Bury My Heart At Wounded Knee: An Indian History Of The American West
Pages no: 487
Edition language: English
, Non Fiction
, American History
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Very good story of the near extinction of Native American Indians in the late 1800s. Extremely sad, and makes you wonder what hope there is for the human race in general when you read this type of story. Really made me think about the plight of others. Each chapter tells part of the story, usually f...
Audiobook was available at Downpour for only USD5.95. Excellent narration by Grover Gardner.DEVASTATING. Very difficult reading. Dense. I am very glad it was written and that I have read it. The language used is perfect. I don't know how to properly convey to what extent this book upset me. Everyone...
A sweeping work of history, which I would have enjoyed even more if I were better with names. Brown recounts the interactions between native Americans and European immigrants almost as a series of episodes, and if you don't keep the names straight, it can sound a lot like the same things happening o...
It's been fifteen years since I first read this. I think it's time to make myself cry with it again.
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