The Warrior Culture
By Edward Osbourne
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About the Author
Edward Osborne is a retired. Assistant A.P. American History and A.P. American Government who taught for 32 years. He was also an Adjunct Professor of American History and American Education for 5 years. He holds a Master of Education (M.Ed.), a Master of Arts (M.A.) in U.S.-Japanese Foreign Relations and a Specialist degree (Ed.S.) in Far Eastern Studies.
He has been a student of the American Western History since 1984. He has visited most of the major battlefields to include Sand Creek, the Fetterman, the Washita River, the Rosebud and Custer’s Little Big Horn and the battle of Wounded Knee. He has visited the graves of Chief Red Cloud, “Liver-Eating” Johnston, “Buffalo Bill, “Wild Bill Hickok, Calamity Jane and Doc Holiday. He has also traveled extensively in the West to include Denver, Billings, Cheyenne, Fort Laramie, Fort Bridger, Fort Phil Kearney, Cody Wyoming, the City of Red Lodge, Deadwood, Tombstone and the O.K. corral. He has also driven the entire Oregon Trail from Scott Bluff to Portland Oregon..