Stockton, CA: Pacific Center for Western Historical Studies, 1973. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Involves five accounts, three Cheyenne, one Sioux and one white covering Sioux and Cheyenne history from 1830s to late 1920s. Compiled by Marquis, who was unable to publish most of them in his lifetime. Clean, solid copy. 10924.
New York: Little, Brown & Co. 1953. 1st edition. Hardcover. Graphically presented in text and pictures, here is the colorful history of the U.S. Cavalry -- from its modest beginnings in the Revolutionary War, through its abolition, so far as the horse was concerned, in 1942, to its mechanized operations...
Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1969. 2nd Printing. Hardcover. Dust jacket shows very minor shelf wear. The personal narrative of Chief Joseph White Bull among other things of killing a soldier he believed to be George Armstrong Custer, this was translated and edited by James H. Howard in the early 1930s. 10907.