The Indian War of 1864 by Eugene Fitch Ware
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Overview: Eugene F. Ware, a soldier of Iowa, a lawyer and public man of Kansas, and an author of both that state and Missouri.
His parents moved to Burlington, Iowas, in his childhood and he was educated in the public schools of that place. As a Lt. and Captain he served as aide de-camp to Generals Grenville Dodge, Washington Elliott, Robert Mitchell and C. J. Stolbrand. He was also one of General Sherman’s corps commanders. During the Civil War he reached the rank of captain in the Fourth Iowa Cavalry.He took a section of land in Cherokee County, Kansas, in 1867, studied law and was admitted to the bar at Fort Scott and to the United States Supreme Court.He authored many books one of which was his civil war experience which is titled "The Indian War of 1864".
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