Soldier and brave : historic places associated with Indian affairs and the Indian wars in the trans-Mississippi West.


New edition.. Washington, D.C. : United States Department of the Interior, National Park Service, 1971.

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Other Title Historic places associated with Indian affairs and the Indian wars in the trans-Mississippi West
Other Authors United States. National Park Service. History Division.
Subjects Historic sites.
Indians of North America -- Wars.
Military bases -- West (U.S.)
Military bases.
Monuments -- West (U.S.)
Monuments.
United States, West.
West (U.S.) -- History.
Series National survey of historic sites and buildings ; v. 12.
Description xvi, 453 pages : illustrations, maps, portraits ; 25 cm.
Copyright Date 1971.
Notes "This volume was prepared in the Office of Archeology and Historic Preservation (Ernest A. Connally, Chief), Division of History, National Park Service, under the general supervision of the Chief Historian, Robert M. Utley ... it incorporates survey and evaluation reports prepared by the following National Park Service historians: Edwin C. Bearss, William E. Brown, William C. Everhart, Olaf T. Hagen, Edward A. Hummel, John A. Hussey, John D. McDermott, Merrill J. Mattes, Ray H. Mattison, Charles S. Pope, Frank B. Sarles, Jr., Albert H. Schroeder, Paul J.F. Schumacher, Charles W. Snell, Erwin N. Thompson, and Robert M. Utley. ..."--title page verso.
Robert G. Ferris, series editor.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 391-393) and index.
Summary One of a series of books designed to avail the public of the studies conducted by the National Survey of Historic Sites and Buildings, this book incorporates survey and evaluation reports prepared by the National Park Service historians and archeologists. Divided into 2 sections, Part 1 deals with the historical background relative to 19th century conflicts between American Indians and U.S. military personnel. Part ii presents a survey of historic sites and buildings comprised of over 200 entries. Each entry includes a symbol designating the location as National Park Service Areas; National Historic Landmarks (buildings, monuments, and sites which meet the criteria of national significance in commemorating the history of the U.S.); and Other Sites Considered (those deemed by the Advisory Board to possess noteworthy historical value but not national significance). Additionally, each entry is identified by an address and/or explicit location and a brief summary of its historical significance. Numerous illustrations, maps, and an index serve as further aids to appreciating the forts, agency sites, missions, reservation trading posts, fur trading posts, and battlefields associated with the history of Indian Affairs in the Trans-Mississippi West.
Contents Soldier and brave: historical background -- Soldier and brave: survey of historic sites and buildings.
Genre History.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)275488
(OCoLC)ocm00275488
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