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Trafzer, Clifford E. Carson, Kit, 1809-1868, Navajo Indians, Navajo Indians. Norman : University of Oklahoma Press. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Delaware County District Library (Ohio). Uploaded by Tracey Gutierres on June 4, 2014.

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Trafzer presents in precise, authoritative style the . This book isn't precisely about Kit Carson, though in a sense, it is. The Navajo campaign of 1864 and old Kit are inseparable from one another, Siamese twins of events and history

Trafzer presents in precise, authoritative style the Navajos side of Carson's notorious campaign against the tribe in the 1860s. The Navajo campaign of 1864 and old Kit are inseparable from one another, Siamese twins of events and history. The campaign resulted in defeat and the Trail of Tears for the Din'e people, exile to Bosque Redondo for several years, and a century and a half of bitterness.

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Carson's campaign against the Navajos in the 1860s, and their forced removal and long walk to reservations. Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press, Norman. Publication Date: 1082. Members of these associations are committed to maintaining the highest standards. They vouch for the authenticity of all items offered for sale.

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The book was called Kit Carson, the Nestor of the Mountains, from Facts Narrated by Himself. When the Civil War ended, and the Indian Wars campaigns were in a lull, Carson was appointed brevet brigadier general (dated March 13, 1865) and appointed commandant of Ft. When the book was read to Carson he said, "Peters laid it on a leetle too thick. Garland, Colorado, in the heart of Ute country

1982 University of Oklahoma Press; First Edition Hardcover with Dust Jacket
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Mr. Trafzer cannot be relied upon to tell the truth about Kit Carson. Someone far more experienced than me, R. C. Gordon-McCutchan, former director of the Kit Carson museum and ed. of KIT CARSON, INDIAN FIGHTER OR INDIAN KILLER? (1996, Univ. Press of Colorado), who also wrote Chatper 2 in that book, clearly describes the fundamental PREJUDICE against Carson as exhibited in C. F. Trafzer's book. A study of historical facts [letters from Carson, letters to Carson, people who knew Carson and talked with him, etc.] invariably leads to asertaining the TRUTH, whereas oral

Navajo history, seeped in 70 year old memories, leads to simplification and lies.

If you want to know the FACTS about KC and the Navajo, the best book by far is Lawrence Kellys' NAVAJO ROUNDUP (Pruett Press, 1970) and the book I site above.

Kit Carson was a fine man and a great American hero; Trafzer is quite mistaken, his book should be ignored, or used for fire starting. [For an account at what the Navajo did before Kit Carson was ordered by Gen. J. T. Carleton to round them up, I suggest NAVAJO WARS by Frank McNitt (Univ. New Mexico, 1972),

a 477 page tome with extensive analysis and footnotes, by someone who had been studying the Navajo for over 20 years when he wrote it. ] -Caz
Bladebringer
Southerners who deplore W. T. Sherman's march through Georgia or David Hunter's operations in the Shenandoah Valley, have nothing to complain about compared the campaign against the Navajo unleashed by Gen. James H. Carleton and led by Kit Carson.
The author makes excellent use of Navajo oral tradition in addition to official Union Army reports. His bias for the Navajos is apparent but nonetheless his presentation of the material is straight-forward. To top it off, it is an easy read.
Mori
This book isn't precisely about Kit Carson, though in a sense, it is. The Navajo campaign of 1864 and old Kit are inseparable from one another, Siamese twins of events and history. The campaign resulted in defeat and the Trail of Tears for the Din'e people, exile to Bosque Redondo for several years, and a century and a half of bitterness. Kit Carson led that campaign and he's been vilified by the Navajo from that time to this.
Trafzer documents the story of the war as well, probably, as it can be documented. The facts are susceptible to slanting through emphasis here and failure to emphasize there, but the facts remain. The same is true of all we know about the mystery man Kit Carson was.
I recommend this book to anyone who wants to understand the Navajo wars. I'd also suggest it as a piece of any study of Kit Carson, who is well worth the study. A hero, a coward, a man of wisdom and noteworthy education who could not write his own name.
Kit Carson Campaign: The Last Great Navajo War ebook
Author:
Clifford E. Trafzer
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Americas
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University of Oklahoma Press; 1st edition (December 1981)
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288 pages
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