Vanished Arizona: Recollections of My Army Life

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Publishers' Preface v
  • Contents vii
  • List of Illustrations ix
  • Historical Introduction xi
  • Title Page xxi
  • Preface xxv
  • Title Page 1
  • Vanished Arizona Chapter 1 Germany and the Army 3
  • Chapter 3 Army House-Keeping 14
  • Chapter 4 Down the Pacific Coast 27
  • Chapter 5 the Slue 35
  • Chapter 6 Up the Rio Colorado 43
  • Chapter 7 the Mohave Desert 54
  • Chapter 8 Learning How to Soldier 68
  • Chapter 9 Across the Mogollons 79
  • Chapter 10 a Perilous Adventure 88
  • Chapter 11 Camp Apache 91
  • Chapter 12 Life Amongst the Apaches 101
  • Chapter 13 a New Recruit 116
  • Chapter 14 a Memorable Journey 122
  • Chapter 15 Fording the Little Colorado 132
  • Chapter 16 Stoneman's Lake 139
  • Chapter 17 the Colorado Desert 153
  • Chapter 18 Ehrenberg on the Colorado 158
  • Chapter 19 Summer at Ehrenberg 165
  • Chapter 20 My Deliverer 185
  • Chapter 21 Winter in Ehrenberg 192
  • Chapter 22 Return to the States 202
  • Chapter 23 Back to Arizona 209
  • Chapter 24 Up the Valley of the Gila 217
  • Chapter 25 Old Camp Mcdowell 225
  • Chapter 26 a Sudden Order 240
  • Chapter 27 the Eighth Foot Leaves Arizona 249
  • Chapter 28 California and Nevada 252
  • Chapter 29 Changing Station 269
  • Chapter 30 Fort Niobrara 278
  • Chapter 31 Santa FÉ 291
  • Chapter 32 Texas 301
  • Index 317
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