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Drybone: A History of Fort Fetterman, Wyoming - Tom Lindmier, Douglas C. McChristian
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[SR: 2345904], Paperback, [EAN: 9780931271663], High Plains Press, High Plains Press, Book, [PU: High Plains Press], High Plains Press, The story of Fort Fetterman is one of hardship and hard luck, but it is also the story of a frontier military post too tough to die, at least for a while. Throughout its active life, location worked both for and against it, too often the latter.Author Owen Wister visited Fetterman and used it as a basis for his fictional town Drybone, thus the title for this book. Crazy Horse called it a source of irritation, the one thing he objected to in the Treaty of 1868. But author Lindmier calls Fort Fetterman full of excitement and challenge. He calls it an important frontier military post.Established in 1867 to protect travelers on the Bozeman Trail, Fort Fetterman was under siege nearly constantly. It soon became the launching point for General Crook's 1876 campaigns that eventually led to the Battle of Little Big Horn. But by 1880, with the Indians confined to reservations and the territory peaceful, the fort's usefulness was diminished. It was soon abandoned.Unlike most abandoned frontier posts, however, Fort Fetterman refused to die. Civilians in the area, already accustomed to the place, immediately moved into the buildings. The buildings took on new life the post was reborn as a rowdy shoot-'em-up cowtown occupied by squatters running bars, brothels, markets, stables, hotels, and even a hospital. When the railroad bypassed Fetterman in 1890, its residents packed up and moved down the road, and Fetterman, almost overnight, was once again abandoned. This time for good., 14278871, State & Local, 4853, United States, 4808, Americas, 9, History, 1000, Subjects, 283155, Books, 491422, United States, 468230, History, 468206, Humanities, 465600, New, Used & Rental Textbooks, 2349030011, Specialty Boutique, 283155, Books

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The story of Fort Fetterman is one of hardship and hard luck, but it is also the story of a frontier military post too tough to die, at least for a while. Throughout its active life, location worked both for and against it, too often the latter. Author Owen Wister visited Fetterman and used it as a basis for his fictional town Drybone, thus the title for this book. Crazy Horse called it a source of irritation, the one thing he objected to in the Treaty of 1868. But author Lindmier calls Fort Fetterman full of excitement and challenge. He calls it an important frontier military post. Established in 1867 to protect travelers on the Bozeman Trail, Fort Fetterman was under siege nearly constantly. It soon became the launching point for General Crook's 1876 campaigns that eventually led to the Battle of Little Big Horn. But by 1880, with the Indians confined to reservations and the territory peaceful, the fort's usefulness was diminished. It was soon abandoned. Unlike most abandoned frontier posts, however, Fort Fetterman refused to die. Therein lies a truly fascinating chapter in its history. In the years following the army's exodus, the post underwent a transformation into a rural town. Civilians in the area immediately moved into the buildings. Then the buildings took on a new life--the post was reborn as a rowdy shoot 'em up cow-town occupied by squatters running bars, brothels, markets, stables, hotels, and even a hospital. When the railroad bypassed Fetterman in 1890, its residents packed up and moved down the road, and Fetterman, almost overnight, was once again abandoned. This time for good. Drybone: A History of Fort Fetterman, Wyoming Lindmier, Tom, High Plains Press

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Drybone: A History of Fort Fetterman, Wyoming

The story of Fort Fetterman is one of hardship and hard luck, but it is also the story of a frontier military post too tough to die, at least for a while. Throughout its active life, location worked both for and against it, too often the latter. Author Owen Wister visited Fetterman and used it as a basis for his fictional town Drybone, thus the title for this book. Crazy Horse called it a source of irritation, the one thing he objected to in the Treaty of 1868. But author Lindmier calls Fort Fetterman full of excitement and challenge. He calls it an important frontier military post. Established in 1867 to protect travelers on the Bozeman Trail, Fort Fetterman was under siege nearly constantly. It soon became the launching point for General Crook's 1876 campaigns that eventually led to the Battle of Little Big Horn. But by 1880, with the Indians confined to reservations and the territory peaceful, the fort's usefulness was diminished. It was soon abandoned. Unlike most abandoned frontier posts, however, Fort Fetterman refused to die. Therein lies a truly fascinating chapter in its history. In the years following the army's exodus, the post underwent a transformation into a rural town. Civilians in the area immediately moved into the buildings. Then the buildings took on a new life--the post was reborn as a rowdy shoot 'em up cow-town occupied by squatters running bars, brothels, markets, stables, hotels, and even a hospital. When the railroad bypassed Fetterman in 1890, its residents packed up and moved down the road, and Fetterman, almost overnight, was once again abandoned. This time for good.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780931271663
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0931271665
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2002
Herausgeber: HIGH PLAINS PR
256 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,417 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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