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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Howard, O. O. (Oliver Otis), 1830-1909.
Famous Indian chiefs I have known.
Lincoln : University of Nebraska Press, c1989
|Material Type:||Biography, Government publication, State or province government publication|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
O O Howard; George Varian
|ISBN:||0803223501 9780803223509 0803272413 9780803272415|
|Notes:||Reprint. Originally published: New York : Century Co., 1908.
"A Bison book."
|Description:||xix, 364 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.|
Billy Bowlegs and the Everglades of Florida --
Antonio and Antonito --
Santos, and Eskiminzeen the Stammerer --
Pedro the Imitator, Clear-eyed Eskeltesela and One-Eyed Miguel--a visit to White Mountain chiefs to Washington --
Cochise, the Chiricahua Apache chief --
Manuelito : a Navajo war chief --
Captain Jack, chief of the Modoc Indians --
Alaska Indian chiefs : Fernandeste, Sitka Jack, and Anahootz --
The great war chief Joseph of the Nez Perces, and his lieutenants, White Bird and Looking-Glass --
Moses, a great war chief who knew when not to fight --
Winnemucca, chief of the Piutes --
Toc-me-to-ne, an Indian princess --
Mattie, the daughter of Chief Shenkah --
Chief Egan of the Malheurs --
Lot, a Spokane chief --
Red Cloud --
Sitting-Bull, the great Dakota leader --
Washakie, a Shoshone chief, the friend of the white man --
Homill, chief of the Walla Walla --
Cut-mouth John --
Geronimo, the last Apache chief on the war-path.
|Responsibility:||by O.O. Howard ; with illustrations by George Varian ; introduction by Bruce J. Dinges.|
"Howard was a talented writer and entertaining storyteller with a wry sense of humor. Writing from personal experience, he created engaging portraits - almost unheard of in his day - of Indians as