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The True Exploits of Ben Arnold (Annotated)
by Lewis J. Crawford and Ben Arnold




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Ben Arnold was the contemporary of Wild Bill, Crazy Horse, Sitting Bull, Buffalo Bill, George Armstrong Custer, Frank Grouard, and many other notables of the old west. He knew most of them and he was well-known in the territories of Montana, Wyoming, and the Dakotas.

After serving in the American Civil War, Arnold went west and worked through the end of the century as a gold miner, cowboy, lawman, and army scout. He was with General George Crook during the 1876 Big Horn and Yellowstone Expedition, when Custer lost his life and Crook fought Crazy Horse at the Rosebud.

In this thrilling account of his life, Arnold provides a look into a world that is long gone and fascinating to anyone interested in the wild west of the 19th century. As a man who lived among and had family among the Indians, he gives a sympathetic and clear-eyed view into a way of life he saw vanishing.

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Overview

Ben Arnold was the contemporary of Wild Bill, Crazy Horse, Sitting Bull, Buffalo Bill, George Armstrong Custer, Frank Grouard, and many other notables of the old west. He knew most of them and he was well-known in the territories of Montana, Wyoming, and the Dakotas.

After serving in the American Civil War, Arnold went west and worked through the end of the century as a gold miner, cowboy, lawman, and army scout. He was with General George Crook during the 1876 Big Horn and Yellowstone Expedition, when Custer lost his life and Crook fought Crazy Horse at the Rosebud.

In this thrilling account of his life, Arnold provides a look into a world that is long gone and fascinating to anyone interested in the wild west of the 19th century. As a man who lived among and had family among the Indians, he gives a sympathetic and clear-eyed view into a way of life he saw vanishing.



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  • ISBN-13: 9781519043498
  • ISBN-10: 151904349X
  • Publisher: Independently Published
  • Publish Date: November 2016
  • Page Count: 220
  • Dimensions: 9.02 x 5.98 x 0.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.72 pounds


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