366 pages, frontis, illustrations, original cloth with minor edge wear, signed by Geo. Tatum. Tatum (a Quaker) was an Indian agent at Fort Sill Oklahoma 1869-1872. He supervised 2,000 Kiowas, 2,500 Comanches and other Indians. Provides great insight into the Indian problem, and he relates first hand information on captives, and Indian raids in Oklahoma and into Texas, Satanta, Big Tree, Warren wagon raid. Rare! Rader 3035, Graff 4071, Howes T42, ¿Most copies destroyed or damaged by fire.¿. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: Our Red Brothers and the Peace Policy of ...
Publisher: John C. Winston & Co.
Publication Date: 1899
Book Condition: Very Good+
Edition: First Edition
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