Wounded Knee: An Indian History of the American West

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Macmillan, 1993 M11 15 - 202 páginas

Dee Brown's bestselling adult book, Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee, opened the eyes of a generation to the Indian struggle to survive the white man's expansion. This young adult edition relates the profoundly disturbing story of the plunder of the great Indian nations.

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A very interesting historical perspective of the broken, treaties, lies, and attempted genocide of the plains Indians. Told largely from the perspective of the native americans it starts withe the ... Leer comentario completo

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Broke my heart over and over again. The picture of the greatest men of entire races being butchered, often under a flag of truce or a promise of parley, by idiot, drunken soldiers will never leave me ... Leer comentario completo

Contenido

Cochise and the Apache Guerrillas
19
The Last of the Apache Chiefs
36
PART
51
Powder River Invasion
76
Red Clouds War
89
The Only Good Indian Is a Dead Indian
106
Red Clouds Visit to Washington
121
The War for the Black Hills
130
Cheyenne Exodus
150
Dance of the Ghosts
162
Wounded Knee
175
List of Indian Moons
183
Bibliography
193
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Dee Brown is a leading authority on western American history and the author of many highly acclaimed books on this subject. He lives in Little Rock, Arkansas.

Amy Ehrlich is the author of several young-adult novels and is currently the editor-in-chief of Candlewick Press in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

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