Bear Dancer

Bear Dancer

by Thelma Hatch Wyss
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Bear Dancer 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
whiteshadow More than 1 year ago
This book appears well researched and adds a bit of historical insight into the Ute tribes of Colorado. The events and Native Americans are real as are the events, although, creative licensing was added to the history of these prominent Native Americans in order to bring the documented facts together and tell a compelling story, even if this book was written as a work of fiction. Visit your local library for more in-depth research into the lives of Cutshutchous, her Ute name, which means, "Elk Tooth Dress," and the white man's name, Susan Johnson, who lived from 1845 until March 5, 1901. Chief Ouray and his wife Chipeta are well known and lead the Ute Nation against the ultimate threat of the Utes: the white man’s encroachment.