Tales of the Trail: Short Stories of Western Life by Henry Inman

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Author Inman, Henry, 1837-1899
Title Tales of the Trail: Short Stories of Western Life
Contents General Forsythe at the Arrickaree -- El Solitario, the hermit priest of the old Santa Fé trail -- Medicine Bluff -- A race for life: an incident of the Indian war of 1864 -- The tragedy at Twin Mounds: an incident of the Indian war of 1866-'67 -- Wal. Henderson -- Kit Carsons's Pawnee Rock story -- Sheridan's roost -- The passing of the buffalo -- Judge Lynch's court at Whooping Hollow -- The wooing of Ah-key-nes-tou -- Kit Carson's "First Indian" -- Did General Custer commit suicide?
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Language English
LoC Class PS: Language and Literatures: American and Canadian literature
Subject Western stories
Subject Frontier and pioneer life -- West (U.S.) -- Fiction
Subject West (U.S.) -- Social life and customs -- Fiction
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EBook-No. 58568
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