The Deadliest Indian War in the West: The Snake Conflict, 1864-1868
Caxton Press, 2007 - Počet stran: 380
Gregroy Michno, author of several critically acclaimed books on America's Indian wars, gives readers the first comprehensive look at the natives, soldiers and settlers who clashed on the high desert of Idaho, Nevada, Utah, Oregon and Northern California in a struggle that, over a four-year period, claimed more lives than any other western Indian War.
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