A treatise on the mode and manner of Indian war, their tactics, discipline and encampments, the various methods they practice, in order to obtain the advantage, by ambush, surprise, surrounding, &c. Ways and means proposed to prevent the Indians from obtaining the advantage ... Also a brief account of twenty-three campaigns, carried on against the Indians with the events since the year 1755; Gov. Harrison's included.
|Main Author:||Smith, James, 1737-1812.|
Paris, Ky., Printed by J. R. Lyle, 1812. [Chicago, 1948]
Indians of North America > Wars.
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