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Gerald Hickman

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He worked as a Park Ranger for the National Park Service at Little Bighorn and studied the battle grounds in person, later his research on the topic encouraged him to share his findings with the public. His research has uncovered and coordinated findings that shed more light on the battle participants and the battle's place in the History of the Western Frontier and the Sioux War of 1876.
He graduated with Bachelor and Masters Degrees in Science and worked as a Wildlife Biologist for
State and Federal agencies but Western History and Western literature have been his avocation during his working years. His father, Ormond, was a great Western Historian and infl uenced the author in his studies. He has published over sixty articles for scientific
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Gerald Hickman Great to hear from you! There are actually two books in the mill at present.
One is the history of Indian tribes mostly from the Pacific Northwest from…more
Great to hear from you! There are actually two books in the mill at present.
One is the history of Indian tribes mostly from the Pacific Northwest from about 1847 to 1862. The second book (which may come out soonest) is the career of a wildlife biologist, the field work, the politics, but mostly about the majestic wildlife species we enjoy watching in the USA. Realistically, the next publication date will probably be July, 2016.
There is another Giveaway on Goodreads for my earlier book: Medal of Honor, the Courage of the Troopers and Warriors at the Little Bighorn.
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Gerald Hickman I have a series of friends and authors that I depend on to help me edit, offer suggestions and such things. I try to offer the same help to them in re…moreI have a series of friends and authors that I depend on to help me edit, offer suggestions and such things. I try to offer the same help to them in return. The interesting thing is that my wife will not help edit or proof my books.
Time management is mostly attempting to write and edit early on in the process and not too wait too close to the publication date so my helpers have a chance to reply with any edits and comments.(less)
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Eager is a disappointment to this reader. The writing was troubling and it was neither a scientific review or a journalist's coverage of a very large topic about the largest rodent in North America. In several areas of the book the writing seemed to be more interested in writing witty journalism rather than dealing with the facts of wildlife management.

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"It seems a good time to express my favorable impressions of works by Tony Hillerman and his daughter Anne Hillerman. I have been a fan of Tony's books about the Navajo Tribal Police in the characters of Joe Leaphorn, Jim Chee and all his inventory..." Read more of this blog post »
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Gerald Hickman Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to all.!! Thanks for reading my reviews. Gerald


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Stacy Merry Christmas Gerald!!!!!!!!!


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Stacy Thanks for the book recommendation! It does look good!


Gerald Hickman " I loved reading this book, I think it should be available to all history classes in the U S A. I enjoyed it so much I gave it to my Dad and he loved it to.
Dr. James Carnell, DDS, Spokane dentist and History buff.


Gerald Hickman "This book is History. And it includes the anecdotes that add the human element and interest to the story."
Vic Bailey, Spokane Historian.


Gerald Hickman "The Indian woman owned everything in the lodge except weapons belonging to her husband. If he came home one day and found his belongings outside the front door, he was divorced with no lawyer involved and she kept the house".
Gerald Hickman- in Medal of Honor, the Courage of the soldiers and warriors at the Battle of the Little Big Horn.


Gerald Hickman I just read: Hillerman, Anne Spyder Woman' Daughter
It is a very fine well written fictional account of the Navajo Tribal Police. Written in the same style and enjoyable format as the long list of such written by her father, Tony Hillerman. I recommend this read to all of you. Gerald Hickman


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