OUR WILD INDIANS:; thirty-three years personal experience among the red men of the great West. A popular account of their social life, religion, habits, traits, customs, exploits, etc. With thrilling adventures and experiences on the great plains and in the mountains of our wide frontier. With an introduction by General Sherman. Fully illustrated with portraits on steel, full page engravings on wood and (6) fine chromo-lithographic plates.
Hartford: Worthington, 1882. First Edition. 8vo, pp. 650. Bound in brown cloth stamped in gilt, hinges loose, a good copy. Howes D-403; Graff 1114; Rader 1172; Saunders 2143. Item #56168
Dodge was aide-de-camp to General Sherman. He was born in North Carolina and graduated from West Point in 1848. His career, with the exception of the Civil War, was almost wholly in the West. Graff.