dan l. thrapp collection



Al Sieber, Chief of Scouts. Univ. Of Okla. Norman, 1964

Encyclopedia of Frontier Biography, (Vol. I, II, III) Arthur Clark, Glendale, 1988

Encyclopedia of Frontier Biography, Vol. 4 Supplemental Vol., Arthur Clark, Spokane, 1994

General Crook and The Sierra Madre Adventure, Univ. of Okla., Norman, 1972

Juh, An Incredible Indian, Univ. of Texas at El Paso, Southwestern Studies No. 39, El Paso, 1973

The Conquest of Apacheria, Univ. of Okla., Norman, 1967

Vengence! The Saga of Poor Tom Cover, Upton & Sons, El Segundo, 1989

Victorio and the Mimbres Apaches, Univ. of Okla., Norman, 1974

To be published in 2002 – After the Bounty, A Novel of Fletcher Christian

Edited by DLT:

A Cavalryman in Indian Country, by Capt. Camillus Carr, Foreword and Annotation by DLT,

Private Press of Lewis Osborne, Ashland, Oregon, 1974

Dateline Fort Bowie, Charles Fletcher Lummis Reports on an Apache War, Univ. of Okla,

Norman, 1979


Views on the Military History of the Indian-Spanish-American Southwest: 1598-1886, A Seminar; Rev. Edition, Fort Huachuca, AZ, 1976; Article by DLT entitled: The Indian Scouts, with Special Attention to the Evolution, Use, and Effectiveness of the Apache Indian Scouts.

A Tale of Two Forts, pl. 40, True West magazine, February, 1968, Vol 15, No. 3, Whole No. 85

The Derwent Letter, "Cochise died this afternoon...", Univ. of Ariz. Library, Tucson, 1977

The Military Pack Outfits, (disbound copy) p. 181, Brand Book, Number One, San Diego Corral of the Westerners., ND, NP

Dan O'Leary, Arizona Scout, A Vignette, Vol. Seven, Arizona and the West, Univ. of Ariz. Press, 1965 (reprint?)

Where was the Battle of Turret Peak Fought? article in Troopers West, Military & Indian Affairs on the American Frontier, Frontier Heritage Press, 1970, San Diego,

The Apache Indians, Frank C. Lockwood, foreword by DLT, Univ. of Neb. , Lincoln, 1987

Vanished Arizona, by Martha Summerhays, Introduction by DLT, Univ. of Neb. Lincoln, 1979

Are We Really Alone?by DLT. Reprint from Los Angeles Times, July 13, 1969 (4 pages)

The Indians of Arizona and New Mexico, A catalogue of Books & Pamphlets, Catalogue No. 3, Introduction by DLT, ND, NP, No Publisher

Camp Reno: Outpost in Apacheria, 1867-1870, Jim Schreier, Foreword by DLT, Ariz. Hist. Society, 1992

Poor Tom Cover, p. 79, Brand Book XV, Westerners Los Angeles Corral, 1978

Geronimo's Mysterious Surrender, p. 17, Brand Book #13, Los Angeles Corral, 1969

Foreword by DLT

Women of the Apache Nation, H. Henrietta Stockel, Foreword by DLT, Univ. of Nev. Reno, 1991

The Apache Indians, Frank C. Lockwood, Univ of Nebraska, Lincoln, 1987. Foreword by DLT

Introduction by DLT

Vanished Arizona, Martha Summerhays, Univ. of Nebraska, Lincoln, 1979. Introduction by DLT

Books under name of X.X. Jones:

Broken Lance, Ballentine, New York, 1969

Bronc, Ace Books, 1968 (Broncwas published as a “double” bound with The Vengeance Ghost by Reese Sullvan


Survival of the Spirit, H. Henrietta Stockel, Univ. of Nevada, Reno, 1993

War Memorial Volume, Buenos Aires, War Memorial Committee, (194?), DLT listed

Reviews of DLT books

Password, El Paso, TX, The El Paso County Historical Society, 1993, A review of “Juh: An IncredibleIndian”by Phil Nickell, Mesilla, NM