Son of a Basque fur trader and an Iglala Sioux squaw, John "Pawnee" Perez wanted to belong. But along the Virginia City Road in the early 1870s, half-breeds had no friends. The Indians didn't want him. The whites wouldn't call him "brother". So he carved out his own name, his own destiny--and still he ended up caught between the U.S. Cavalry and 3,000 warriors led by Crazy Horse.
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