The Second Battle of Cabin Creek:: Brilliant Victory (Civil War Series)

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The commander of the three-hundred-wagon Union supply train never expected a large ragtag group of Texans and Native Americans to attack during the dark of night in Union-held territory. But Brigadier Generals Richard Gano and Stand Watie defeated the unsuspecting Federals in the early morning hours of September 19, 1864, at Cabin Creek in the Cherokee nation. The legendary Watie, the only Native American general on either side, planned details of the raid for months. His preparation paid off--the Confederate troops captured wagons with supplies that would be worth more than $75 million today. Writer, producer and historian Steve Warren uncovers the untold story of the last raid at Cabin Creek in this Jefferson Davis Historical Gold Medal winning history.

**This book was a finalist in the Non-fiction category of the 2013 Oklahoma Book Awards.

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Steve Warren is a writer, producer, and historian. He earned his BA in Communications from University of Tulsa and went on to earn his MA in Journalism and Mass Communications from the University of Oklahoma. Warren was writer and executive producer on a documentary devoted to the Cabin Creek battle. Warren is a member of the Friends of Cabin Creek Battlefield.

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"First published in 2002 in a limited edition hardcover, Warren's Brilliant Victory: The Second Battle of Cabin Creek remains the only book length history of the successful 1864 Confederate raid in Indian Territory. With title and subtitle reversed, this is a newly released paperback edition of Warren's study. Hopefully, this reprint will grab the attention of a new audience, expanding awareness of both the Second Battle of Cabin Creek and the war in the Indian Territory in general."

-- Andrew Wagenhoffer, "Civil War Books and Authors" website

"Steven Warren's work should appeal to anyone who wants to learn more about one of the many fascinating but little-known actions in this still-neglected theater of the war.  Warren's lively narrative makes for enjoyable reading, and his attention to detail and thorough research in primary sources are to be commended."

--Jeff Patrick is an interpretive specialist with the National Park Service at Wilson's Creek National Battlefield in Republic, Mo. He holds B.A. and M.A. degrees in American history from Purdue University.  (Review written for The Civil War News)

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