Citadel In The Wilderness: The Story of Fort Snelling and the Northwest Frontier

Citadel In The Wilderness: The Story of Fort Snelling and the Northwest Frontier By Evan Jones, Citadel In The Wilderness The Story of Fort Snelling and the Northwest Frontier In Colonel Josiah Snelling erected a stone fortress at the point where the Minnesota and Mississippi rivers merged on territory secured by Lieutenant Zebulon Pike in a treaty with the Sioux chie
  • Title: Citadel In The Wilderness: The Story of Fort Snelling and the Northwest Frontier
  • Author: Evan Jones
  • ISBN: 9780816638796
  • Page: 224
  • Format: Paperback
  • Citadel In The Wilderness: The Story of Fort Snelling and the Northwest Frontier By Evan Jones, In 1805 Colonel Josiah Snelling erected a stone fortress at the point where the Minnesota and Mississippi rivers merged, on territory secured by Lieutenant Zebulon Pike in a treaty with the Sioux chief Little Crow Evan Jones describes the intriguing history of Fort Snelling, the Gibraltar of the West, its effect on the Native Americans of the region, and its role in the wIn 1805 Colonel Josiah Snelling erected a stone fortress at the point where the Minnesota and Mississippi rivers merged, on territory secured by Lieutenant Zebulon Pike in a treaty with the Sioux chief Little Crow Evan Jones describes the intriguing history of Fort Snelling, the Gibraltar of the West, its effect on the Native Americans of the region, and its role in the westward movement.
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    1. Originally published in 1966, this book demonstrates how far history research and writing has come since then It is full of factual information about the comings and goings at the for throughout its history, but it is extremely dry and the research not very well documented Additionally, the author uses terms that are not acceptable in the historical community or elsewhere now, such as calling Native Americans redskins and scalpers.I m a history teacher who has done a lot of research into US fort [...]



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