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Richard Irving Dodge (1827–1895)

Dodge, Richard Irving. An American soldier (colonel in the United States army) and prose-writer; born in Huntsville, NC, May 19, 1827; died in Sackett’s Harbor, NY, June 16, 1895. He is the author of ‘The Black Hills’ (1876); ‘The Plains of the Great West’ (1877), republished in London as ‘Hunting Grounds of the Great West’; and ‘Our Wild Indians’ (1881).