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  • NPeters102@aol.com
    In a message dated 5/4/2007 10:57:30 A.M. Eastern Daylight Time, tristan4th@yahoo.com writes: Thankyou very much! I will definately begin my search for it...
    Message 1 of 11 , May 4, 2007
      In a message dated 5/4/2007 10:57:30 A.M. Eastern Daylight Time, tristan4th@... writes:
               Thankyou very much!  I will definately begin my search for it... Just so happens the "Apache Wars" are of my main interests!
      Capt. McCracken:
       
      "Eyewitnesses to the Indian Wars, 1865—1890. Volume One: The Struggle for Apacheria," is the first part of a 5-volume series undertaken by Cozzens. And, unless you're lucky, it is QUITE expensive.
       
      Respectfully,

      Mike Peters
      npeters102@...




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    • Tom Mix
      Let me note that “Eyewitness…” is an excellent work. I highly recommend it. Tom ... From: civilwarwest@yahoogroups.com
      Message 2 of 11 , May 4, 2007

        Let me note that “Eyewitness…” is an excellent work.  I highly recommend it.

        Tom

         

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        From: civilwarwest@yahoogroups.com [mailto:civilwarwest@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Tom Gilbert
        Sent: Friday, May 04, 2007 7:47 AM
        To: civilwarwest@yahoogroups.com
        Subject: Re: [civilwarwest] Different O.R.s..???

         

        Capt. McCracken, Sir!

        Your question made me curious, too, so I looked around a little .. I found the following review on the Western History Quarterly Review site.  Might be worth looking into!

        ..Tom Gilbert

         

        Eyewitnesses to the Indian Wars, 1865—1890. Volume One: The Struggle for Apacheria. Edited by Peter Cozzens. (Mechanicsburg, PA: Stackpole Books, 2001. xxxiv + 683 pp. Illustrations, maps, notes, index. $49.95.)

             Historians researching the Indian Wars are not as fortunate as Civil War specialists are in that the latter are blessed with a wide range of available published source compilations such as the Official Records of the War of the Rebellion (Washington, DC, 1880—1901) and Battles and Leaders (New York, 1887—1888). Thanks to Peter Cozzens, research into the Apache Wars, and eventually other Native-American conflicts, has been made a bit easier. Eyewitnesses to the Indian Wars is the first of a projected five-volume compilation of first-person accounts amassed in the fashion of Battles and Leaders.

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             While its Civil War protégé consists of articles reprinted from one source, Century Magazine, this volume of Eyewitnesses to the Indian Wars is an assembled collection of rarely seen narratives drawn from a wide variety of publications. The editor has gathered together letters, articles, reports, and manuscripts that tell the words of army officers, scouts, Native Americans, and women offering their perspective on the tenuous relationship between the Americans and the Apaches. It was a continuous conflict that began to heat up right after the Civil War and that ended during the decade before the turn of the nineteenth century with the surrender of Geronimo

         



        Steve <tristan4th@yahoo. com> wrote:

        Greetings...
        Hope all are doing well & having a good week.
        I may have asked this before, but don't seem to find it in past
        messages.. But are there O.R.s for say, American Indian Wars, Mormon
        War, Spanish American War, ect.. as we have for American Civil War..???
        Hope not to lame of a question... I just need to do some further
        research, and was curious...
        Thanks for time & consideration. ..
        Capt. McCracken... ..

         

         


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      • Tom Gilbert
        I have a shelf of my library at home dedicated to Indian history and warfare, including several Apache studies .. Two come to mind, and in case you don t
        Message 3 of 11 , May 4, 2007
          I have a shelf of my library at home dedicated to "Indian" history and warfare, including several Apache studies .. Two come to mind, and in case you don't have them, "Once They Moved Like the Wind", by David Roberts and "The Conquest of Apacheria" by Dan Trapp are both really great, and both are available at reasonable prices at Amazon .. I used them for research a few years ago for an article on the Bascom Affair of 1861 (had some Civil War connections).. tom g
          p.s. just thought of another one, "Life among the Apaches" John C. Cremony, also available at Amazon

          Steve Saultz <tristan4th@...> wrote:
                     Hi Tom...
                          Thankyou very much!  I will definately begin my search for it... Just so happens the "Apache Wars" are of my main interests!
                    Thanks again...
                      Capt. McCracken... ......

          Tom Gilbert <tommygeebassman@ yahoo.com> wrote:
          Capt. McCracken, Sir!
          Your question made me curious, too, so I looked around a little .. I found the following review on the Western History Quarterly Review site.  Might be worth looking into!
          ..Tom Gilbert
           
          Eyewitnesses to the Indian Wars, 1865—1890. Volume One: The Struggle for Apacheria. Edited by Peter Cozzens. (Mechanicsburg, PA: Stackpole Books, 2001. xxxiv + 683 pp. Illustrations, maps, notes, index. $49.95.)
               Historians researching the Indian Wars are not as fortunate as Civil War specialists are in that the latter are blessed with a wide range of available published source compilations such as the Official Records of the War of the Rebellion (Washington, DC, 1880—1901) and Battles and Leaders (New York, 1887—1888). Thanks to Peter Cozzens, research into the Apache Wars, and eventually other Native-American conflicts, has been made a bit easier. Eyewitnesses to the Indian Wars is the first of a projected five-volume compilation of first-person accounts amassed in the fashion of Battles and Leaders.1
               While its Civil War protégé consists of articles reprinted from one source, Century Magazine, this volume of Eyewitnesses to the Indian Wars is an assembled collection of rarely seen narratives drawn from a wide variety of publications. The editor has gathered together letters, articles, reports, and manuscripts that tell the words of army officers, scouts, Native Americans, and women offering their perspective on the tenuous relationship between the Americans and the Apaches. It was a continuous conflict that began to heat up right after the Civil War and that ended during the decade before the turn of the nineteenth century with the surrender of Geronimo


          Steve <tristan4th@yahoo. com> wrote:
          Greetings...
          Hope all are doing well & having a good week.
          I may have asked this before, but don't seem to find it in past
          messages.. But are there O.R.s for say, American Indian Wars, Mormon
          War, Spanish American War, ect.. as we have for American Civil War..???
          Hope not to lame of a question... I just need to do some further
          research, and was curious...
          Thanks for time & consideration. ..
          Capt. McCracken... ..



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        • Steve Saultz
          Hi Mike... Yes... They are a little taxed... Going anywhere from $35- $48... But by the size of the volumes, 600-800 pgs... I hope they re worth it! From what
          Message 4 of 11 , May 4, 2007
                           Hi Mike...
                                  Yes... They are a little taxed... Going anywhere from $35- $48... But by the size of the volumes, 600-800 pgs... I hope they're worth it!  From what I've read about them on ebay, so far they sound great..  Just having hard time locating "Vol. 1"... Lots of Vol. 3s..??
                  Anywhose... Thanks for the input!
                      Capt. McCracken........

            NPeters102@... wrote:
            In a message dated 5/4/2007 10:57:30 A.M. Eastern Daylight Time, tristan4th@yahoo. com writes:
                     Thankyou very much!  I will definately begin my search for it... Just so happens the "Apache Wars" are of my main interests!
            Capt. McCracken:
             
            "Eyewitnesses to the Indian Wars, 1865—1890. Volume One: The Struggle for Apacheria," is the first part of a 5-volume series undertaken by Cozzens. And, unless you're lucky, it is QUITE expensive.
             
            Respectfully,

            Mike Peters
            npeters102@aol. com




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          • keeno2@aol.com
            In a message dated 5/4/2007 9:57:13 AM Central Daylight Time, tristan4th@yahoo.com writes: Thankyou very much! I will definately begin my search for it...
            Message 5 of 11 , May 4, 2007
              In a message dated 5/4/2007 9:57:13 AM Central Daylight Time, tristan4th@... writes:
              Thankyou very much!  I will definately begin my search for it... Just so happens the "Apache Wars" are of my main interests!
                        Thanks again...
                          Capt. McCracken.........
              Just checked abebooks.com. Seems volumes 1, 2, 3, and 5 are around. Also check hamiltonbooks. Didn't get around to ordering from them when their paper came around, and I haven't seen any lately.
               
              Sounds like they're popular. Don't wait too long.
              Ken




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            • Bob Huddleston
              The ORs are unique to the American Civil War -- no other war in history has published anything comparable. The Cozzen compilations mentioned do not begin to
              Message 6 of 11 , May 5, 2007
                The ORs are unique to the American Civil War -- no other war in history has published anything comparable. The Cozzen compilations mentioned do not begin to compare. If you have not read it, I would highly recommend Aimone, _A User Guide to the Official Records...._ It is included in the Guild Press version but is worth purchasing in a letter press edition.
                 
                The famous "Green Books" published by the Army after World War II were envisioned by Army  Chief of Staff Eisenhower to be the 20th Century version of the OR, with the realization that the volume of material created during World War II would be too great to allow a WW II OR.

                Take care,

                Bob

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                From: civilwarwest@yahoogroups.com [mailto:civilwarwest@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Steve
                Sent: Thursday, May 03, 2007 5:16 PM
                To: civilwarwest@yahoogroups.com
                Subject: [civilwarwest] Different O.R.s..???

                Greetings...
                Hope all are doing well & having a good week.
                I may have asked this before, but don't seem to find it in past
                messages.. But are there O.R.s for say, American Indian Wars, Mormon
                War, Spanish American War, ect.. as we have for American Civil War..???
                Hope not to lame of a question... I just need to do some further
                research, and was curious...
                Thanks for time & consideration. ..
                Capt. McCracken... ..

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