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50 WESTERN FRONTIER FACES...AS I SEE THEM VOL IV

by CHARLES W. BALASKO
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Volume IV Western Frontier Faces...As I See Them. This volume of pencil sketches, character identification, and brief biographical statements for each character highlights actors in the struggle for control of our Western Frontier. The faces include Native Americans, soldiers, mixed-race actors, and other non-native participants. Volume IV, following the pattern established in Volumes I, II, and III, contains 50 such portraits.

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Created on: Apr-29-2020   Last updated:  Jun-24-2021
Format: 8.5"x11" - Choice of Hardcover/Softcover - Premium Photo Book
Theme: Portfolio    Privacy: Everyone
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American Frontier Military    American History    Art    Biography    Education    History    Learning    Native American    Pictures    Sketches    Western Frontier    Western History   
 
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author icon Barbe Blanche
Joined: Oct-23-2019

I have enjoyed western histories and movies since I was a teenager. I used to hunt for arrowheads with my dad while growing up in West Virginia. I believe this activity solidified my interest in native american history and culture, and especially conflicts arising from cultural interactions between indigenous and non-native peoples. I have been reading and collecting Western Americana for over 30 years. I am a retired high school foreign language teacher, so as a language learner and teacher, and following my interests as noted above, I have dabbled in teaching myself the rudiments of Lakota as presented in the Lakota Language Consortium's SPEAK LAKOTA! series. I will continue with my readings and studies, and plan to publish subsequent volumes of WESTERN FRONTIER FACES .

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