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Author Street, William D. (William Daniel), 1851-1911, author.

Title Twenty-five years among the Indians and buffalo : a frontier memoir / William D. Street ; edited by Warren R. Street ; with an introduction by Richard W. Etulain.

Publication Info. Lawrence, Kansas : University Press of Kansas, [2015]

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 Axe 2nd Floor Stacks  978.102 St83Bst 2015    ---  Available
 Axe Kansas Collection  978.102 St83Bst 2015 c.2  ---  Lib Use Only
 Eureka Non-Fiction  978.102 Str    ---  Available
 FSCC Non-Fiction  KS 978.102 Str    ---  Available
 Parsons Non-Fiction  978.1 S915    ---  Available
Description xxxi, 525 pages ; 24 cm.
text txt rdacontent
unmediated n rdamedia
volume nc rdacarrier
Series Kansas Notable Book ; 2016.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 507-511) and index.
Contents Part I. Early years in Kansas: 1861-1867 -- Boyhood becomes early manhood: 1861-1867 -- Frontier teamster: summer 1867 -- Part II. Nineteenth Kansas Volunteer Cavalry: 1868-1869 winter campaign -- On the march to Camp Supply: October-November 1868 -- The balance of forces on the plains: 1868 -- Custer at the Washita: November 1868 -- Winter march from Camp Supply to Fort Cobb: December 1868 -- Arrival at Fort Cobb: December-January 1868-1869 -- Winter camp at Fort Cobb: January 1869 -- Winter march to the new Fort Sill: January 1869 -- Fort Sill: exploring the Wichita Mountains: January-February 1869 -- Fort Sill: Indian legends: January-February 1869 -- Fort Sill: a soldier's discontents: January-February 1869 -- March from Fort Sill to Fort Hays: February-March 1869 -- Fort Sill to Fort Hays: joining Custer's command: February-March 1869 -- Fort Sill to Fort Hays: Custer pursues Medicine Arrow: February-March 1869 -- Fort Sill to Fort Hays: Custer declines to attack: February-March 1869 -- Fort Sill to Fort Hays: white captives released: troops eat their mules: March-April 1868 -- Mustered out: following the family westward: March-April 1868 -- Homesteading in Jewell County: May 1869 -- Part III. Frontier patrols with the Kansas State Militia: 1869-1870 -- Company D patrols north central Kansas: May-October 1869 -- Contacts with settlers and Kansas Geological Survey: May-October 1869 -- My first buffalo kill: fall 1869 -- Discharged from the militia and trapping beaver: November 1869 -- Hunting and trapping forays: winter 1869-1870 -- Part IV. Jewell City beginnings: 1870 -- The Buffalo Militia and Fort Jewell: spring 1870 -- Jewell City celebrates the Fourth of July: May-July 1870 -- Organizing Jewell County: July-September 1870 -- Part V. Settling Smith County: 1870-1872 -- Locating townsites for Gaylord and Cedarville: September 1870 -- The first building in Gaylord: 1871 -- Organizing Smith County: fall-spring 1871-1872 -- Part VI. Following the frontier west to Decatur County: 1872-1873 -- Exploring Decatur County: fall/winter 1872-1873 -- Homesteading in Decatur County: winter-fall 1873 -- Part VII. Hunting and trapping adventures on the great plains: 1873-1874 -- An Omaha Indian buffalo hunt in northwestern Kansas: October 1873 -- On the range for buffalo, beaver, otter, and wolves: October-November 1873 -- More hunting adventures: November-December 1873 -- Buffalo camp on the Republican River: December 1873 -- Beaver trapping tactics: January-March 1874 -- Hunting and trapping on Big Timber Creek: March-April 1874 -- Hunting buffalo on the State Line Trail: April 1874 -- A prairie storm scatters the horses: April 1874 -- Two Lance's Lakotas visit the camp: May 1874 -- Buffalo hunting on the Republican and Big Timber: June-August 1874 -- A friendly parting of ways: August-October 1874 -- A moonlight hunt on the Republican: October 1874 -- Buffalo camp on the north fork of the Republican: October 1874 -- Part VIII. Life with the Lakota: 1874-1875 -- A visit from Sitting Bull and Big Horse: November-December 1874 -- Lakota neighbors on the Republican: December 1874 -- Lessons in tribal justice: January 1875 -- Storms in eastern Colorado: January 1875 -- Taking hides to Julesburg, Colorado: February 1875 -- Accused of stealing Indian ponies: March 1875 -- Hired to recover stolen horses: March-April 1875 -- Cheyenne massacre on the middle fork of the Sappa -- Part IX. On the trail of horse thieves: 1875 -- Captured by horse thieves: June 1875 -- Hunting down the outlaws: summer 1875 -- The fate of the horse thieves: fall 1875 -- Part X. Two years as a cowboy: 1876-1878 -- An introduction to cattle herding: spring 1876 -- Herding for High and Mayfield and the Adair brothers: April-July 1876 -- Riding for Quinlan and Montgomery and Elwin Webber: summer-fall 1876 -- A big roundup on the Smoky Hill River: 1878 -- Driving a herd on the Great Texas Cattle Trail: July 1878 -- Giving lessons to greenhorns: August 1878 -- Headed home to a crisis: August-September 1878 -- Part XI. Cavalry messenger and scout: 1878 -- In pursuit of northern Cheyenne bands: September-November 1878.
Source B&T 07.2016 PARS
Awards Kansas Notable Author, 2016.
Subject Street, William D. (William Daniel), 1851-1911.
Pioneers -- Kansas -- Biography.
Frontier and pioneer life -- Kansas.
Added Author Street, Warren R., editor.
ISBN 9780700621712 (cloth ; alk. paper)
0700621717 (cloth ; alk. paper)

 
    
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