Massacre At Bear River: First, Worst, Forgotten

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Caxton Printers, Limited, May 30, 2008 - History - 193 pages
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Although it has been largely ignored by historians, it was the war waged against the Shoshoni tribe that opened the book on Indian massacres in the West.  The Shoshoni were victims of a bloodbath more extreme than that at Wounded Knee, and more deadly than the more famous slaughter at Sand Creek.

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Interesting, factual study of the Massacre at Bear River. I enjoyed learning the historical aspects. Most of my reading on these topics is fiction, and reality is fairly glossed over, or greatly exaggerated. Read full review

Contents

Brigham Young
13
Colonel Patrick Edward Connor
25
The Military and the Shoshoni
37
Copyright

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\A lifelong student of the culture and history of the West, Rod Miller writes non-fiction, fiction, and poetry on the subject.  Massacre at Bear River is his third book.

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