Chief Red Cloud, 1822-1909
A biography of Chief Red Cloud, the Lakota leader who successfully forced the United States Army to close the Bozeman Trail, which crossed ancestral lands and endangered hunting grounds and sacred sites. Includes instructions for making an animal sign and a recipe for Sioux Indian Pudding.
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