Life of Tom Horn, government scout and interpreter

Title Life of Tom Horn, government scout and interpreter
Names Horn, Tom.
Book Number DBC17971
Title Status Active
Medium Digital Book
Annotation Tom Horn, an army scout and interpreter during the Apache wars, was hanged like a common criminal in 1903, many think mistakenly. His own account of his life begins when he was a runaway Missouri farm boy and provides a firsthand look at the military both great and small, at the wily Geronimo, the renegade Natchez, and old Chief Nana of the Apaches. Violence, for adult readers.
Narrator Esler, Carol.
Local Subject Biography & Autobiography - BIO
Adult Book - AD
Adult Non-Fiction - AN
History - History of the American West - HUSW
History - HST
History, United States - HUS
Short Book - SH
Audience Notes Contains violence.
Female narrator.
LC Subject Apache Indians - Wars, 1883-1886
Frontier and pioneer life - Southwest, New
Scouts (Reconnaissance) - Southwest, New - Biography
West (U.S.) - Biography
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Talking books
Call Number 979.030924 B
Language English
Released 1973
Publication Info Texas State Library and Archives Commission, Talking Book Program, 1973
Original Publication Recorded from: Norman : University of Oklahoma Press, 1973.
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