Edwin H. Allison autobiography  c. 1882
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Partial Subject Index
Blackfeet Indians
  • pp. 64-66
Brave Bear
  • pp. 78-82
Brotherson, D. H.
  • p. 44
Buffaloes--Hunting
  • pp. 83-90
Carlin, William Passmore, 1829-1893
  • p. 61
Crow King
  • pp. 73-76
Dakota Indians
  • See Hunkpapa Indians
Death
  • p. 39
Fort Buford (Mont.)
  • p. 44
Gall, c. 1840-1894
  • p. 40-43, 55-58, 63-73
Horses
  • p. 49, 58
Hunkpapa Indians--Montana
  • 33-82 passim
Hunkpapa Indians--Recreation
  • See essays
Indians of North America--Language
  • See essays
Indians of North America--Montana
  • Passim
Indians of North America--Wars--1866-1895
  • 33-82 passim
Indians of North America--Wit and humor
  • pp. 55-56
Johnson, Joseph
  • pp. 78-82
Montana--Description and travel
  • pp. 45-51
Murder--Montana
  • pp. 78-82
Poplar Creek Agency (Mont.)
  • pp. 68-73
Sitting Bull, 1837?-1890
  • 33-82 passim
Standing Rock Agency (N.D.)
  • pp. 59-61
Terry, Alfred Howe, 1827-1890
  • p. 59-62
War--Psychological aspects
  • p. 36-39