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by Edward S. Farrow

Author: Edward S. Farrow
Subcategory: Americas
Language: English
Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press (March 15, 2000)
Pages: 292 pages
Category: History
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Mountain Scouting, first published in 1881, is a valuable instruction guide for . The book concludes with a glossary of Chinook-English terms.

Mountain Scouting, first published in 1881, is a valuable instruction guide for novice soldiers, describing how to care for their horses, shoot accurately with their rifles, fix broken bones, and ward off diseases and ailments. Farrow guides troops on the use of equipment, offering advice on proper clothing, bedding, tents, and rations. For the soldier who becomes lost, Farrow comes to the rescue with a diagram on following mountain divides and with a chart on how best to relocate a trail. University of Oklahoma Press.

Mountain scouting: a hand-book for officers and soldiers on the frontiers (Print book). Farrow, Edward S (1881). Mountain Scouting - A Handbook for Officers and Soldiers on the Frontier. Foreword by Jerome A. Greene. Norman, Oklahoma: University of Oklahoma Press. New York: CreateSpace Publishing. p. 3. ISBN 9781493726318. Farrow&oldid 919589061". Categories: 1855 births. People from Worcester County, Maryland. United States Army Indian Scouts. United States Army officers. United States Military Academy alumni. United States Military Academy faculty.

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Edward S. Farrow's book, Mountain Scouting: A Handbook for Officers and Sol- diers on the Frontiers, was written to fill the ga. The book is of interest today as an example of company-level frontier military procedures. Farrow's book, Mountain Scouting: A Handbook for Officers and Sol- diers on the Frontiers, was written to fill the gap. First printed in 1881, the handbook was used during the last decade of the Indian wars. There- after, campers and outfitters used it.

Farrow guides troops on the use of equipment, offering advice on proper clothing, bedding, tents, and rations. After serving in the Indian Wars, Edward S. Farrow set out to provide a manual for soldiers and officers bound for frontier army duty. I have endeavored to present, Farrow writes, such knowledge as the young officer often acquires by bitter experience and under the most unfavorable circumstances.

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After serving in the Indian Wars, Edward S. Farrow set out to provide a manual for soldiers and officers bound for frontier army duty. "I have endeavored to present," Farrow writes, "such knowledge as the young officer often acquires by bitter experience and under the most unfavorable circumstances."

Mountain Scouting, first published in 1881, is a valuable instruction guide for novice soldiers, describing how to care for their horses, shoot accurately with their rifles, fix broken bones, and ward off diseases and ailments. Farrow guides troops on the use of equipment, offering advice on proper clothing, bedding, tents, and rations. For the soldier who becomes lost, Farrow comes to the rescue with a diagram on following mountain divides and with a chart on how best to relocate a trail. The book concludes with a glossary of Chinook-English terms.