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Colorado History Books
The following books, indicated portions of books, and combinations of books are acceptable for book reviews. Other books may be substituted, but only with the permission of the instructor. When seeking the instructorÕs approval, bring a copy of the book, which you desire to review so that the instructor may examine it.
Report upon the entirety of any one of the following books:
Emmitt, Robert. The Last War Trail.
Garrard, Lewis. Wah-To-Yah and the Taos Trail.
Grinnell, George. By Cheyenne Campfires.
Howbert, Irving. Indians of the Pike's Peak Region.
Jones, Douglas C. The Treaty of Medicine Lodge.
Moomaw, Jack C. Recollections of a Rocky Mountain Ranger.
Scott, Bob. Blood at Sand Creek, The Massacre Revisited.
Terrell, John. Zebulon Pike.
Report upon the portion indicated by page numbers of the following books:
Berthrong, D.J. The Southern Cheyenne, pp. 76-317.
Carrol, John. (ed.) The Sand Creek Massacre, A Documentary History, pp. 1-187 or 191-418
Grinnel, George. The Cheyenne Indians, I, pp. 1-101, 127-157, 247-311, and 336-358.
Grinnel, George. The Cheyenne Indians, II, pp. 1-165, 337-381.
Hyde, G.H. Life of George Bent, pp. 31-266.
James, Edwin. Expedition to the Rocky Mountains, Vol. II, pp. 1-205.
Jocknick, Sidney. Early Days on the Western Slope of Colorado, pp. 21-54, 81-147, 176-234, 289-298, and 341-384.
Lavender, David. Bent's Fort, pp. 9-203 or 177-393.
Stands-In-Timber, John. Cheyenne Memories, pp. 1-211.
Tenholm, Virginia. The Arapahoe, Our People, pp. 1-196.
Ware, Eugene. The Indian War of 1864, pp. 176-392.
Report upon the entire first book in addition to the portion indicated of the second book:
Hoig, Stan. The Sand Creek Massacre and Dunn, J.P. Massacre of the Mountains, Chapter XIII.
Jefferson, James, et. al., The Southern Utes and Howbert, Irving, Memories of a Lifetime in the Pikes Peak Region, pp. 95-162, 177-214.
Urquhart, Lena. Colorow, The Angry Chieftain and Grinnell, George. Pawnee, Blackfoot and Cheyenne, pp. 159-301.
Report upon the portions of two or more books indicated:
Fritz, Percy. Colorado, The Centennial State, pp. 3-98, 203-212, 282-290 and Jackson and Spence (eds.) The Expeditions of John Charles Fremont, I, pp. 426-456,705-725.
Jackson, Donald. (ed.) The Military Conquest of the Southern Plains, pp.3-31, 63-80, 127-132 and White, Lonnie; Hostiles and Horse Soldiers, pp. 1-44, 68-84 and Marshall, S. L. A.; The Crimsoned Prairie, pp. 1-46 and Ware, Eugene; The Indian War of 1864, pp. 340-392.
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