To Kill an Eagle: Indian Views on the Death of Crazy Horse

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Johnson Books, 1981 - Biography & Autobiography - 170 pages
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Through the combined research in published and unpublished documents and the interviews of nearly thirty people who either remembered things or had been told things by older relatives, the author sheds new light on Crazy Horse and his people.

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Contents

Introduction
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The Eagle
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Spotted Tail Agency and Camp Sheridan
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Copyright

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