Re : The Life and Adventures of a Quaker Among the Indians. The Univ. Of Oklahoma Press reprinted this book in 1968 and I believe copies are available. Just address them at Norman, OK. I don't have a Zip Code.I have a first Edition because they borrowed my families copyto review, study and rewrite. Thomas Chester Battey was one of the Quakers employed under U.S. Grant's administration in a vain atttempt to rid the Indian Service of graft and corruption. ThomasC, as he was known to the indians, is still immortalized at the annual pow-wow at Anadarko, Okla.He is probably best remembered for his part in the confessions of Satank, Santana, and Big Tree for their organization and conducting of the Jacksboro Massacre. A foiled attempt to intercept and kill Gen. Phil Sheridan while he was touring the Western frontier.