Book List in Order:21 titles

  • Suppose that George Armstrong Custer did not die at the Battle of Little Bighorn. Suppose that, instead, he was found close to death at the scene of the defeat and was brought to trial for his actions. With a masterful blend of fact and fiction, The ...


  • Arkansas native Douglas C. Jones (1924–1998) ranks right up there with Larry McMurtry, A.B. Guthrie, and Ron Hansen. Author of nineteen historical Westerns, including The Court-Martial of George Armstrong Custer, which was made into a Hallmark Hall...


  • Arkansas native Douglas C. Jones (1924–1998) ranks right up there with Larry McMurtry, A.B. Guthrie, and Ron Hansen. Author of nineteen historical Westerns, including The Court-Martial of George Armstrong Custer, which was made into a Hallmark Hall...


  • In 1890, the American Indians are a vanquished people, living primarily on reservations, until the Ghost Dance spreads among the Lakota Sioux and the army is sent in to pacify the Indians, leading to inevitable tragedy. Reprint....


  • In western Arkansas in 1907, seven-year-old Jay Bird Joey Schwartz hides out in the National Cemetery and becomes the only witness to the murder of one of Fort Smith's most prominent citizens. 12,500 first printing....


  • After the War Between the States, Roman Hasford headed West to carve out his own piece of the new frontier. He had suffered the untold indignities of war and was eager to seek adventure. Along the way, he helped to get a glimpse of the Indian Nations...


  • A vivid portrait of an extraordinary family and their legacy follows the epic saga of young Scotsman Robert Chesney, who, with his ambitious and intelligent Native American wife and their four children, plays an important part in the shaping of Ameri...


  • Boone Fawley and his family head south into Arkansas in 1808, unprepared for swamp hazards or the habits of the Indians, fearing for their lives, propelled by the pioneer belief that the land is theirs for the taking. Reprint....







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  • Eben Pay, a United States attorney from the Native American territory, and his Native American companion, Joe Mountain, join the American troops in Cuba fighting the Spanish for Cuban independence, encountering the realities of war. Reprint....


  • Follows fifteen years in the history of the Comanche people, from an 1838 attack by a Comanche raiding party on Madoc's Fort in Texas, to a surprise assault by white soldiers on a Comanche settlement in 1853...




  • FIRST OWL BOOK EDITION. 1985 Holt Rinehart Winston trade paperback, Douglas C. Jones (Elkhorn Tavern). Fort Smith, Arkansas, in 1890, is a haven of justice presiding over thousands of square miles known as the Indian Nation, a land that harbors the m...


  • "This wonderfully written book, a sequel to Season of Yellow Leaf,' concerns a band of proud Comanches who surrender at Ft. Sill in 1875 and successfully learn to adjust to the changing world of the white man. A specialist on Western themes, Jones ha...


  • War has ripped Martin Hasford's nation apart, and, like many men, he is torn between his devotion to his family and his sense of duty. Leaving his wife and children behind to run the family farm near Elkhorn Tavern, Hasford embarks on a path from whi...



  • With her husband gone east to fight for the Confederate Army, Ora Hasford is left alone to tend to her Arkansas farm and protect her two teenage children, Calpurnia and Roman. But only a short distance away, in the shadow of Pea Ridge, a storm is gat...


  • Shortly after the Sioux Nation's victory at Little Bighorn, they are a vanquished people living on reservations. Yet the old ways die hard, and when the Ghost Dance spreads across the West, calling the Sioux to the mystic dance of rebellion, many ans...