Washakie. An account of Indian resistance of the Covered Wagon and Union Pacific Railroad Invasions of their territory. Grace Raymond HEBARD.

Washakie. An account of Indian resistance of the Covered Wagon and Union Pacific Railroad Invasions of their territory

Cleveland: The Arthur H. Clark Company, 1930. Tall 8vo. 337 pp. Plates and maps. Original gilt-lettered red ribbed cloth, top edges gilt, others untrimmed. A fine copy. Item #403735

FIRST EDITION. "Washakie was a longtime friend of men such as Bridger, Kit Carson, Sublette, Jedidiah Smith, and many others. He worked for the Hudson's Bay Company, was a neighbor and friend of the Mormons and Brigham Young, and served as a scout with General Crook during the 1876 campaign against the Sioux. A chief of the Shoshone Indians, Washakie ruled for sixty years as a benevolent and respected despot" (Clark & Brunet 118). Howes H384 ("aa"); Luther 41.

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