Citations with the tag: INDIAN scouts

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  • The Pawnee Scouts, Nebraska Volunteers, 1865-1872.
    Milligan, Edward S. // Military Collector & Historian; Fall2004, Vol. 56 Issue 3, p177 

    An excerpt from the 1939 monograph “A Military History of Nebraska,” part of the Federal Artists Project of the Works Projects Administration, is presented.

  • Mickey Free: Apache Captive, Interpreter and Indian Scout.
    Cook, Alexander // Wild West; Jun2006, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p72 

    The article reviews the book "Mickey Free: Apache Captive, Interpreter and Indian Scout," by Allan Radbourne.

  • Custer's Indian scouts.
    Doerner, John A. // Cobblestone; Nov97, Vol. 18 Issue 8, p22 

    Describes the Arikara and Crow indians who acted as scouts for the United States Army in the battle against the Lakota and Cheyenne tribes. Cavalry's reliance on the Indians for information; Reasons why the scouts helped the army; Monthly salary; Weapons issued to scouts; Scouts' role in the...

  • Strong and tenacious Gall won praise as a Hunkpapa warrior and found success at the Little Bighorn.
    Carr, G. Sam // Wild West; Jun2006, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p12 

    The article profiles Hunkpapa Sioux leader Gall. He earned a place in the Strong Hearts, the most prestigious society of the Hunkpapa tribe. Gall had hatred for the white soldiers which ambushed him and the Indian scout who assisted them. He sought for the removal of military posts on the...

  • Four Brave Black Seminole Indian Scouts Earned the Medal of Honor in the 1870s.
    McCormick, David // Wild West; Oct2010, Vol. 23 Issue 3, p24 

    The article features Seminole-Negro Indian Scouts Isaac Payne, Adam Paine, Pompey Factor and John Ward. It discusses highlights of their heroic battles with the Comanche raiders and how they saved the life of Lieutenant John L. Bullis during a fierce battle at Fort Clark, Texas in April 1875...

  • Wolves for the Blue Soldiers: Indian Scouts and Auxiliaries with the United States Army, 1860-1890.
    Agnew, Brad // Journal of American History; Dec1983, Vol. 70 Issue 3, p677 

    Reviews the book "Wolves for the Blue Soldiers: Indian Scouts and Auxiliaries With the United States Army, 1860-1890," by Thomas W. Dunlay.

  • Indian Scout Craft and Lore (Book Review).
    Agnew, Brad // Education; Spring76, Vol. 96 Issue 3, p250 

    Reviews the book 'Indian Scout Craft and Lore,' by Charles A. Eastman.

  • Mickey Free: Apache Captive, Interpreter, and Indian Scout.
    Hatfield, Shelley Bowen // Western Historical Quarterly; Summer2007, Vol. 38 Issue 2, p231 

    Reviews the book "Mickey Free: Apache Captive, Interpreter, and Indian Scout," by Allan Radbourne.

  • NATIVE AMERICAN CAMPSITES OF THE SOUTHERN HIGH PLAINS: HOW TO TELL FRIEND FROM FOE.
    WILSON, JOHN P. // Southwestern Lore; Fall2013, Vol. 79 Issue 3, p27 

    Native scouts, primarily Shawnee and Delaware Indians, guided military parties across the western High Plains in the nineteenth century. These guides relied on an array of telltale signs at abandoned campsites to distinguish the tribal identities of the builders, the number of persons, and age...

  • MICKEY FREE: Apache Captive, Interpreter, and Indian Scout.
    Monnett, John H. // Journal of the West; Fall2006, Vol. 45 Issue 4, p90 

    The article reviews the book "Mickey Free: Apache Captive, Interpreter, and Indian Scout," by Allan Radbourne.

  • Against all odds, Black Seminole won their freedom.
    Thybony, Scott // Smithsonian; Aug91, Vol. 22 Issue 5, p90 

    Reports that from Florida to Texas, 19th-century black Indians used perseverance, courage and skill as weapons in a battle against slavery. The wartime record of Black Seminoles; History of the black seminole nation; Anecdotes offered by descendants of black Seminoles who served as Army scouts;...

  • Streamlined Scout.
    Thybony, Scott // Saturday Evening Post; 2/20/1943, Vol. 215 Issue 34, p4 

    The article describes the cover art feature of Mead Schaeffer for the February 20, 1943 issue of the Evening Post. His work is considered the 5th in his series of war covers for the journal. It reflected a comparison between a Ranger and an Indian Scout. He described the art as a soldier who...

  • MICKEY FREE: Apache Captive and Free Man.
    Wright, Erik // Wild West; Aug2013, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p60 

    The article profiles Mickey Free, a Mexican originally named Felix Telles who is kidnapped by the Pinal Apaches during Sonoita Valley raid on January 27, 1861. It discusses the 11-year captivity of Mickey before he enlisted as an Apache scout for the U.S. Army in December 1872. It examines his...

  • A Hot Trail.
    Clarke, Powhatan H.; Cozzens, Peter // Eyewitness to the Indian Wars, Volume 1; 2001, p630 

    This is an excerpt from an article which described a pursuit and eventually an encounter between U.S. Army troops and their Indian scouts and renegade Apache Indians in Arizona, which appeared in the October 1894 issue of Cosmopolitan. There had been a good deal of uneasiness felt concerning...

  • The Geronimo Campaign.
    Daly, Henry W.; Cozzens, Peter // Eyewitness to the Indian Wars, Volume 1; 2001, p447 

    This is an excerpt from an article which described the U.S. military campaign against an outbreak led by Apache Indian chief Geronimo in Arizona and Mexico in 1885-1886, which appeared in the December 1933 issue of Winners of the West. The probable duration of the expedition, the personnel of...

  • The Difficulties of Indian Warfare.
    Davis, Britton; Cozzens, Peter // Eyewitness to the Indian Wars, Volume 1; 2001, p488 

    This article reprints a letter written by Britton Davis, Second Lieutenant of the U.S. Army Third Cavalry, which described the warfare between U.S. Army troops and Apache Indians in Arizona in 1885, which appeared in the October 24, 1885 issue of Army and Navy Journal. It was indicated in the...

  • Scouting in Arizona, 1890.
    Watson, James W.; Cozzens, Peter // Eyewitness to the Indian Wars, Volume 1; 2001, p642 

    This is an excerpt from an article which described the activities of U.S. scouts or cavalrymen monitoring hostile Apache Indians in Arizona, which appeared in the June 1897 issue of Journal of the United States Cavalry Association. In March 1890, a Mormon freighter was murdered by Apache...

  • Wolves for the Blue Soldiers (Book).
    Rayman, Ronald // Library Journal; 11/1/1982, Vol. 107 Issue 19, p2094 

    Reviews the book 'Wolves for the Blue Soldiers: Indian scouts and auxiliaries with the United States Army, 1860-90,' by Thomas W. Dunlay.

  • Wolves for the Blue Soldiers: Indian Scouts and Auxiliaries with the United States Army, 1860-90.
    Washburn, Wilcomb E. // American Indian Quarterly; Fall1984, Vol. 8 Issue 4, p377 

    Reviews the book "Wolves for the Blue Soldiers: Indian Scouts and Auxiliaries with the United States Army, 1860-90," by Thomas W. Dunlay.

  • Wolves for the Blue Soldiers (Book Review).
    Ellis, Richard N. // American Historical Review; Feb84, Vol. 89 Issue 1, p208 

    Reviews the book 'Wolves for the Blue Soldiers: Indian Scouts and Auxiliaries With the United States Army, 1860-90,' by Thomas W. Dunlay.

  • From Scouts to Regulars.
    Cook, Kevin L. // MHQ: Quarterly Journal of Military History; Winter2006, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p64 

    The article discusses the significant role of Indian scouts equipped with tracking skills and familiarity with areas of operation in the U.S. Army. Their specific historical, cultural and linguistic affiliations and economic circumstances affected their employment as scouts. Lieutenant Edward W....

  • Apache Campaign Notes--1886.
    Pettit, James S.; Cozzens, Peter // Eyewitness to the Indian Wars, Volume 1; 2001, p532 

    This is an excerpt from an article which detailed the hardships suffered by U.S. Army soldiers and Indian scouts in pursuit of savage Apache Indians in Arizona and Mexico in 1885-1886, which appeared in the September 1886 issue of the journal of the Military Service Institution of the United...

  • On the Trail of Geronimo.
    Miles, Nelson A.; Cozzens, Peter // Eyewitness to the Indian Wars, Volume 1; 2001, p536 

    This is an excerpt from an article which described encounters between the hostile Apache Indians led by Geronimo, and the U.S. Army troops with their Indian scouts in Arizona and Mexico in 1885-1886 that eventually led to the surrender of the Indians, which appeared in the June 1911 issue of...

  • The Apache Campaign of 1885-1886.
    Chrisman, Clarence; Cozzens, Peter // Eyewitness to the Indian Wars, Volume 1; 2001, p540 

    This is an excerpt from an article which is a personal account of the pursuit of the U.S. Army and their Indian scouts for hostile Apache Indians led by Geronimo in Arizona and Mexico in 1885-1886, which appeared in the March-July 1927 issue of Winners of the West. Although Geronimo was not a...

  • The Geronimo Campaign.
    Benson, Harry C.; Cozzens, Peter // Eyewitness to the Indian Wars, Volume 1; 2001, p552 

    This is an excerpt from an article which is a personal account of the Lawton expedition of the U.S. Army and Indian scouts against hostile Apache Indians in Arizona and Mexico in 1885-1886, which appeared in the July 3, 1909 issue of Army and Navy Journal. As Captain H. W. Lawton's expedition...

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