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The Indian To-day: The Past and Future of the First American
     

The Indian To-day: The Past and Future of the First American

by Charles Alexander Eastman
 
The author of this book was born in a teepee of buffalo hide near Redwood Falls, Minn., during the winter of 1858. His father was a full-blooded Sioux called "Many Lightnings," (Tawakanhdeota). His mother, the granddaughter of Chief "Cloud Man" of the Sioux and daughter of a well-known army officer, died shortly after his birth. He was named Ohiyesa (The Winner).

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The author of this book was born in a teepee of buffalo hide near Redwood Falls, Minn., during the winter of 1858. His father was a full-blooded Sioux called "Many Lightnings," (Tawakanhdeota). His mother, the granddaughter of Chief "Cloud Man" of the Sioux and daughter of a well-known army officer, died shortly after his birth. He was named Ohiyesa (The Winner).

Product Details

BN ID:
2940026653461
Publisher:
Doubleday, Page& Company
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
225 KB

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