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Mahnomen Public Library J 970.004 Mar (Text) 33500006869168 Main On holds shelf -
Red Lake Falls Public Library j 978.004 MAR (Text) 35500002892550 Main Available -

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  • ISBN: 0525459448 (hc.)
  • Physical Description: 246 p. : ill. ; 27 cm.
  • Publisher: New York : Dutton Children's Books, 2000.

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General Note: At head of title: Tatan'ka Iyota'ke.
Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references.
Summary, etc.: Discusses the life of the Hunkpapa chief who is remembered for his defeat of General Custer at Little Big Horn.

  • Booklist Reviews : Booklist Monthly Selections - #1 May 2000
    /*Starred Review*/ Gr. 6^-12. Though demonized by whites after his defeat of George Armstrong Custer at the Little Big Horn, Lakota Sioux chief Sitting Bull was not a "monster" but a visonary leader. That's what historian Marrin demonstrates in this carefully researched, dramatic biography that helps readers understand Sitting Bull by first introducing his world. Marrin does an exceptionally good job of creating a full-length portrait--not only of a charismatic leader, warrior, seer, and holy man but also of the world he inhabited. By giving careful attention to culture, customs, spiritual beliefs, and physical trappings, he makes understandable an unfamiliar world that will seem strange to contemporary kids. His book also explores the tragic history of the Plains Indians, epitomized by the life of Sitting Bull, an appalling story of genocide and "ethnocide" --the eradication not only of a people but also of a culture, a heritage, and a way of life by a relentlessly expanding frontier. Ultimately, the life of Sitting Bull is also "the death of a dream." Photographs, maps, and drawings help expand the reader's understanding of a time and of a man who, according to his one-time adversary General Nelson Miles, "was the greatest Indian that has ever lived in this country." ((Reviewed May 1, 2000))Copyright 2000 Booklist Reviews

Subject: Sitting Bull 1831-1890 Juvenile literature
Dakota Indians Juvenile literature
Hunkpapa Indians Biography Juvenile literature
Indians of North America Great Plains Biography Juvenile literature
Search Results Showing Item 4 of 14 Preferred library: Lake Agassiz Regional Library?

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