Montana Battlefields, 1806-1877: Native Americans and the U.S. Army at War Price: $14.95
by Barbara FiferSoftcover with 224 pages, 6'' x 9'', 27 historical b/w photos, 17 map(s), index.
Montana's era of ''Indian Wars'' consisted of nearly a century of skirmishes, battles, and large-scale wars between the U.S. military and native nations, including Blackfeet, Sioux, Northern Cheyennes, Arapahos, Gros Ventres, and Nez Perces -- and the army's Crow and Shoshone allies. These battlegrounds remain today, a testament to the clash of cultures that defined the region in the nineteenth century. Author Barbara Fifer takes readers on a historic journey to the sites of Montana's most fascinating and storied battles, from Two Medicine Creek to the Little Bighorn and on to the Sweetgrass Hills, revealing engaging tales -- from fighters and witnesses on both sides. Montana Battlefields, 1806-1877: Native Americans and the U.S. Army at War includes: