762023073ocn725552007684ocn013850439book18850.90Crook, GeorgeLetter from General Crook on giving the ballot to Indians654ocn000196099book19710.79Crook, GeorgeCrook's resumé of operations against Apache Indians, 1882 to 1886606ocn015109087book18850.79United StatesAnnual report of ... 1885475ocn015115047book18860.84United StatesReport of operations against Apache Indians, May, 1885, to April, 1886467ocn013850443book18860.77Crook, GeorgeResume of operations against Apache Indians 1882-1886418ocn008423185book18860.93Crook, GeorgeResumé of operations against Apache Indians, 1882 to 1886341ocn015106516book18720.70United StatesDepartment of Arizona, Lieutenant-Colonel George Crook, commanding according to his commission of Brevet Major-General, headquarters, Prescott, July 1st, 1872341ocn015106580book18830.63United StatesAnnual report of ... [1883]183ocn033951786book18900.95United StatesLetter from the Secretary of War transmitting, in response to Senate resolution of January 28, 1890, reports relative to the treatment of certain Apache Indians173ocn032078416book18840.95Crook, GeorgeGeneral Crook upon the Apaches173ocn033990857book18900.95United StatesLetter from the Secretary of War transmitting in response to Senate resolution of March 11, 1890, correspondence regarding the Apache Indians162ocn436342530com18830.92United StatesAnnual report of Brigadier General George Crook, U.S. Army commanding Department of Arizona, 1883162ocn436344332file18720.92United States[Military roster of officers and troops serving under Lieutenant-Colonel George Crook, Department of Arizona]Registers156ocn015282777book19460.35Crook, GeorgeGeneral George Crook his autobiographyHistoryBiographyAutobiography of the general who spent almost all of his Army career fighting Indians on the frontier. Includes supplements of diary material, letters, and contemporary newspaper articles+-+8734661535324132ocn436344605file18860.95United States[Report of Brigadier General George Crook on the operations of troops under his command against the Apache Indians]51ocn027287831book18731.00Crook, GeorgeIndian mode of making arrow-heads and obtaining fire. Extract of a letter from General George Crook51ocn025393972book18830.22United StatesAnnual report of Brigadier General George Crook, U.S. Army : commanding Department of Arizona42ocn055549979book18340.47Crook, GeorgeConversations on baptism : occasioned by "A dialogue on the subject and mode of baptism"41ocn041526228book18840.47United StatesAnnual report of Brigadier General George Crook, U.S. Army, commanding Department of Arizona, 188431ocn055775870book18410.47Crook, GeorgeAn investigation of the proposed scheme of medical reform in reference to chemists and druggists257342ocn056435031file18900.33Finerty, John FWar-path and bivouac, or, The conquest of the Sioux a narrative of stirring personal experiences and adventures in the Big Horn and Yellowstone expedition of 1876, and in the campaign on the British border, in 1879HistoryWar-Path and Bivouac is a detailed account fo the Dakota Indian wars of 1876 and the Nez Perce Indian wars of 1877+-+2146367306324198951ocn000197580book18910.28Bourke, John GregoryOn the border with CrookHistoryBiographyPersonal narrativesFrom 1870 until 1886 Captain John G. Bourke served on the staff of General George Crook, who Sherman described as the greatest Indian fighter the army ever had, a man whose prowess was demonstrated "from British America to Mexico, from the Missouri River to the Pacific Ocean." But On the Border with Crook is far more than a first-hand account of Crook's campaigns during the Plains Indian wars and in the Southwest. Alert, curious, and perceptive, Bourke brings to life the whole frontier scene. In crisp descriptions and telling anecdotes he recreates the events and landscapes through which he moved; he sketches sharp action-pictures not only of Crook and his fellow cavalrymen but also of great leaders as Sitting Bull, Crazy Horse, and Geronimo. Perhaps most important, Bourke shows us how General Crook was able to achieve his most remarkable victory -- how this man of war won and deserved the trust of the tribes he had subjugated. - Back cover+-+9692078535196023ocn000922196book18900.47King, CharlesCampaigning with Crook, and stories of army lifeFictionSources+-+461836730632418334ocn044962242file19970.33Simmons, MarcMassacre on the Lordsburg road a tragedy of the Apache warsIn the spring of 1883 Apache raiders massacred Judge H.C. McComas and his wife Juniata and kidnapped their six-year-old son Charley as the family traveled on a desolate road in southwestern New Mexico Territory. At the time, the circumstances leading to this tragic incident were not fully understood. In Massacre on the Lordsburg Road, historian Marc Simmons brings to light one of the last massacres of the Indian wars, revealing exactly why and how the three McComases met their deaths+-+5308260305324137010ocn044963406book19460.35Crook, GeorgeGeneral George Crook his autobiographyHistoryBiographyAutobiography of the general who spent almost all of his Army career fighting Indians on the frontier. Includes supplements of diary material, letters, and contemporary newspaper articles+-+8734661535324127117ocn005428516book18800.35King, CharlesCampaigning with CrookHistoryPersonal narrativesSourcesSoldier, military historian and novelist, Captain King was one of very few military officers to have served in all U. S. war efforts from the Civil War through World War I+-+08183673069142ocn044961748file19970.35Dodge, Richard IrvingThe Powder River Expedition journals of Colonel Richard Irving DodgeDiariesPersonal narrativesDodge's journals will clearly prove useful to specialists in U.S.-Indian relations and the Great Sioux War, but they will also appeal to a variety of readers because of Dodge's lively style and his range of subject matter. With vigorous intelligence, he describes such topics as General Crook as a military leader and strategist, the merits of infantry versus cavalry against the Plains Indians, the effects of subzero weather in Wyoming on a large army far from its sources of supply, and of course, the elusiveness of military glory+-+78347615358515ocn041620506book20000.25Aleshire, PeterThe fox and the whirlwind : Gen. George Crook and Geronimo : a paired biographyHistoryBiographyShifting from one distinct voice and viewpoint to the other, this intertwined biography achieves a novelistic sweep while taking full advantage of transcripts and negotiations, newspaper accounts, journals, and primary sources, as well as each man's autobiography. From the early days that shaped them to the battle that consumed them, and the politics that ultimately betrayed them both, their quests for victory and immortality offer great insight into some of the most important events in American history-and a unique perspective of the cultures from which they sprang+-+40207862956097ocn001090468book19550.37Finerty, John FWar-path and bivouac : the Big Horn and Yellowstone expeditionPersons named George Armstrong Custer 1839 -1876, George Crook, 1828 - 18905076ocn001359020book19560.31Vaughn, J. WWith Crook at the Rosebud.+-+47926266354942ocn045248304book0.29Cozzens, PeterEyewitnesses to the Indian Wars, 1865-1890+-+77205266354211ocn000226417book19710.56Thrapp, Dan LGeneral Crook and the Sierra Madre adventure3492ocn048794453file20000.22McCurtin, PeterDrumfire Buffalo warFiction+-+76529489353486ocn001305317book19660.39Lummis, Charles FletcherGeneral Crook and the Apache wars3121ocn046882538book20010.63Robinson, Charles MGeneral Crook and the western frontierBiography"Charles M. Robinson pieces together the contradictions of Crook's career to reveal that although the general sometimes micromanaged his campaigns to the point that his officers had virtually no flexibility, he gave his officers so much freedom on other occasions that they did not fully understand his expectations or objectives. Crook resented any criticism and was quick to blame both subordinates and superiors, yet Robinson shows that much of Crook's success in the Indian wars can be attributed to the efforts of subordinate officers. He also details Crook's later efforts to provide equal rights and opportunities for American Indians."--BOOK JACKET+-+43088615352053ocn706677633book20110.74Magid, PaulGeorge Crook : from the Redwoods to AppomattoxHistoryBiography"Renowned for his prominent role in the Apache and Sioux wars, General George Crook ... was considered by William Tecumseh Sherman to be his greatest Indian-fighting general ... Paul Magid ... focuses on Crook's early years through the end of the Civil War. It offers insight into the influences that later would make him both a nemesis of the Indian tribes and their ardent advocate ... This is primarily an account of Crook's dramatic and sometimes controversial role in the Civil War, in which he was involved on three fronts in West Virginia, Tennessee, and Virginia"--Jacket+-+82579615352021ocn001070900book19680.47Bourke, John GregoryWith General Crook in the Indian wars1442ocn000567179book19040.28Horn, TomLife of Tom Horn, Government scout and interpreter, written by himself, together with his letters and statements by his friends a vindicationHistoryBiographyRecords and correspondenceTom Horn was born near Memphis, Scotland County, Missouri, in 1860. At age fourteen, he left home for the west. He was an overland mail and stage driver, a government interpreter and Indian scout. He worked for Pickerton's for awhile and then worked for Swan Land and Cattle Company of Wyoming. In 1901, William Nickell, the fourteen year old son of Kels Nickell, was found dead near his home. Although he denied guilt, Tom Horn was executed for the murder in 19031327ocn001844658book18910.26Bourke, John GregoryGeneral Crook in the Indian countryHistoryA captain recounts stories of General Crook's campaigns against the Apaches and other tribes of the Southwest, and a western illustrator presents his memories of time spent with the Buffalo Soldiers in Arizona, in articles reproduced from the originals as they appeared in The Century magazine and Harper's Weekly+-+72856901351292ocn011623864book19850.31Hedren, Paul LWith Crook in the Black Hills : Stanley J. Morrow's 1876 photographic legacy+-+8734661535324+-+8734661535324Thu Oct 16 16:03:27 EDT 2014batch33046