Louis Gelert A collection of histories and first hand narratives
There are few more famous or evocative characters in the history of the American south-west frontier period than the Comanche war chief, Quanah P..
Henry Smith; C. R. Green; Benjamin Drake; Black Hawk; Frances and Almira Hall by William Edwards & Frank Everett Stevens The Expedition Against the Sauk and Fox Indians 1832 by Henry Smith; Sac and Fox Indians in Kansas; Mokohoko’s Stubbornness by C. R. Green; The Great Indian Chief of the West: or, Life and Adventures of Black Hawk by Benjamin Drake; Autobiography of Ma-Ka Indian warfare in Illinois and Wisconsin
The Black Hawk War of 1832 was typical of 19th century confrontations between the United States government and Native-American tribes in as much as it was v..
A. B. Meacham The Modoc Indian War 1872-3, by an Active Eyewitness Brutal conflict in the lava beds
Students of the history of the American West—and the wars of the United States government against the indigenous American Indian tribes in particular—will be famili..
Francis Parkman A Military History of Pontiac’s War, 1760-1765 The burning frontier in 18th century America
Following the defeat of France at the culmination of the Seven Years War, the colonists, their militia and British regiments serving in America had yet ..
Dennis Collins Recollections of the Western American Frontier The iconic times of cowboys and Indians—by one who was there
Although this book’s title suggests a particular focus on one notable event in the history of the American Western Frontier it is also a..
George C. Eggleston Red Sticks, White Sticks and the war in Alabama
The Creek Indian War, also known as the Red Stick War, took place between 1813-1814 and has been considered by many historians as part of the War of ..
Cyrus Townsend Brady The Nez Percé & Modoc Indian Wars 1872-77 The Indian wars of the north west
This, the fifth volume in Cyrus Townsend Brady’s well regarded series, American Fights and Fighters, differs somewhat in format from other its companion volumes. W..
Thomas Guthrie Marquis
A Concise Account of the Indian War of 1761 with Pontiac—a Biographical Sketch
by Edson L. Whitney and Frances M. Perry & Ponteach—or The Savages of America a play by Robert Rogers
Two accounts of Pontiac of the Ottawa
This book contains two accounts of Pontiac, the great Ottawa chief of the eighteenth century American colonial period. After the end of the French and Indian W..
G. O. Shields & Edmond Stephen Meany
Two Accounts of Chief Joseph and the Defeat of the Nez Percé
The Battle of Big Hole Chief Joseph, the Nez Percé A great Indian chief and giant of the history of the western frontier
Many of the names of the leaders of the tribes of native American Indians of the nineteenth century have become known to the en..
Robert Rogers Including the Pontiac Uprising, the Commandant’s Secretary’s Diary and Journal of the Siege of Detroit Published by Robert Rogers of the Rangers Two classic first hand accounts of 18th century American Colonial Warfare
Britain's victory in the French and Indian War did not bring peace to the American wilderness. Formal treaties between Euro..
Geronimo The Life of the Famous Apache Warrior in His Own Words A giant figure in the history of frontier America
Geronimo is the Mexican name for Goyathlay, the Chiricahua Apache military leader, one of the distinguished leaders from the indigenous Indian trib..