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Plain Enemies: Best True Stories of the Frontier West

Plain Enemies Best True Stories of the Frontier West Distributed by the University of Nebraska Press for Caxton PressThe years were years of expansion west as the U S Government encouraged patriots to civilize its great untamed wilderness But

  • Title: Plain Enemies: Best True Stories of the Frontier West
  • Author: RobertScott Bob Scott
  • ISBN: 9780870043642
  • Page: 361
  • Format: Paperback
  • Distributed by the University of Nebraska Press for Caxton PressThe years 1830 1870 were years of expansion west as the U.S Government encouraged patriots to civilize its great untamed wilderness But the West was already occupied by native citizens The conflicts that ensued are legendary, but many stories are yet to be told Veteran author Bob Scott brings many ofDistributed by the University of Nebraska Press for Caxton PressThe years 1830 1870 were years of expansion west as the U.S Government encouraged patriots to civilize its great untamed wilderness But the West was already occupied by native citizens The conflicts that ensued are legendary, but many stories are yet to be told Veteran author Bob Scott brings many of these obscure stories to light.

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    1. Plain Enemies is a book about the ‘old west’, and in particular the Great Plains Indian War in the area of Montana, Wyoming, Nebraska, South Dakota, Colorado, Kansas, Oklahoma and the Texas Panhandle. Between the years 1830 and 1876 the Indians were forever being abused, starved, executed, murdered, culturally squashed and forced onto reservations. The Americans of the time wanted Indian land for the natural resources, railroads, ranchland and so on, and were unwilling to share, compromise, [...]

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