The military played a complex and defining role in the opening of the West to settlement from the East, and in the subjugation of the native peoples. This series of single-volume monographs explores the military experience through biographies, analysis of specific events, and broad-ranging studies of unique episodes. From Aurora Hunt's Army of the Pacific, a pioneering work on the California Volunteers during the Civil War, to Sherman Fleek's analysis of the Mormon Battalion's epic march across the Southwest, these volumes offer insight into the military's challenging experience west of the Mississippi.
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