"This is a deeply provocative book. It will disturb many people and anger others, and that is all to the good. Its unvarnished account of the darkest side of relations between Indians and whites tells us much that we would prefer not to know, or that we have deliberately forgotten, about the longest and most complex conflict in American history."
—Fergus M. Bordewich, author of Killing the White Man’s Indian
"William Osborn’s The Wild Frontier shows the dark side of our national history, a side that many people will find disturbing. Nevertheless, it is a story that must be told in order for us to achieve a better understanding of ourselves and our past."
—Charles M. Robinson III, author of The Men Who Wear the Star
From the Hardcover edition.