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M. Evans, 1989 - Fiction - 174 pages
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Lakota tells of the Lakota (Teton Sioux) Indians and their struggle against the encroaching white civilization in the late 1870s. Opening on June 25, 1876, after the defeat of Three Stars Crook's army at Rosebud, Lakota traces, through the life of Ta Cante, a Sicangu warrior, the events that led to the eventual clash with General Custer at Little Big Horn, which brought an end to a way of life for the Plains Sioux.

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Tacante, a Lakota (Teton Sioux), spends his early years learning the traditional tribal life filled with reverence for nature and the Lakota religion, and warring against the Crow and Snake tribes ... Read full review


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Author G. Clifton Wisler was born in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. He has written over 60 books, many of which are historical fiction works for young adults. He currently lives in Plano, Texas.

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