Twenty Years Among Our Hostile Indians: Describibg the Characteristics, Customs, Habits, Religion, Marriages, Dances, and the Battles of the Wild Indians in Their Natural State, Together With, the Fur Companies, Overland Stage, Pony Express, Electric Telegraph, and Other Phases of Life in the Pathless Regions of the Wild West
Jacob Lee Humfreville was a Civil War veteran who earned a Regular Army commission as a lieutenant in the 9th U.S. Cavalry, the "Buffalo Soldiers," in 1866. In this beautifully illustrated work, Humfreville offers his observations on all aspects of Plains Indian life. His views were sometimes simplistic, but unfailingly sympathetic.
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THE PATHLESS WEST OF YEARS AGOTHE NATURAL HOME OF OUR SAVAGE
THE COLUMBIAN GROUPTHE STORY OF AN INDIAN QUEST FOR THE WHITE
STILL AMONG THE SIOUXTHE MANDANSINDIAN FREE MASONSTHE
THE DIRTY AND POVERTYSTRICKEN ARAPAHOESA SHIFTLESS AND LAZY
THE PUEBLOS AND ZUNISHIDEOUSLY UGLY GODS AND IDOLSCUSTOMS
Tilt First White Men among the Wild IndiansThe Hudson Bay CompanyHow
American Fur Company animals Apaches Arapahoes arrow attack battle beaver became Blackfeet bodies brave Bridger buffalo camp captives captured ceremony Cheyennes chief civilization clothing Comanches command compelled covered Crows customs dance dancers dead distance dogs enemy entire expedition feet fight fire Fort Laramie Fur Companies grass habits hair head herd horses Hostile Humfreville hundred hunting ground Jim Bridger killed Kiowas Laramie large numbers legs Lieutenant lived lodge Mandans manner massacre meat medicine Mexico miles Missouri River mounted mules nation Nez Perces night Northern Cheyenne ornaments Overland party Pawnees person plains portion prairie raids Rain-in-the-Face rider River Rocky Mountains savages scalp secured settlers sign language Sioux Sitting Bull skins Snakes soldiers sometimes spirit sun dance territory trade trappers travois tribes trooper troops usually wagon wagon trains warpath warriors wild Indians winter woman women wounded