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"I will fight no more forever"; Chief Joseph and the Nez Perce War.

Author: Merrill D Beal
Publisher: Seattle, University of Washington Press, 1963.
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : State or province government publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Records the struggles of the peaceful Nez Perce Indians to avoid subjugation by the U.S. government.
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Beal, Merrill D., 1898-1990.
"I will fight no more forever".
Seattle, University of Washington Press, 1963
(OCoLC)561874813
Online version:
Beal, Merrill D., 1898-1990.
"I will fight no more forever".
Seattle, University of Washington Press, 1963
(OCoLC)607904753
Named Person: Joseph, Nez Percé Chief; Joseph, Nez Percé Chief; Joseph, Nez Percé Chief
Material Type: Biography, Government publication, State or province government publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Merrill D Beal
OCLC Number: 420111
Description: xvii, 366 pages illustrations, portraits, maps 24 cm
Contents: From Peace to war. The Nez Perces at home --
A golden age of Indian relations --
Indian treaties and controversies --
On the warpath --
The campaign in Idaho. The Battle of White Bird Canyon --
Aftermaths, skirmishes, and repercussions --
The Battle of Clearwater --
Crossing the Bitterroot Ranges. Crossing the Lolo Trail --
Affairs at Fort Fizzle and in Montana --
From Lolo Creek to the Big Hole Basin --
The Battle of the Big Hole --
Casualties, evaluations, and reactions --
Incidents on the route to Camas Meadows --
The raid and battle of Camas Meadows --
On to Yellowstone National Park --
Indians and soldiers cross the park --
Flight toward Canada. Escaping the Absaroka blockade --
The Battle of Canyon Creek --
From the Musselshell to the Bear Paw Range --
Seventh Cavalry Success. --
Colonel Nelson A. Miles enters the campaign --
The Battle of Bear Paws --
"I will fight forever no more" --
A summary of the Nez Perce campaign --
Exile decreed, applied and abandoned. Trails of triumph and tears --
Survival in exile --
Epical twilights.

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Records the struggles of the peaceful Nez Perce Indians to avoid subjugation by the U.S. government.

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