Death of the Iron Horse
The Iron Horse was coming...Thundering and panting and breathing black smoke, it was a fearsome thing. The Cheyenne people had never seen a steam locomotive before, and it terrified them. Would it come right over the hill, into their camp, just as the relentless soldiers and white settlers had done before?
Powerful words and pictures tell the true story of August 7, 1867 -- the only time an "Iron Horse" was derailed by Native Americans. It is a tale of courage and pride and of a people caught up in an unequal struggle to preserve their sacred way of life.
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Review: Death of the Iron HorseUser Review - Amanda - Goodreads
I don't know much about Cheyenne Indian history so I enjoyed learning about it in this book. This book focused on August 7th, 1867, the day that the "iron horse" was killed by the Cheyenne Indians. I ... Read full review
Review: Death of the Iron HorseUser Review - Euna Lee - Goodreads
Death of the Iron Horse by Paul Goble is a fictional account of a true historical account of the Union Pacific freight train that was drailed by the Cheyennes. It is a legendary story that describes ... Read full review