Warpath and Bivouac: Or The Conquest of the Sioux by John Frederick Finerty
The book is, as far as human fallibility will permit, a faithful narrative of stirring events the like of which can never again occur upon our continent. Stories of Indian warfare, even when not founded entirely upon fact, have ever been popular with people of all nations, and more particularly with the American people, to whom such warfare is rendered familiar both by tradition and experience. These memoirs aim at laying before the public the adventures, privations, heroism and horrors of our last great Indian wars, exactly as they presented themselves to the writer in battle, on the march or in bivouac.
Book Length: Long Novel - 320-650 Pages