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Crazy Horse
A. Ross Ehanamani, signed by author
$8.00

s/t: And the Real Reason for the Battle of Little Big Horn

A history of Little Big Horn and biography of Crazy Horse written by a Lakota Sioux author. Adverts at back, propose that the initial reservation of Indian lands laid out by the 1868 Fort Laramie Treaty are at the heart of the Little Big Horn Battle. The discovery of gold in the Black Hills in 1874, led to the need for a battle as an excuse to retake the Black Hills from the Sioux. The author touches on astrology, Hopi prophecy, and governmental economic policy to seal his argument. Text assisted by b/w drawings. Having approved the treaty the Sioux quickly went out and burned down the abandoned forts. But the Sioux had been mislead into thinking that the boundary of their new reservation was the Missouri River on the east, Platte River on the south, the Big Horn Mountains on the west and the Yellowstone River on the North.

Publisher:
Wiconi Waste Publishing
Publish Date:
2000, Denver, CO
Pages:
128
Format:
paperback
ISBN:
0962197785
Price:
$8.00

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