The Blue, the Gray and the Red: Indian Campaigns of the Civil War Thom Hatch

ISBN: 9780811700160

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336 pages


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The Blue, the Gray and the Red: Indian Campaigns of the Civil War  by  Thom Hatch

The Blue, the Gray and the Red: Indian Campaigns of the Civil War by Thom Hatch
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Inexperienced Union and Confederate soldiers in the West waged numerous bloody campaigns against the Indians during the Civil War. Fighting with a distinct geographical advantage, many tribes terrorized the territory from the Plains to the Pacific,MoreInexperienced Union and Confederate soldiers in the West waged numerous bloody campaigns against the Indians during the Civil War. Fighting with a distinct geographical advantage, many tribes terrorized the territory from the Plains to the Pacific, as American pioneers moved west in greater numbers.

These noteworthy--and notorious--Indian campaigns featured a fascinating cast of colorful characters, and were set against the wild, desolate, and untamed territories of the western United States. This is the first book to explore Indian conflicts that took place during the Civil War and documents both Union and Confederate encounters with hostile Indians blocking western expansion.



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