Creek Mary's blood: a novel
Proud and beautiful Creek Mary dominates a saga that spans the years from the American Revolution to the preWorld War I era and portrays such characters as Tecumseh, Andrew Jackson, Crazy Horse, Sitting Bull, and Teddy Roosevelt
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A study of the arc of the Creek nation, from the expulsion in the 1820's to the 1890's with an upbeat ending. Dee Brown is a better historian than a novelist, in my opinion. Read full review
Use it in my Western Lit class and it is rather interesting to follow with the times and things going on during the book.