By John Langellier, Kurt Cox
;Custer and His instructions: From West element to Little Bighorn (G.I. sequence quantity sixteen) КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Автор: Kurt CoxИздательство: Greenhill BooksISBN: 1853673587Год: 1999Страниц: 74Формат: PDF в RARРазмер: 43.51МБЯзык: английскийAn crucial visible list of Custer and the boys who rode into legend with him. George Armstrong Custer was once the most flamboyant, colourful, and debatable officials ever to have served within the usa military. This fantastically illustrated ebook is a whole pictorial background of the fellow and the devices he commanded. infrequent illustrations from inner most collections express his trendy uniforms, guns, and artifacts. Kurt Hamilton Cox is an expert on American fastened forces.Скачать: Depositfiles UploadingHotfile eighty five
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During the period of the Texas Republic, Captain John Coﬀee Hays is said to have held oﬀ Comanche raiders single-handedly at the rock until they ﬂed, convinced that the rock’s spirits had empowered him. In Anglo-American legends, perhaps inspired by early Spanish accounts, Enchanted Rock was touted as the site of mineral riches. Although a small amount of gold has been mined in this part of the central Texas mineral belt, the country is not actually very promising for the prospector. Still, legends persist and may explain Enchanted Rock’s enduring fame as both a natural wonder and a “haunted” place rich in history and folklore.
Hueco Tanks was also frequented by Comanches and Kiowas, as well as Indians from the Tigua villages. Thanks to the variety of native dwellers and their long periods of cultural activity, Hueco Tanks boasts a profusion of spectacular Indian rock art. Rendered as both pictographs (painted) and petroglyphs (carved), these images apparently record events of importance to the indigenous peoples, but their meanings are not easily understood today. Given its strategic position for east-west travelers in this area, it is not surprising that Hueco Tanks became an important site to European Americans after the Mexican-American War (1846–1848) and the California Gold Rush (1849), when the road between San Antonio and El Paso was created to facilitate trade.