Feathers in the Wind

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Lulu Enterprises Incorporated, Dec 1, 2006 - Fiction - 220 pages
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In the late 1800s the Native Americans in the central plains states lost their land and home to the white invaders. Over a hundred years later a group of young Native Americans had a vision of that land being returned to their people. Then one morning the world awoke to hear the national news broadcasting that thousands of Native Americans dressed in their 1800s attire and carrying primitive weapons had taken control of the Black Hills area. They took a stand that they would not leave, nor negotiate; they wanted their land back NOW! This book contains many true facts in this fictionalized account of what could have taken place in modern day times if Native Americans were to make a stand.

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Very interesting account of Native American & White American relations in modern times.
It is a story about what is happening now, and what could happen in the very near future, IF the
Native voice continues to be ignored.
Worth reading!

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