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by E. A. Brininstool,David L. Spotts
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  • Author:
    E. A. Brininstool,David L. Spotts
  • ISBN:
    0803241763
  • ISBN13:
    978-0803241763
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  • Publisher:
    University of Nebraska Press; First Edition edition (February 1, 1988)
  • Pages:
    239 pages
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    Americas
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  • Rating:
    4.1
  • Votes:
    841
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Copyright page, "First published 1928. Published in a limited edition by Argonaut Press, LTD. NY... 1965". Red cloth with gold lettering on spine. Fourteen listed illustrations including frontis. Faint wear to spine ends and corner tips. No dj. 216 pages. Clean, bright and tight pages, marked only with vertical pencil lines on outside margins of three paragraphs. Title page continues, "By David L. Spotts. Comprising His Daily Diary of Thrilling Events on the Winter Campaign against the Hostile Cheyennes, Kiowas and Comanches. Edited and arranged for publication by E. A. Brininstool". Howes S843, Rader 2965. Scarce.

Nettale
This is the year of Custer for me. I can't stop reading and comparing books. I bought this book and like other reviewer could not put it down. Not a big book but a wonderful day to day, minute to minute account of the hard life of a frontier soldier. The Title of the book is rather misleading, however, altho Custer is mentioned several times in the book, there isn't a detailed account of "campaigning with Custer". He was only a side note in the diary. Some of the comments about his giving food to the starving soldiers and other kindnesses were interesting. Also comments about how he felt about "the Indian". Conclusion: buy this book. Read it. Enlightening.
Yozshugore
I'm a lifelong Oklahoman and was visiting Ft. Supply in the western part of the state when our tour guide mentioned this book. When I started reading it I couldn't put it down. It is the diary of a soldier in the Kansas Volunteer Cavalry who rode with the US Cavalry during this period of history. These true accounts are enjoyable to read since they provide the reader with a look at what everyday life was like for these soldiers. Very entertaining read for fans of history.
Rit
This is a very good book and a necessary read for any western history fan. It gives a good view of the life of a frontier soldier.
Billy Granson
This is a day by day diary of David L. Spotts ,a volunteer in the 19th Kansas volunteer cavalry,detailing his recruitment into service through being mustered out. It contains a good introduction and an addendum telling the stories of the two white women held captive by the indians and rescued by Custer and the 7th cavalry. A wonderful book for anyone interested in how it was to be in the cavalry of that time (1868-69)and how it was to be beyond the borders of civilization.I have a special; interest in it because I own the land where the author, Custer with the two women ,the 7th and the 19th camped on the Sawlog creek north of Fort Dodge on their way to Fort Hays which is mentioned in this book.