History of War

TRAGIC ENCOUNTERS

“TRIBAL HATREDS MADE COMMON ACTION AGAINST THE WHITES ALMOST IMPOSSIBLE, EXCEPT IN CERTAIN INSTANCES OF ALLIANCES, LIKE THE POWERFUL SIOUX AND THE CHEYENNE”

Author: Page Smith Publisher: Amberley Publishing Price: £20 Released: Out now

Page Smith needs no introduction to the majority of readers of American history. The author’s monumental eight-volume account of the United States,

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