Civil War in the Indian Territory by Steve Cottrell,Andy Thomas,Whit Edwards PDF

By Steve Cottrell,Andy Thomas,Whit Edwards

From the bloody conflict of Wilson's Creek in August 1861 until eventually hand over in June 1865, the Civil conflict within the Indian Territory proved to be a try out of valor and endurance.

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