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Title Sketch of the life of "Dick" Parr in the far West. Great rough rider on the western plains. General Phil. Sheridan’s private chief of scouts, Indian interpreter and guide during that gallant commander’s Indian campaign, 1868-9
Author Parr, Louise Lincoln
Date c.1901
Document Type Rare Book
Names Parr, Cephas W.; Sheridan, Philip; Custer, George Armstrong
Region Kansas; Wyoming; The West
Places Fort Kearney, Fort Laramie
Keywords Native Americans, Lakota Sioux, fort, scout, army, weapons, battle, captivity narrative, war, military reconnaissance, Kansas Pacific Railroad
Theme Native Americans; Military Encounters
Place of Publication New York
Additional Information From the Colton Storm catalogue: ""Dick" Parr was Cephas W. Parr. From the Colton Storm catalogue: "Although the pamphlet was copyrighted in 1900, it contains a letter to Parr from General Sheridan's brother, Colonel M. V. Sheridan, dated Governor's Island, March 27th, 1901"."
Library The Newberry Library
Copyright The Newberry Library
Collection Everett D. Graff Collection of Western Americana
Reference Graff 3203
Catalogue Link The Newberry Library Catalogue