Soldiers West: Biographies from the Military Frontier

Soldiers West Biographies from the Military Frontier These biographies emphasize the wide diversity of style temperament activity and occupation of frontier soldiers Included are William Clark Stephen H Long William S Harney James Henry Carleton

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  • Title: Soldiers West: Biographies from the Military Frontier
  • Author: Paul Andrew Hutton
  • ISBN: 9780803272255
  • Page: 231
  • Format: Paperback
  • These biographies emphasize the wide diversity of style, temperament, activity, and occupation of frontier soldiers Included are William Clark, Stephen H Long, William S Harney, James Henry Carleton, Philip H Sheridan, George Armstrong Custer, George Crook, John G Bourke, Benjamin H Grierson, Ranald S Mackenzie, William B Hazen, Nelson A Miles, Frank D Baldwin, aThese biographies emphasize the wide diversity of style, temperament, activity, and occupation of frontier soldiers Included are William Clark, Stephen H Long, William S Harney, James Henry Carleton, Philip H Sheridan, George Armstrong Custer, George Crook, John G Bourke, Benjamin H Grierson, Ranald S Mackenzie, William B Hazen, Nelson A Miles, Frank D Baldwin, and Charles King.

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    1. This volume is exactly what it says it is -- a collection of brief biographies of fourteen key military leaders who were closely involved with the settling of the American West, each by a different author. They’re presented in chronological order, beginning with William Clark, who may seem an odd choice to some -- the Lewis and Clark Expedition and all that. But it all depends on how you define “frontier.” (Speaking to students, I’ve always defined it as beginning one mile west of Jamest [...]

    2. The editors have compiled a fine set of biographical essays about significant leaders of the 19th Century U.S. Army on the frontier. Those who are not familiar with these men will find this book a great place to begin their exploration of the topic of frontier military history, and those who are familiar with the topic will learn additional details about these frontier military leaders and their accomplishments through the original research included in these essays.Each of the biographical essay [...]

    3. A great collection of short biographies on all the leading US Army commanders, from William Clark (1770-1838) through Charles King (1844-1933), ably selected and edited by my old history professor, Paul Andrew Hutton, who has become quite famous as a talking head on various History Channel docs on the American West. With an introduction by Hutton's mentor, Robert M. Utley.

    4. A collection of short biographies on several army officers who played a role in America's westward expansion. There are some surprising entries here. This is a good resource.

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