Hanta yo

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Doubleday, 1979 - Fiction - 834 pages
33 Reviews
Partially based on fact, this multi-generational saga follows the lives of two Indian families, members of the Mahto band of the Teton Sioux, before the arrival of the white man

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Review: Hanta Yo: An American Saga

User Review  - George - Goodreads

No more reading books by people who pretend to be Indians or telling truthful stories about Indians. No more members of the "Wannabe" tribe. I read this book when it came out. Then, after reading ... Read full review

Review: Hanta Yo: An American Saga

User Review  - Jeff - Goodreads

It's quite remarkable that the general public continues to heap adulation on the mawkish and fictionalized Hanta Yo - a book completely discredited by scholars including the eminent Vine Deloria Jr. Please read "God is Red" to understand why this book offends so many indigenous people. Read full review

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