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100 1  Moore, Stephen L 
245 10 Savage Frontier :|bRangers, Riflemen, and Indian Wars in 
       Texas 
264  1 Denton :|bUniversity of North Texas Press,|c2006 
264  4 |c©2006 
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490 1  Savage Frontier, 2 
505 0  Intro -- Copyright -- Title Page -- About the Author -- 
       Contents -- Prologue -- Acknowledgments -- 1. The Texas 
       Militia Takes the Field -- Frontier Forces Dwindle -- The 
       Revamped Texas Militia -- Ranger Battalion Expires: April 
       1838 -- Indian Actions: April-May 1838 -- "Nothing Will Be
       Gained By War": May 1838 -- Frontier Indian Skirmishes: 
       May-July 1838 -- Buildup of Córdova's Rebellion: July-
       August 1838 -- Karnes' Arroyo Seco Fight: August 10, 1838 
       -- Rusk's Militia Mobilizes -- 2. East Texans Called to 
       "Chastize the Indians" -- Development of Douglass' Third 
       Militia Brigade -- General Dyer Mobilizes Fourth Militia 
       Brigade -- Montague's Rangers Take Scalps -- Rusk 
       Strengthens Third Brigade: October 1, 1838 -- The Killough
       Massacre: October 5, 1838 -- Surveyors' Fight: October 8, 
       1838 -- 3. The Kickapoo War -- Mabbitt's Rangers Ambushed:
       October 12, 1838 -- Battle at Kickapoo Village: October 16,
       1838 -- 4. To the Border and Beyond -- Captain Cage's 
       Fight on the Leon: October 20, 1838 -- Development of 
       Third Militia Brigade Battalions -- Bonnell Sends Rangers 
       to Houston County -- Central Texas Depredations -- Rusk's 
       Caddo Campaign: November-December 1838 -- 5. Campaigns of 
       the Red River Riflemen -- Scheme to Raid Nacogdoches 
       Uncovered -- Captain Stout's Work in the Settlements -- 
       Montague's Second Regiment of Riflemen -- President Lamar 
       Creates Frontier Regiment -- Rusk/Dyer Winter Expedition 
       to the Three Forks -- 6. Morgan Massacre and Bryant's 
       Defeat -- Morgan Massacre: January 1, 1839 -- Milam Guards
       Ordered Out to Help -- Attack on John Marlin Household: 
       January 14, 1839 -- Captain Bryant's Defeat: January 16, 
       1839 -- 7. Moore's Comanche Raid and the Battle of Brushy 
       Creek -- Campbell Massacre: January 23, 1839 -- Frontier 
       Regiment's New Officers -- Red River Rangers of Early 1839
       -- Colonel Moore's Comanche Battle: February 15, 1839 
505 8  Comanche Vengeance: Coleman Attack -- Battle of Brushy 
       Creek: February 25, 1839 -- 8. The CÓRdova and Flores 
       Fights -- Ben McCulloch's Peach Creek Fight: March 1839 --
       Lamar Calls For More Volunteers -- Córdova Fight at Mill 
       Creek: March 29, 1839 -- Rangers Attacked on the Guadalupe
       : March 30, 1839 -- Prisoner Execution in Seguin -- 
       Caldwell's Pursuit of Córdova -- Major Jones' Gunmen 
       Stationed at Austin -- Rice/Flores Fight at the San 
       Gabriel: May 17, 1839 -- 9. Bird's Creek Fight -- Walters 
       Ordered Away From Cherokees' Saline -- Rangers Take 
       Station at Fort Milam -- Captain Bird's Last Fight: May 26,
       1839 -- Karnes Campaign and Surveyor Skirmishes: June 1839
       -- 10. The Cherokee War -- Cherokee Peace Talks: July 9-14,
       1839 -- First Blood on Battle Creek: July 15, 1839 -- 
       Battle of the Neches: July 16, 1839 -- The Killing of 
       Chief Bowles -- 11. Pursuit and Removal -- Expulsion of 
       Texas Indians -- The Webster Massacre: August 27, 1839 -- 
       State of the Ranger Service: Fall 1839 -- Removal of the 
       Shawnees -- Texas Military Status: September 30, 1839 -- 
       12. Colonel Neill's Gunmen on the Offensive -- Captain 
       Howard's Comanche Fight: October 24, 1839 -- John Neill's 
       First Regiment of Mounted Gunmen -- 13. Karnes' Hill 
       Country Comanche Expedition -- Galveston Mounted Gunmen 
       Join Karnes -- Hiatus in San Antonio -- Tracking the 
       Comanche -- 14. "Short But Decisive Affair" -- The 
       Frontier Regiment's New Strength -- Burleson's 
       Northwestern Campaign -- Christmas Cherokee Battle: 
       December 25, 1839 -- Afterword -- Appendix: Texan 
       Casualties of the Frontier Indian Wars, 1835-39 -- Chapter
       Notes -- Bibliography -- Index 
520    Focuses on two of the bloodiest years of fighting in the 
       young Texas Republic, 1838 and 1839. By early 1838, the 
       Texas Rangers were in danger of disappearing altogether. 
       This work shows how the major general of the Texas Militia
       worked around legal constraints in order to keep mounted 
       rangers in service 
588    Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other
       sources 
590    Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest 
       Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access 
       may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated 
       libraries 
650  0 Texas Rangers -- History.;Indians of North America -- Wars
       -- Texas.;Indians of North America -- Texas -- Government 
       relations.;Frontier and pioneer life -- Texas -- 
       History.;Texas -- Politics and government -- 1836-1846 
655  4 Electronic books 
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       Rangers, Riflemen, and Indian Wars in Texas|dDenton : 
       University of North Texas Press,c2006|z9781574412055 
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