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A skillful Indian fighter and cavalry officer, Bourke became a noted anthropologist. Often humorous, his diaries reveal a sympathetic and comprehensive understanding of the American Indian and detail his research on Indian customs. Maps and drawings are included. The 124 volumes span the years 1872-1896.
Discovering deeper insights into the American-Indian Wars and U.S. policies on Native American assimilation.