It Was Fight Or Die! eBook

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'It Was Fight Or Die!' ' 2014 by Raymond Cook is a 224-page story about the conflict between settlers coming to Colorado and the bands of Indians that inhabited that land in the 1890s. As wagon trains brought setters to Gunnison County, Indian conflicts occurred frequently and the settlers demanded the U. S. Calvary remove the Indians. Many battles large and small were fought. With the use of the Gatling gun and cannon, most Indian tribes were forced into surrendering. The Indian people were relocated to reservations with the promise of an annual allotment of cattle to feed their people and good land to live on. But the U. S. Government often times failed to provide the annual cattle allotments promised to the tribes who gave up their lands, hunting grounds and way of life. In Gunnison County there were scattered bands of Shoshone, Paiute, Ute and Sioux Indians who refused to go to reservations. As hunting parties returned to their villages with less and less game they knew they faced starvation in the winter ahead. If they didn't fight back against the settlers and try to reclaim their lost hunting and fishing grounds, the Indian people would surely to die. The Shoshone, Sioux and Paiute people had no choice but to join forces and make a stand or die trying after they discover an entire village of Ute Indians murdered. This is their story. This is my 17th of 17 western frontier eBooks I have written since 2011. To check out my 224 page Western Frontier eBook, Visit: duct/it-was-fight-or-die/ Download Available in (Pdf format eBook) can be viewed on (PC, ePub, iPad, Sony Reader, Nook & Kindle eBook tablets.) Price: $4.99 per download. Instant Digital Delivery.
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