Frontier Trails. The Autobiography of Frank M. Canton


Abstract


"Soon after his death, in 1927, it was found that General Frank M. Canton had left among his private papers five thick notebooks. From these he is made to tell this thrilling narrative of fighting outlawry in Oklahoma, of excitement during the gold rush to Alaska and of experiences as Adjutant General of the National Guard of the new State of Oklahoma. The careful record of names and incidents gives the book value as a document in the history of the West and Northwest."

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