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Military forts and campaigns in the Southwest : a collection of Smoke signals published by the Tucson Corral of Westerners

Author: Westerners. Tucson Corral.
Publisher: Tucson, Ariz. : Tucson Corral of Westerners, 1983.
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Genre/Form: Military history
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Westerners. Tucson Corral.
OCLC Number: 11936470
Notes: "The papers reproduced here originally appeared in the series called The Smoke signal, an occasional publication ... of the Tucson Corral of the Westerners"--Title page verso.
Description: 152, 15, [13] pages : illustrations (some color) ; 28 cm
Contents: The military in the Southwest --
The desert dream of the South / No. 4 Fall 1961 --
Fort Lowell / No. 8 Fall 1963 --
The sabre retires : Pershing's Cavalry Campaign in Mexico, 1916 / No. 9 Spring 1964 --
Camp Date Creek / No. 10 Fall 1964 --
Apache Pass and Old Fort Bowie / No. 11 Spring 1965 --
The military posts on Sonoita Creek / No. 12 Fall 1965 --
Generals Crook and Miles in Arizona / No. 15 Spring 1967 --
An end to the Apache warpath / No. 22 Fall 1970 --
Fort Whipple in the days of the empire / No. 26 Fall 1972 --
History of Fort Huachuca / No. 29 Spring 1974 --
Fort Apache, Arizona Territory / No. 33 Spring 1977 --
Aftermath of Cibicue / No. 36 Fall 1978 --
New Mexico volunteers / No. 37 Spring 1979 --
Atillery helped win the Southwest / No. 41 Spring 1981.
Other Titles: Smoke signal.
Responsibility: introduction by Dan L. Thrapp ; cartography by Don Bufkin ; indexed by Otis H. Chidester and Richard R. Willey.

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