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National Geographic The Indian Wars

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From Lakota warrior Crazy Horse to legendary Geronimo of the Apache Wars, this sweeping history of the American West tells the story of those who defended Native American lands—and the Native American way of life—from the 1850s through the end of the nineteenth century.

This majestic narrative reveals little-known tales of Native American history, setting each event in the larger historical context of the transformation of the West. In elegant National Geographic style, hundreds of illustrations, maps, photographs, and artwork lay bare the bloody conflicts between Native Americans and European encroachment. Five stirring chapters reveal the five major types of conflicts involving Native Americans: the wars of resistance, the wars between empires, the wars betweeen the tribes, the wars of conquest, and the wars of survival. Within each chapter, vivid accounts of each battle tell the gripping stories of the major players, the point of combustion, and the tragic results.

Readers will also get to know each tribe as distinct people, ranging from the so-called "civilized tribes" to the more aggressive warrior cultures. Rarely seen photographs and illustrations paint a vivid portrait of the time, featuring such notable figures as Kit Carson and Sitting Bull. Filled with original National Geographic maps, informative timelines, and a complete index, this extraordinary book captures one of the most significant moments in American history.


  • Hardcover
  • 320 pages; 200+ color photographs
  • 9-1/8" x 10-7/8"
  • © 2017

Author Bio

Anton Treuer, professor of Ojibwe language and culture at Minnesota's Bemidji State University, is editor of Oshkaabewis Native Journal, the world's sole journal of the Ojibwe language. He has written 14 books on Native American history, including The Assassination of Hole in the Day, Warrior Nation, and Everything You Wanted to Know About Indians But Were Afraid to Ask. He has received awards from the National Science Foundation, the MacArthur Foundation, the Bush Foundation, the Guggenheim Foundation, and more.


Another Great Book


This was the second of three books that we have purchased for my son, whom I have been homeschooling for the last four years. He reads these for his History lessons. The first one was The Old West. He love both books. They have so much amazing information in them an the pictures are beautiful I highly recommend them.


Hobbs, New Mexico


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