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The chronicles of the Yellowstone : an accurate, comprehensive history of the country drained by the Yellowstone River, its Indian inhabitants, its first explorers, the early fur traders and trappers, the coming and trials of the emigrants

Author: E S Topping; Robert A Murray
Publisher: Minneapolis : Ross & Haines, 1968.
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Topping, E.S. (Eugene Sayre), 1844-1917.
Chronicles of the Yellowstone.
Minneapolis, Ross & Haines, 1968
(OCoLC)652410942
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: E S Topping; Robert A Murray
OCLC Number: 449888
Description: iii, 279 pages : illustrations, folded map, portraits ; 23 cm
Contents: Introduction / Robert A. Murray --
The author makes his bow --
Topography of the country --
Big Horn Range --
Indians of the country --
A lost tribe --
Conflicts between Indians --
Bear River fight --
Early explorers --
First national park explorers --
Fur traders and trappers --
Oldest inhabitant --
Explorations of Kit Carson and [Jim] Bridger --
Sir George Gore's hunting expedition --
Reynolds' military expedition --
Slaughter of buffalo --
Captain Stuart's trip --
A fearful volley --
Early prospectors --
Settlement of Gallatin Valley --
Emigrants --
First legislature [of Montana Territory] --
Broad Gauge Company and Indian fights --
Ferrymen and Sioux --
Dangers of river travel --
Other depredations by the same war party --
Connor's expedition --
Attack on Arrapahoes [Arapahos] --
First cultivation of the ground --
Location of Big Horn posts --
First cattle herd on the River --
River adventure and Indian cunning --
Indians outwitting frontiermen --
Vicissitudes of Indian traders --
Fort Phil Kearney massacre --
Jeff Standifer's expedition of gold-hunters --
Fight between friendly Indians --
Creek names --
Bozeman's death --
Montana militia --
Building of Fort Ellis --
More Indian fighting --
Burnt at the stake --
Raid on Emigrant --
Standifer's second trip --
The murder of McAdow's herders --
Blackfeet killed --
Gold at Bear Gulch --
Crandall and Finley's death --
Raids and counter-raids on Wind River --
A night scare --
Big Horn expedition --
Discovery of the Clarke's Fork mines --
Thirty-nine days lost in the national park [Truman Everts, Evarts] --
Yellowstone Canyon --
Wolfers and trappers --
Blood for blood --
Baker's battle --
Indian vagaries --
First white woman to visit the national park [Mrs. H.H. Stone] --
Northern Pacific surveyors --
Yellowstone Lake --
Effects of imagination --
Two more Indian victims --
The first Yellowstone steamboat --
Whisky trading --
Most remarkable expedition on record --
A necessary scare --
Bostwick's close call --
A night battle --
Pride has a fall --
Rosebud expedition continued --
A charge in force --
Scalping under difficulties --
Rosebud expedition concluded --
A brave quartette --
Poison and dynamite --
First boat on the Yellowstone Lake --
Indian deviltry --
The end of the road --
Hubble, Charley Cocke, and Woody's fight --
Three to five hundred --
Finding of Lee and Ackerly's camp --
Repulsed chargers --
Crow testimony --
Fort Pease expedition --
Adventures by river and with hostile savages --
Death of Sam Shively --
A deceitful wound --
Adventures with hostile savages --
Accidents and Indian fighting on the upper Yellowstone --
Accidents on the upper Yellowstone --
Indians on the upper Yellowstone --
An act of heroism --
Trouble at the Crow Agency --
Fight with a mountain lion --
Trouble at the Crow Agency --
Fight with a mountain lion --
Fort Pease again --
Fort attacked by Sioux --
Fighting on Big Horn --
A narrow escape --
Trouble at Baker's battle ground --
Attack by Crows --
Fort Pease continued --
A fight against great odds --
A dash on the herd --
Gift of a hand --
The last fight at and desertion of Fort Pease --
The last fight at Fort Pease --
Forced to leave --
Black Hills stampede --
Death of Charley Cocke --
Death of Charley Cocke --
Commencement of the Sioux War --
Fight with Crazy Horse --
Fight with Crazy Horse --
Reno's fight --
Adventures of Girard and DeRudio --
Custer's massacre --
Adventures of Girard and De Rudio --
A hopeless struggle --
Arrival of Terry --
Burial of the dead and resurrection --
Who was in fault --
The reason why --
Sioux campaign continued --
General Crook's hard march --
The Sioux scatter --
Attack on wagon train --
Sitting Bull --
Yellowstone settlers --
Crook's fight with Dull Knife --
Massacre of wolfers and Shoshones --
Mackenzie's fight with Dull Knife --
Massacre of Shoshones and wolfers --
Last fight of the campaign --
Nez Perce War --
Cause for --
Severe fighting between troops and Indians --
A friendly camp attacked --
A mule stampede --
Nez Perce War continued --
National park tourists in trouble --
Capture of Cowan's party --
White Bird's courtesy --
Nez Perce War continued --
More trouble in national park --
Fight at Henderson's Ranch --
Friendly Indian boy killed --
Nez Perces take a stage ride --
Nez Perce War concluded --
Indian friendship --
Bear Paw fight --
Charge at Bear Paw --
A great commander --
Towns of the Yellowstone --
Bannock insurrection --
Fort Pease dead --
A raid by tourists --
The last Sioux fight --
Buffalo and buffalo killing --
Extermination of buffalo --
Richness of Crow reservation --
The cattle industry --
Mines --
National park and tourists --
Adieu --
Gold and silver mining --
Love of home.
Responsibility: by E.S. Topping ; with new introduction, notes, & bibliography by Robert A. Murray.

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