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Life Of Tom Horn, Government Scout & Interpreter; A Vindication

Life Of Tom Horn, Government Scout & Interpreter; A Vindication

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Longueur: 327 pages5 heures

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"War With Geronimo & The Apache: Life Of Tom Horn, Government Scout & Interpreter; A Vindication" by Tom Horn is an eyewitness look at  the Apache Wars & attempts to suppress the Chiricahua Apache led by the legendary Chief Geronimo in the 1880s

Tom Horn 1860-1903 was a renowned Indian scout, tracker, & sometimes detective. After leaving an abusive father at his Missouri birthplace at 16 years old, he went West eventually finding his way to Arizona. A quick study, he became fluent in both Apache & Spanish. Because of these proficiencies he was hired as a civilian tracker & interpreter by the US Cavalry. Rising to the position of Chief of Scouts, he helped track & capture the legendary Apache Chief Geronimo effectively ending the Apache Wars.

His book is an autobiography, written while he was in jail awaiting execution for a murder he is alleged to have committed during the cattlemen-sheepherder wars at the end of the 19th Century. Ancillary material at the end of the book pertains to this episode of his life, but the book is primarily about his career as a tracker & interpreter. As such it provides a first-hand view of the problems faced by the Cavalry in pursuing the wily Geronimo & his Chiricahua tribe.

A must read for those interested in the Apache Wars & the career of Geronimo.

There are approximately 87,100+ words and approximately 290+ pages at 300 words per page in this e-book.

NOTE: This book has been scanned then OCR (Optical Character Recognition) has been applied to turn the scanned page images back into editable text. Then every effort has been made to correct typos, spelling, and to eliminate stray marks picked up by the OCR program. The original and/or extra period images, if any, were then placed in the appropriate place and, finally, the file was formatted for the e-book criteria of the site. This means that the text CAN be re-sized, searches performed, & bookmarks added, unlike some other e-books that are only scanned---errors, stray marks, and all.

We have added an Interactive Table of Contents & an Interactive List of Illustrations if any were present in the original. This means that the reader can click on the links in the Table of Contents or the List of Illustrations & be instantly transported to that chapter or illustration.

Our aim is to provide the reader AND the collector with long out-of-print (OOP) classic books at realistic prices. If you load your mobile device(s) with our books, not only will you have fingertip access to a large library of antiquarian and out-of-print material at reasonable prices, but you can mark them up electronically & always have them for immediate reference without worrying about damage or loss to expensive bound copies.

We will be adding to our titles regularly, look for our offerings on your favorite e-book site.

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Life Of Tom Horn, Government Scout & Interpreter; A Vindication

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Life Of Tom Horn, Government Scout & Interpreter; A Vindication

Longueur: 327 pages5 heures

Description

"War With Geronimo & The Apache: Life Of Tom Horn, Government Scout & Interpreter; A Vindication" by Tom Horn is an eyewitness look at  the Apache Wars & attempts to suppress the Chiricahua Apache led by the legendary Chief Geronimo in the 1880s

Tom Horn 1860-1903 was a renowned Indian scout, tracker, & sometimes detective. After leaving an abusive father at his Missouri birthplace at 16 years old, he went West eventually finding his way to Arizona. A quick study, he became fluent in both Apache & Spanish. Because of these proficiencies he was hired as a civilian tracker & interpreter by the US Cavalry. Rising to the position of Chief of Scouts, he helped track & capture the legendary Apache Chief Geronimo effectively ending the Apache Wars.

His book is an autobiography, written while he was in jail awaiting execution for a murder he is alleged to have committed during the cattlemen-sheepherder wars at the end of the 19th Century. Ancillary material at the end of the book pertains to this episode of his life, but the book is primarily about his career as a tracker & interpreter. As such it provides a first-hand view of the problems faced by the Cavalry in pursuing the wily Geronimo & his Chiricahua tribe.

A must read for those interested in the Apache Wars & the career of Geronimo.

There are approximately 87,100+ words and approximately 290+ pages at 300 words per page in this e-book.

NOTE: This book has been scanned then OCR (Optical Character Recognition) has been applied to turn the scanned page images back into editable text. Then every effort has been made to correct typos, spelling, and to eliminate stray marks picked up by the OCR program. The original and/or extra period images, if any, were then placed in the appropriate place and, finally, the file was formatted for the e-book criteria of the site. This means that the text CAN be re-sized, searches performed, & bookmarks added, unlike some other e-books that are only scanned---errors, stray marks, and all.

We have added an Interactive Table of Contents & an Interactive List of Illustrations if any were present in the original. This means that the reader can click on the links in the Table of Contents or the List of Illustrations & be instantly transported to that chapter or illustration.

Our aim is to provide the reader AND the collector with long out-of-print (OOP) classic books at realistic prices. If you load your mobile device(s) with our books, not only will you have fingertip access to a large library of antiquarian and out-of-print material at reasonable prices, but you can mark them up electronically & always have them for immediate reference without worrying about damage or loss to expensive bound copies.

We will be adding to our titles regularly, look for our offerings on your favorite e-book site.

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