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Buffalo Gordon: The Extraordinary Life and Times of Nate Gordon from Louisiana Slave to Buffalo Soldier

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The first novel in an ambitious new series, Buffalo Gordon is a fictional history of the West as seen through the eyes of runaway slave Nate Gordon. He has returned to Louisiana as Sergeant Major Nate Gordon of the Tenth United States Cavalry. His task is to recruit for the second U.S. colored cavalry, the Ninth Negro. Three years have passed since Nate left Louisiana and ...more
Hardcover, 526 pages
Published February 3rd 2001 by Forge (first published 2001)
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Not a bad look at the Frontier Army in general and the 9th/10th Cav Rgmts in particular.
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