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Eugene Fitch Ware The Indian War of 1864

Eugene Fitch Ware The Indian War of 1864: Events in Kansas, Nebraska, Colorado and Wyoming

Robert S. Allen His Majesty's Indian Allies


His Majesty’s Indian Allies is a study of British-Indian policy in North America from the time of the American Revolution to the end of the War of 1812, with particular focus on Canada.

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War-Path and Bivouac Or the Conquest of the Sioux is a fascinating account of the Indian Wars in the West. John Finnerty describes his experiences in the Big Horn and Yellowstone expedition of 1876.

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"Montcalm and Wolfe" is Francis Parkman's detailed account of the French and Indian War framed through portraits of its two opposing generals. The French and Indian War, which was the North American chapter of the Seven Years' War between the French and the British, pitted the commander of the French troops, Louis-Joseph de Montcalm-Gozon, Marquis de Saint-Veran, against the commander of the British forces, British Brigadier General James Wolfe. A captivating tale of one of the conflicts that arose over the colonies of the New World, «Montcalm and Wolfe» is a must read for all fans of the military history of the period.

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William S. Kiser Borderlands of Slavery


It is often taken as a simple truth that the Civil War and the Thirteenth Amendment to the Constitution ended slavery in the United States. In the Southwest, however, two coercive labor systems, debt peonage—in which a debtor negotiated a relationship of servitude, often lifelong, to a creditor—and Indian captivity, not only outlived the Civil War but prompted a new struggle to define freedom and bondage in the United States. In Borderlands of Slavery , William S. Kiser presents a comprehensive history of debt peonage and Indian captivity in the territory of New Mexico after the Civil War. It begins in the early 1700s with the development of Indian slavery through slave raiding and fictive kinship. By the early 1800s, debt peonage had emerged as a secondary form of coerced servitude in the Southwest, augmenting Indian slavery to meet increasing demand for labor. While indigenous captivity has received considerable scholarly attention, the widespread practice of debt peonage has been largely ignored. Kiser makes the case that these two intertwined systems were of not just regional but also national importance and must be understood within the context of antebellum slavery, the Civil War, emancipation, and Reconstruction. Kiser argues that the struggle over Indian captivity and debt peonage in the Southwest helped both to broaden the public understanding of forced servitude in post-Civil War America and to expand political and judicial philosophy regarding free labor in the reunified republic. Borderlands of Slavery emphasizes the lasting legacies of captivity and peonage in Southwestern culture and society as well as in the coercive African American labor regimes in the Jim Crow South that persevered into the early twentieth century.

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Джеймс Фенимор Купер The Last of the Mohicans


HarperCollins is proud to present its range of best-loved, essential classics.‘Death and honour are thought to be the same, but today I have learned that sometimes they are not.’Set in frontier America in the midst of the French-Indian war, as the French are attempting to overthrow an English fort, Cooper’s story follows Alice and Cora Munro, pioneer sisters who are trying to find their way back to their father, an English commander. Guided by an army major and Magua, an Indian from the Huron tribe, they soon meet Hawk-eye, a frontier scout and his Mohican Indian companions Chingachgook and Uncas.Magua is not all that he seems and the sisters are kidnapped. In The Last of the Mohicans, Cooper sets Indian tribe against Indian tribe and lays bare the brutality of the white man against the Mohicans.

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Walter M. Fitch, a pioneer in the study of molecular evolution, has written this cogent overview of why creationism fails with respect to all the fundamentals of scientific inquiry. He explains the basics of logic and rhetoric at the heart of scientific thinking, shows what a logical syllogism is, and tells how one can detect that an argument is logically fallacious, and therefore invalid, or even duplicitous. Fitch takes his readers through the arguments used by creationists to question the science of evolution. He clearly delineates the fallacies in logic that characterize creationist thinking, and explores the basic statistics that creationists tend to ignore, including elementary genetics, the age of the Earth, and fossil dating. His book gives readers the tools they need for detecting and disassembling the ideas most frequently repeated by creationists.

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Eugene Ware - Kansapedia - Kansas Historical Society

Died: July 1, 1911, Cascade, Colorado. Eugene Fitch Ware, also known as "Ironquill," is scarcely known to Kansans of today. Yet, during his lifetime he was considered one of the state's most illustrious citizens, having gained fame as a soldier, lawyer, politician, and author. Ware was born May 29, 1841, in Hartford, Connecticut.

Eugene Fitch Ware (Author of The Indian War of 1864)

Eugene Fitch Ware was a soldier, journalist, politician, historian, lawyer, poet, and served as Commissioner of Pensions under the Theodore Roosevelt administration. Describing him, Roosevelt said he refused “to be swayed by any motive save the public good,” and, under the non de plume Ironquill, he remains one of Kansas’ well-known poets.

The Indian War of 1864 by Eugene Fitch Ware

Eugene Ware has given us an incredible glimpse into the life and times of a period of American history that is rarely recognized. He writes with great clarity and describe in great detail of the life of a calvary officer, it's men and the civilians, both white and Indian.

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Eugene Fitch Ware was a soldier, journalist, politician, historian, lawyer, poet, and served as Commissioner of Pensions under the Theodore Roosevelt administration.

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The Indian War of 1864 by Eugene Fitch Ware “The Indian War of 1864” describes events of the Colorado War, fought from 1863 to 1865 between the Cheyenne and Arapaho Nations and white settlers and militia in the Colorado Territory and adjacent regions in Kansas, Nebraska and Wyoming. The Kiowa and the Comanche played a minor role in actions that occurred in the southern part of the ...

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This is a vivid book."-New York Herald TribuneFrom Captain Eugene Fitch Ware's service in the Seventh Iowa Cavalry, an organization charged with keeping the overland routes open and free from Indian attack, came The Indian War of 1864, originally published in 1911, the year of his death. This Bison Book edition carries a new introduction by John D. McDermott, the author of Forlorn Hope: The ...

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Ware, Eugene Fitch, 1841-1911. Publication date 1907 Topics United States. Army. Iowa Infantry Regiment, 1st (1861), United States. Army Iowa Infantry Regiment, 1st (1861-1865), United States -- History Civil War, 1861-1865 Regimental histories, Missouri -- History Civil War, 1861-1865 Publisher Topcka, Kan., Printed by Crane & company Collection newyorkpubliclibrary; civilwardocuments ...

He and She by Eugene Fitch Ware

"He and She" by Eugene Fitch Ware, aka "Ironquill." A read aloud with the written text.

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Eugene Fitch Ware aka Ironquill (1841-1911) Kansas. photo used with the permission of Eugene Ware Elementary School, Fort Scott, Kansas [The photograph from which the digital image was created hangs at Eugene Ware Elementary School. Information on the back of the photograph reads: "Presented to Eugene Ware School , April, 1949, by his three daughters: Abby Ware Nies, Jeannette Ware Nelson, and ...

Ware, Eugene Fitch, 1841-1911 | The Online Books Page

Eugene Fitch Ware (Ware, Eugene Fitch, 1841-1911) Books from the extended shelves: Ware, Eugene Fitch, 1841-1911: From court to court. This pamphlet sets forth the method of taking cases from a state court to the United States Supreme court. (Topeka (Kan.) : Crane & company, printers, c1901) (page images at HathiTrust) Ware, Eugene Fitch, 1841-1911: The glan-ik : a trade language based upon ...

Eugene F. Ware - Kansas State History

Eugene Fitch Ware was born at Hartford, Connecticut, May 29, 1841; died at Cascade, Colorado, July 1, 1911. His parents moved to Burlington, Iowa, when he was a child. Iowa was at that time a territory, and he grew to man's estate on the frontier of our rapidly expanding republic.

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Eugene Fitch Ware whose pennames were "Ironquill" and "the Philospher from Paint Creek," came to Kansas after serving in the Union Army and editing an Iowa Newspaper. He settled at Ft. Scott, studied law and later became a specialist in the fields of water rights and insurance law.

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Eugene Fitch Ware in The Topeka State Journal - July 6 1911 The Topeka State Journal - July 6 1911 Added 2016-12-28 17:30:22 -0800 by Kimberly Louise Fraser

Letter's Archive | Eugene Fitch WARE

Item #26 File archive of noted Kansan, politician, poet, journalist, and lawyer Eugene Fitch Ware 1841-1911 . A collection of letters and ephemera from Ware’s personal files comprised of 1,470 letters sent from friends, family, and businessmen to Ware from 1856 to 1911 and numerous newspaper clippings, telegrams, and event menus both loose and pasted in a scrapbook, all comprising two linear ...

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Biography of Eugene Fitch Ware Ware, an attorney by profession, often wrote poetry under the pseudonym, "Ironquill". He was a veteran of the Civil War, serving in the Iowa infantry units. He was admitted to the bar in Fort Scott, Kansas in 1871, and practiced law in Fort Scott, Topeka, and Kansas City until his death in 1911.

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Eugene Fitch Ware, whose pennames were "Ironquill" and "the Philospher from Paint Creek," came to Kansas after serving in the Union Army and editing an Iowa Newspaper. He settled at Ft. Scott, studied law and later became a specialist in the fields of water rights and insurance law. Although Ware wrote several books on a wide number of subjects -- military history, water rights law, even a ...

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By Eugene Fitch Ware (“Ironquill”) (1841–1911) John Brown, an anti-slavery agitator, seized Harper’s Ferry, Oct. 16, 1859, in an attempt to free the slaves. He was arrested, tried, and hanged December 2nd of the same year. STATES are not great: Except as men may make them; Men are not great except they do and dare. But States, like men, Have destinies that take them— 5: That bear ...

Eugene Fitch Ware (1914 edition) | Open Library

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Ware, Eugene Fitch, 1841-1911. Papers, 1859-1939 (bulk 1895-1911). Kansas State Historical Society: referencedIn: William Elsey Connelly papers, 1883-1914, 1899-1903 University of Kansas Kenneth Spencer Research Library Kansas Collection. referencedIn

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Known as Kansas most famous poet, and known all over the country and world. Ware used the pseudonym "Ironquill." It was while he worked as an editor of the Fort Scott newspaper that he submitted his poems under the name Ironquill. Two of his most famous works are "The Rhymes of Ironquill" and "The Washerwomans Song".

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Eugene Ware was born in Hartford, Conn., on May 29, 1841, to Hiram and Amanda (Holbrook) Ware. His father was a harness maker, and in 1844 he moved his family to Burlington, Iowa, on the Mississippi River and established a harness-making shop. Eugene attended school in Burlington and then an academy at Denmark, Iowa.

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Eugene Fitch Ware - Kansas Memory Portrait of Eugene Fitch Ware, "Ironquill", a noted Kansas newspaperman, lawyer and poet. He is well known for his poem "Dewey Was the Morning".

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Eugene Fitch Ware (1841-1911) was a soldier, journalist, politician, historian, lawyer, poet, and served as Commissioner of Pensions in the Theodore Roosevelt administration. Born in Connecticut in 1841, Ware's family moved in 1844 to Burlington, Iowa, where Eugene was educated in public schools and apprenticed in his father’s harness-making trade. After the firing on Fort Sumter in April ...

Eugene Ware - Historical records and family trees - MyHeritage

Eugene, Fitch Ware was born on month day 1841, at birth place, Connecticut, to Hiram, Belcher Ware and Amanda, Melvina Ware. Eugene had 4 siblings: Frank Holbrook Ware and 3 other siblings. Eugene married Jeanette Ware on month day 1874, at age 33. They had 5 children: Abby Huntington Nies, Juniata Maria and 3 other children. Eugene passed away on month day 1911, at age 70 at death place ...

Eugene Fitch Ware

Eugene Fitch Ware was born on May 29, 1841 in Hartford, Connecticut. His parents, Hiram and Amanda, soon moved to Burlington, Iowa, and in 1861, Mr. Ware served in Company E of the First Iowa Infantry. His book, The Lyon … Continue reading →

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Eugene F. Ware, captain of “F” company, Seventh Iowa Cavalry, fought within this area of conflict and provides vivid insight into battles and campaigns that tore through the Midwest. This book is essential listening for anyone interested in finding out more about some of the less well-known areas of conflict during the Civil War period, as well as the westward expansion of the United States.

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Eugene Ware correspondence - Kansas Memory

Ware moved to Topeka in 1893 to become a partner with Charles Gleed and his brother, James, forming the law firm of Gleed, Ware and Gleed. In addition to journalism, law, and politics, Ware used the pseudonym, Ironquill, for his literary and poetic achievements. His works include "Neutralia" and "The Rhymes of Ironquill". For a complete contents list of the papers of Eugene Fitch Ware, see the ...

Eugene Fitch Ware | Open Library

Eugene Fitch Ware 1841 - 1911. 12 works Add another? Most Editions | First Published | Most Recent. Showing all works by author. Would you like to see only ebooks? The Lyon campaign in Missouri by Eugene Fitch Ware. First published in 1907 8 editions — 3 previewable ...

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Eugene Fitch Ware (b. 1841), the United States Comissioner of Pensions (1902-1905), was born in Connecticut and lived for awhile in Iowa before settling in Kansas as a homesteader and comissioner. He also wrote poetry under the name 'Ironquill', wrote historical works ( The Indian War of 1864 being possibly his most famous), was a lawyer, editor of The Fort Scott Monitor, and was elected to ...

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By Eugene Fitch Ware (“Ironquill”) THERE is a clouded city, gone to rest: Beyond the crest: Where cordilleras mar the mystic west. There suns unheeded rise and re-arise; And in the skies: 5: The harvest moon unnoticed lives and dies. And yet this clouded city has no night— Volcanic light: Compels eternal noontide, redly bright. A thousand wells, whence cooling waters came, 10: No more ...

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HISTORY NEBRASKA MANUSCRIPT FINDING AID RG2927.AM: Eugene F. Ware, 1841-1911 Papers (on microfilm): 1859-1866 Nebraska Territory: U.S. Cavalry; 7th Iowa Volunteer Cavalry Size: One reel of microfilm BACKGROUND NOTE Born May 29, 1841, at Hartford, Connecticut, Eugene F. Ware served in various military campaigns. He mustered out of the Army in 1859 as a quartermaster

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Eugene Fitch Ware. 24 May 2016. Hardback. US$31.74. Add to basket. Some Rhymes of Ironquill. Eugene Fitch] 1841-1911 [Ware. 26 Aug 2016. Paperback. US$17.83. Add to basket. Rhymes of Ironquill. Eugene Fitch 1841-1911 Ware. 28 Aug 2016. Paperback. US$17.88. Add to basket. Pennsylvania Lighthouses on Lake Erie. Eugene H Ware. 20 Jun 2016. Hardback . US$32.14. Add to basket. Some of the Rhymes of ...

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Группа авторов War in the Hellenistic World


Exploiting the abundant primary sources available, this book examines the diverse ways in which war shaped the Hellenistic world. An overview of war and society in the Hellenistic world. Highlights the interdependence of warfare and social phenomena. Covers a wide range of topics, including social conditions as causes of war, the role of professional warriors, the discourse of war in Hellenistic cities, the budget of war, the collective memory of war, and the aesthetics of war. Draws on the abundance of primary sources available.

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&quot;Lincoln and the Indians has stood the test of time and offers this generation of readers a valuable interpretation of the U.S. government&#39;s Indian policies&mdash;and sometimes the lack thereof&mdash;during the Civil War era. Providing a critical perspective on Lincoln&#39;s role, Nichols sets forth an especially incisive analysis of the trial of participants in the Dakota War of 1862 in Minnesota and Lincoln&#39;s role in sparing the lives of most of those who were convicted.&quot; &mdash; James M. McPherson, Pulitzer Prize–winning author of Battle Cry of Freedom<br /><br /> &quot;For the Dakota people, the Indian System started with the doctrine of discovery and continued through Abraham Lincoln&#39;s presidency and beyond. The United States was bound to protect the rights of Indian parties. But in the end, the guilty were glorified and the laws for humanity disgraced. This book tells that story, and it should be required reading at all educational institutions.&quot; &mdash;Sheldon Wolfchild, independent filmmaker, artist, and actor<br /><br />&quot;Undoubtedly the best book published on Indian affairs in the years of Lincoln&#39;s presidency.&quot; &mdash;American Historical Review

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David Alan Johnson Decided on the Battlefield


In the summer of 1864, the American Civil War had been dragging on for over three years with no end in sight. Things had not gone well for the Union, and the public blamed the president for the stalemate against the Confederacy and for the appalling numbers of killed and wounded. Lincoln was thoroughly convinced that without a favorable change in the trajectory of the war he would have no chance of winning a second term against former Union general George B. McClellan, whom he had previously dismissed as commander of the Army of the Potomac. This vivid, engrossing account of a critical year in American history examines the events of 1864, when the course of American history might have taken a radically different direction. It's no exaggeration to say that if McClellan had won the election, everything would have been different-McClellan and the Democrats planned to end the war immediately, grant the South its independence, and let the Confederacy keep its slaves. What were the crucial factors that in the end swung public sentiment in favor of Lincoln? Johnson focuses on the battlefield campaigns of Generals Ulysses S. Grant and William Tecumseh Sherman. While Grant was waging a war of attrition with superior manpower against the quick and elusive rebel forces under General Robert E. Lee, Sherman was fighting a protracted battle in Georgia against Confederate general Joseph E. Johnston. But then the president of the Confederacy, Jefferson Davis, made a tactical error that would change the whole course of the war. This lively narrative, full of intriguing historical facts, brings to life an important series of episodes in our nation's history. History and Civil War buffs will not want to put down this real-life page-turner.

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A compact guide to Indian architecture and interior design. Starting in the North of India, this compact guide to the best of Indian style takes the reader on a tour down through to the south of the country, exploring a wide range of Indian architecture and interior design. Редактор: Angelika Taschen. Фотограф: Deidi von Schaewen. Издание на английском, французском и немецком языках.

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