Buffalo Soldiers, Braves, And The Brass

Buffalo Soldiers, Braves, And The Brass

The Story Of Fort Robinson, Nebraska

Book - 1993
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The history of Fort Robinson, Nebraska is much more than a record of battles. The post was a community whose residents -- officers with their wives and children, married enlisted men and their families, and the single men in the barracks -- lived in close physical proximity but under substantially different conditions. Divided by military rank and traditions and sometimes by race, those parts of the community had their own social lives and problems as well as different relations with the nearby town of Crawford.
Publisher: Shippensburg, PA, USA : White Mane Pub. Co., c1993
ISBN: 9780942597448
Branch Call Number: 978.293
Characteristics: vii, 250 pages :,illustrations, maps ;,24 cm


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