I Am Looking to the North for My Life: Sitting Bull, 1876-1881
What happened to the Sioux after the Little Bighorn. Illustrates how two countries, the United States and Canada, struggled to control their potentially explosive common border.
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In his preface, Manzione (history, Mercy Coll.) poses the question, "What happened to the Sioux after the battle of the Little Big Horn?'' In reality, of course, this was not much of a battle--"Custer ... Read full review
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