Paul Magid has completed one book of an authoritative two-volume biography about General George Crook.
Esteemed Western historian Robert Utley turns his attention to the legendary Apache warrior-shaman Geronimo.
Paul Magid has completed the first book of a two-volume authoritative biography of George Crook, notable general of the Civil War and Indian wars.
Most Americans have heard the name Geronimo, but few know about the Apache warrior's reputation as a healer.
Ho! For the Black Hills presents a trove of letters written by Jack Crawford, 19th-century newspaper correspondent and self-proclaimed "Poet Scout of the Black Hills."
In Apache Tactics, Indian wars scholar Robert Watt explores the strategy, conditioning and other attributes of this warrior tribe of the American Southwest.
Wes Cowan blended his fascination with history and love for antiques to create the internationally recognized Cowan's Auctions.
Retired National Park Service historian Jerome A. Greene has put together an insightful collection of personal remembrances from soldiers who fought in the 19th-century Indian wars.
This story about Sherman's post-Civil War Indian campaign just won a top award from Army Historical Foundation
Paul L. Hedren, author and retired NPS superintendent, considers the decline of the Sioux nation in the wake of their 1876 victory over George Armstrong Custer on the Little Bighorn.
Paul L. Hedren shares his unprecedented knowledge of the Great Sioux War in After Custer, an account of the rapid changes on the Plains in the wake of the Little Bighorn.
In Custer's Best, U.S. Army veteran Colonel French L. MacLean relates the history of 7th U.S. Cavalry Company M, one of a dozen companies that followed George Custer to the Little Bighorn in June 1876 and fought atop Reno Hill.
The Army officer best known for his vocal criticism of the 1864 Sand Creek massacre was once a ‘wildcat sort of fellow’ who dished out his own brand of frontier justice in Kansas Territory
Whom do you consider the most significant Lakota (Sioux) of the Old West: Sitting Bull, a warrior turned spiritual leader and Little Bighorn participant; Crazy Horse, another Little Bighorn participant and a...
With this new biography Louis Kraft establishes himself as the authority on Indian wars figure Ned Wynkoop.
Gregory Michno takes a hard look at the bitter frontier conflict between Texas settlers and Indians in the 1860s.