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eBook The White Indian Boy: and its sequel The Return of the White Indian Boy ePub

by Charles A Wilson,John J Stewart,Elijah Nicholas Wilson

  • ISBN: 0874808340
  • Category: Americas
  • Subcategory: History
  • Author: Charles A Wilson,John J Stewart,Elijah Nicholas Wilson
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: University of Utah Press; 1st edition (August 5, 2005)
  • Pages: 430
  • ePub book: 1647 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1869 kb
  • Other: rtf lit azw txt
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 317

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Elijah Nicholas 'Uncle Nick' Wilson (1842–1915) ran away from his Utah home and lived with the Shoshone Indians as a boy. In his later years he settled in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.

Elijah Nicholas 'Uncle Nick' Wilson (1842–1915) ran away from his Utah home and lived with the Shoshone Indians as a boy. The town of Wilson, Wyoming, is named for him. Charles Alma Wilson (1901–1999), the son of Elijah Nicholas Wilson, was born in Wilson, Wyoming. Like his father, Charley lived a colorful life as a rancher, government trapper, hunting and fishing guide, and author.

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First published in 1910, The White Indian Boy quickly became a western classic. Readers fascinated by real-life 'cowboys and Indians' thrilled to Nick Wilson’s frontier exploits, as he recounted running away to live with the Shoshone in his early teens, riding for the Pony Express, and helping settle Jackson Hole, Wyoming. The volume was so popular that Wilson’s son Charles was compelled to write a second book, The Return of the White Indian, which picks up in 1895 where the first memoir ends, telling the adventures of Nick Wilson’s later life.

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Elijah Nicholas Wilson and Charles Alma Wilson. The White Indian Boy; and its Sequel, The Return of the White Indian

Elijah Nicholas Wilson (April 8, 1842 - December 26, 1915) was known as "Yagaiki" when among the Shoshones, and in his later years as "Uncle Nick" when entertaining young children with his adventurous exploits. Elijah Nicholas Wilson and Charles Alma Wilson. The White Indian Boy; and its Sequel, The Return of the White Indian. Library of Congress Control Number 86127837.

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Wilson, Elijah Nicholas, 1842-1915; Driggs, Howard R. (Howard Roscoe), 1873-1963. Wilson, Elijah Nicholas, 1842-1915, Shoshoni Indians, Frontier and pioneer life. Yonkers-on-Hudson, NY : World Book Co. Collection. Brigham Young University. Harold B. Lee Library.

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First published in 1910, The White Indian Boy quickly became a western classic. Readers fascinated by real-life 'cowboys and Indians' thrilled to Nick Wilson’s frontier exploits, as he recounted running away to live with the Shoshone in his early teens, riding for the Pony Express, and helping settle Jackson Hole, Wyoming. The volume was so popular that Wilson’s son Charles was compelled to write a second book, The Return of the White Indian, which picks up in 1895 where the first memoir ends, telling the adventures of Nick Wilson’s later life. These books, published here as a single volume, are testaments to a unique time and place in American history. Because he had a heart for adventure and unusual proficiency with Native American languages, Wilson’s life became an historical canvas on which was painted both the exploration and the closing of a frontier, as he went from childhood among the Shoshone to work as an interpreter for the U.S. government on Indian reservations in Wyoming and Idaho in his later years. This volume includes new introductory material, a family tree, and a background of Indian-white relations in Jackson Hole. Packed with amazing details about life in the Old West, Wilson’s colorful escapades are once again available to a new generation of readers.

Comments

Modred Modred
We read this book with our children and loved it. It was suggested by a wonderful elderly neighbor who read it when he was young and loved it all his life. Definitely worth reading. We have ancestors from Wyoming so it was fun to read about the places Wilson settled. Might be worth taking a trip to the places to really get an idea of the setting for the book. We've bought some to give away, it's that good.
Blackstalker Blackstalker
Love this book. Read it as a child, as Nick is a distant relative of mine, it makes it all that much more alive.
saafari saafari
This book is a really good read I recommend it to everyone who is a history buff loves westerns or indians. There is a movie about this book out also I watched the movie first and read the book afterwords and it is spot on I recommend getting the movie also with this book it's called Wind River.
Phallozs Dwarfs Phallozs Dwarfs
Very happy with my purchase.
Inabel Inabel
It was ex service
jorik jorik
What a fantastic read!
Gardall Gardall
Very informative of what it was like to live among Native Americans back in the day.
This book is about my 4th great uncle great addition to the family history.