601 pages, frontis, illustratione, slight exterior wear, else Very good condition. Ware was a captain in the Seventh Iowa Cavalry, and he gives his eye-witness accounts of the Indian Wars in the West. Howes W103aa, Graff 4536. N° de ref. de la librería
Título: The Indian War Of 1864 Being A Fragment Of ...
Editorial: Crane & Company
Año de publicación: 1911
Condición del libro: Very Good -
Edición: First Edition
Descripción Topeka. ., 1911. ,,601pp. Frontispiece portrait. Illus. Original cloth. Spine lettering faded, else very good. A scarce account of Indian fighting in the West during the Civil War. Ware was captain of Company F in the Seventh Iowa Cavalry. "Day-by-day occurences in the campaigns around Forts Kearney and McPherson" - Howes. "This unique and picturesque narrative recounts the role played by the 7th Iowa Cavalry in operations against the Indians during the war" - Nevins. HOWES W103, "aa." GRAFF 4536. NEVINS I, p.174. Nº de ref. de la librería WRCAM 19327