Lees Sharpshooters W.S. Dunlop

ISBN: 9781582186139

Published: July 17th 2001

Hardcover

496 pages


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Lees Sharpshooters  by  W.S. Dunlop

Lees Sharpshooters by W.S. Dunlop
July 17th 2001 | Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, RTF | 496 pages | ISBN: 9781582186139 | 5.76 Mb

WIGWAM EVENINGS encompasses 27 authentic enchanting Sioux Indian folk tales written by Charles Eastman and his wife, Elaine Goodale Eastman. These classic stories are from a collection by generations of Dakota Indians and impart to the reader what itMoreWIGWAM EVENINGS encompasses 27 authentic enchanting Sioux Indian folk tales written by Charles Eastman and his wife, Elaine Goodale Eastman. These classic stories are from a collection by generations of Dakota Indians and impart to the reader what it takes to be a “real human being” from the hearts of true Native Americans.

Eastman (Ohiyesa) was born on the Santee Reservation in Minnesota in 1858. His grandparents raised him after his Lee’s Sharpshooters is William Dunlop’s’ enthralling chronicle of his command over Robert E. Lee’s strategic sharpshooter battalion during the Civil War. Dunlop recounts the training processes- the ordnance tests and the marksmanship exercises the soldiers went through to become skilled and confident skirmishers. These innovative units didn’t turn the tide of the war, but did give rise to the specialized soldier whose “intelligence, marksmanship and unfaltering courage” was remarkable.Note: Digital Scanning, Inc., the publisher of this eBook, is granting users the right to print excerpts of this book as well as the right to lend/give this eBook to other Adobe Acrobat eBook Reader users.Printing: Users can print up to 100 eBook pages every seven days.

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