Eyewitness to the Old West
Firsthand Accounts of Exploration, Adventure, and PerileBook - 2004
A collection of over 150 vignettes from the journals and diaries of people who lived or traveled in the Old West, these accounts begin with the sixteenth-century collisions between the Spaniards and the Indians and conclude with Black Elk's mournful description of the Battle of Wounded Knee in 1890. Storytellers include explorers, missionaries, India leaders, a poet, an artist, and a future president.
Publisher: Lanham : Roberts Rinehart, 2004.
Characteristics: 1 online resource text file