Caldwell, Idaho: Caxton Press, 2008. First edition. Paperback. 193pp. 23 cm. in green wrappers. Includes bibliographical references and index. New book with no flaws. As NEW. Item #14319
"Rod Miller tells the story of the West's worst, but least remembered attack on Native Americans... The Bear River Massacre, on January 29, 1863, claimed at least 250 Shoshoni lives. And it changed the culture of the natives who lived in the area along what later became the Utah-Idaho border."