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The Last Great Days of the Sioux
Copyright 1970 by John Norman
Published by Ballantine Books, Inc., New York
First Printing - 1970 (May, 1970)
EAN 978-0-345-21924-4 | ISBN 0-345-21924-4
Format: Paperback | (eBook) | (Current)
US 1.25 | 370 pages | 11 x 18 cm
Coverart by Frank McCarthy
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In the summer of the year preceding the Massacre of Wounded Knee, there was much unrest among the recently defeated Sioux. For defeat did not sit easily on these warriors of the great plains - the transition from fighting nomad to reservation farmer did not take place, and there were those who rode secretly with the call to the Ghost Dance and war.
In that fateful summer there came to Standing Rock a white man, a doctor, fleeing from the threat of death - Edward Chance, who, willy-nilly, would become blood brother to the Sioux and play a powerful part in their last great uprising.
A broad, sweeping pioneer historical, rich with the color, the life, the terror of a time that will never be again.
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