In book one, half-Indian Eote is given responsibility to lead a high-tech army of American Indians to bring balance to the modern world, but his self-doubts send him back for more experience among his people. Eote now learns of his own humble beginnings, and through experiences with various tribes, continues his education to determine if war is the best alternative. He and Little Fawn share the joys and sorrows of living among The People, meet the Indian Messiah who teaches peace through the Ghost Dance, and learn first-hand the consequences of practicing the dance. Through traditional storytelling, Eote and readers experience the bloodiest American Indian slaughter in history—the Bear River Massacre. Will first-hand experience among a people marked for annihilation slow or accelerate the prospect of a final battle? Author Douglas B. Wright brings the tale of an unlikely American hero to its exciting and fantastic conclusion in “Pow Wow with the Dead, Eye of the Eagle Book Two.”
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About the Author
Douglas Boyd Wright (1934-2009) was born and died in a small Utah town called Clawson. During his life he worked as an oil rigger, a heavy equipment and truck operator, a warehouseman, a nursing home administrator, a security guard, a trading post manager, an ore buster-upper, a newspaper editor, and a farmer, among other things. He finally retired from the workforce after having taught speech and English to junior highs kids. Though reluctant to admit it, he might say his greatest contribution in life was having ten children with his wife Carolyn, spanning 1954 through 1976. Doug loved American Indians. His years working on the Navajo reservation among a people he loved, were probably among his happiest.