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Remington, Frederic, 1861-1909.
Remington's frontier sketches.
Chicago, New York [etc.] The Werner Co. 
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|Notes:||Introduction by Geo. S. Rowe.
Plates titled: twenty five to one; pursuing Geronimo; meeting between the lines "God almighty made me an Indian and not an Agency Indian"; Indian village routed; Indian winter encampment on staked plains; mounting infantry on captured ponies; Sioux warriors; the lame deer fight; hunting hostile camp; surrender of Chief Joseph "from where the sun now stands I fight no more against the White Man"; fighting over the captured herd; soldiers opening their own veins for want of water; attacking the Indian chief, "Crazy Horse"; pursuing the Indians; Indians firing the prairies.
|Description:|| pages : 15 plates ; 25 x 32 cm|
|Responsibility:||by Frederic Remington.|