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Sioux War

TAYLOR, James

Publication Date: 1863
Soft cover
From G.S. MacManus Co., ABAA (Bryn Mawr, PA, U.S.A.)

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TAYLOR, James. The Sioux War: What Has Been Done by the Minnesota Campaign of 1863: What Should be Done During a Dakota Campaign of 1864, with some General Remarks upon the Indian Policy, Past and Future, of the United States. St. Paul: Office of the Press Printing Company, 1863. 16pp. printed in double-column format. Original printed wrappers housed incustom cloth box. Wraps a bit dust soiled. Very good. AII (Minnesota): 528. DAB XVII, p. 330. Streeter Sale 2104. "The title of this pamphlet would indicate that it related primarily to Minnesota, but it also has much about the Black Hills, and it is perhaps the earliest separate printing of a project for the creation of a territory, the Territory of Upsaroka, for the region out of which later Montana and Wyoming Territories were formed" - Streeter. Taylor had printed a similar pamphlet the year before in which he called for offensive measures against the Sioux in order to remove them from their threatening positions on the Minnesota frontier. Taylor was secretary of the Minnesota and Pacific Railroad, but he also worked as a journalist. In 1870 he became American consul at Winnipeg. Bookseller Inventory # 39294

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Title: Sioux War

Publication Date: 1863

Binding: Soft cover

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