The Fighting Norths and Pawnee Scouts : Narratives and Reminiscences of Military Service on the Old Frontier

By: Bruce, Robert

Price: $63.33

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Book Condition: Very Good


72 pp, brown SC wraps w/black pictorial front panel and map rear panel w/text in black, text in black on the verso & recto of the covers. Some of the stories in the booklet are: Pawnee Villages and Trails brief historical review, the Norths as pioneers in the Platte country, Outstanding Pawnee Warriors and Scouts, The First Company of Pawnee Scouts (1864), Pawnee Battalion - 1867 the Plum Creek Fight, Stories form the Service Loyalty of the Pawnees, Massacre Canon, Nebraska, Fight, Summer of 1873, Enrolling the last Pawnee Scout Company in 1876, Last Campaign of the North Brothers and Pawnee Scouts, Final Muster Out - Return to the Indian Territory, Defenders of the Frontier Early Services to Nebraska, Target Shootin in 1873 riding an "outlaw" horse, and Battle of Summit Springs and the Niobrara Pursuit.

Title: The Fighting Norths and Pawnee Scouts : Narratives and Reminiscences of Military Service on the Old Frontier

Author Name: Bruce, Robert

Illustrator: Photos, Illustrations & Maps

Categories: History, Americana, Non-Fiction,

Publisher: Lincoln, NE, Nebraska State Historical Society: 1932

Binding: Soft Cover w/staples

Book Condition: Very Good

Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Type: Book

Size: 4to - over 11" - 13" Tall

Seller ID: 049076

Keywords: Pawnee Scouts Indians US Army Cavalry Pioneers Platte Plum Creek Massacre Canon Indian Territory Military Frontier History