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  • Author:
    Marshall Sprague
  • ISBN:
    0803241070
  • ISBN13:
    978-0803241077
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  • Publisher:
    University of Nebraska Press; First Edition edition (February 1, 1980)
  • Pages:
    364 pages
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    Americas
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Massacre: The Tragedy At White River. Marshall Sprague (March 14, 1909 – September 9, 1994) was an American journalist in New York, Paris, and China and author of books about western United States History.

Massacre: The Tragedy At White River. Newport In The Rockies. From Ohio, he moved to Colorado Springs, Colorado to recuperate following a diagnosis of tuberculosis and settled there. He received the Colorado Authors League Top Hand Award for Massacre: The Tragedy At White River and A Gallery of Dudes.

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Written in an exciting narrative style which rivals that of a good novel. From Ohio, he moved to Colorado Springs, Colorado to recuperate following a diagnosis of tuberculosis and settled there, he received the Colorado Authors League Top Hand Award for Massacre: The Tragedy At White River and A Gallery of Dudes. 1 Early life and career. Sometimes I'm Happy: A Writer's Memoir.

The following year the US Congress held hearings into the massacre and other circumstances. Marshall Sprague (1980). Massacre: The Tragedy at White River. University of Nebraska Press. In retaliation for the killings, they passed the Ute Removal Act. The act denied the Ute 12 million acres (49,000 km2) of land that had formerly been guaranteed to them in perpetuity  . ISBN 978-0-8032-4107-7.

Literary works for which Marshall Sprague contributed the introduction, foreword or other literary work (not as the . The Colorado College Magazine, Fall 1961. Features article about Marshall Sprague and his then-new book Newport In The Rockies.

Literary works for which Marshall Sprague contributed the introduction, foreword or other literary work (not as the sole author). Good Housekeeping Magazine, August 1942. First appearance of The Great Business of Getting Well, by Marshall Sprague. includes article by Marshall Sprague entitledThe Mountains. Southwest Passage: The Yanks in the Pacific EAN 978080324. 33 руб. Shadow of the Sword: A Marine"s Journey of War, Heroism, and Redemption EAN 978080324. 97 руб. Street Shadows: A Memoir of Race, Rebellion, and Redemption EAN 978080324.

"Massacre is a highly readable and well-researched account of a violent outbreak of a party of White River Utes on the western slope of the Rockies during the autumn of 1879. . . . Written in an exciting narrative style which rivals that of a good novel."—Kliatt