The Deadliest Indian War in the West: The Snake Conflict, 1864-1868

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Caxton Press, 2007 - History - 380 pages
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Gregroy Michno, author of several critically acclaimed books on America's Indian wars, gives readers the first comprehensive look at the natives, soldiers and settlers who clashed on the high desert of Idaho, Nevada, Utah, Oregon and Northern California in a struggle that, over a four-year period, claimed more lives than any other western Indian War.
 

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The author has compiled little reported events into a readable overview that will enlighten any reader and provide current residents with a thorough history of where we live. The occurrences are heartbreaking and will show us where the blood was spilled. A great book for anyone interested and those who need to be exposed to our history. 

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Gregory Michno attended Michigan State University and did post-graduate work at the University of Northern Colorado.  An award-winning author, he has written dozens of articles and a number of books dealing with WWII and the American West including A Fate Worse Than Death, also published by Caxton Press.

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