Massacre Creek / Gordon D. Shirreffs Shirreffs, Gordon D

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Shirreffs, Gordon D
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Cheyenne Indians - Fiction.; Fiction.; Western stories.
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"Bloody Khuyper" they called the captain who ruled the Union Army's prisoner-of-war camp in the west. And no Johnny Reb hated the man more than Sabin Shay of Texas. Then word came that Khuyper was to command an expedition against the hostile Indians. Sabin Shay saw his chance. He disavowed the Confederacy, swore allegiance to the Union and volunteered to fight Indians as a "Galvanized Yankee." He did it knowing that Khuyper would make his life hell on the trail, knew that his name would come up for every suicide patrol. But he also knew that somewhere along the way he and Khuype.
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