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Volume 3484

Another in our series of
References for the ERB Apache Novels
INDIAN WARS and APACHE SCRAPBOOK


Campaigning with Crook by Charles King: eText
From the Charles King Tribute Site: ERBzine.com/king


The Book Illustrations


Fort Fetterman (p. 44)
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Crook's Column on Tongue River (p. 68)

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Supply Camp - Head of Tongue River (p. 54)

"The Dandy Fifth" (p. 158)
General Merritt and His Officers On the Sioux Campaign
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A Sick Soldier on a "Travois" (p. 134)

Deadwood City - Black Hills of Dakota (p. 146)


An Apache Princess by Charles King

The Fight in the Cañon, 220 
An Apache Princess by General Charles King eText
From the Charles King Tribute Site: ERBzine.com/king
Illustrations by Frederic Remington and E.W. Deming

"Now Halting, Dropping on One Knee to Fire," 90 

"Blakely Led 'Em across No. 4's Post," 134 
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Indian Signals beyond Possibility of a Doubt, 242
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Then slowly, They Saw Her Raise Her Right Hand,
Still Cautiously Holding the Little Mirror, 263

They Hustled Her Pony into a Ravine, 270
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 Natzie Wrenched Her Hand from that of Blakely, a
nd with the Spring of a Tigress Bounded away, 324


MORE CHARLES KING NOVELS AND ILLUSTRATIONS
From ERBzine's Charles King Tribute Site

US Military Academy cadetFirst Lt. Charles King ~ First Artillery, 1870Commandant KingFive campaign medals ~ Indian Wars Medal ~ Silver Star


GENERAL CHARLES KING
Soldier: King, who was credited with seventy years of active military service, was the only soldier in American history to serve in five American wars: The Civil War, Indian Wars, Spanish-American War, Philippine Insurrection and World War I.

Novelist: Author of over 60 books and hundreds of articles and short stories.
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | 12 | 13 | 14 | 15 | 16 | 17 | 18 | 19 | 20

Historian: His novels, although they all follow virtually the same plot, draw from personal experience and are exciting narratives full of accurate, detailed descriptions of army life and Indian wars in the American West.


APACHE COLOUR GALLERY


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B/W STUDIES


Chiricahua Apache Hattie Tom

Geronimo

Alchise 
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Apache Wickiup


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ART BY "RED RYDER" ARTIST FRED HARMAN


"Apache"

"Apache Squaw"

FROM THE PRESS OF 1883

What to do with them
[Caricature of Uncle Sam serving rum, cigars, and weapons to captured Apache Indians]
"Our Artist comes to the help of the Indian Department, which, according to a contemporary,
'is puzzled to know what to do with the captured Apaches.'"
Published: 1883.
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STEREOVIEW GALLERY

Apache Photographs in 3-D

EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS AND THE APACHE

ERBzine 3482
Captain Bourke's Influence
On the Border with Crook
ERBzine 3483
Text and Illustrations
ERB References
ERBzine 3484
Scrapbook: Art and Photos 
Indian Wars and Apaches
ERBzine 3484a
Apache 3-D Photos
28 Stereoviews


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