The Long Death: The Last Days of the Plains Indian

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University of Oklahoma Press, 2001 - History - 371 pages
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This compelling narrative explains how Native Americans found themselves time and again betrayed by the ever-expanding white nation of the East, fighting for lands on the edge of the shrinking frontier. Long considered a classic, this edition features an introduction by Dee Brown, author of Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee.

"A vivid, swiftly paced account of the dispossession of the Plains Indians during the half century after 1840--The New York Times Book Review,

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Andrist is one of those rare non-fiction authors who excels at his field, not because of his knowledge (which is, of course, still essential), but because of his ability to see a story and present it ... Read full review

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Ralph K. Andrist, scholar & radio journalist, is the author of "California Gold Rush", "Steamboats on the Mississippi", & "Andrew Jackson, Soldier & Statesman". He resides in Cape Cod, Massachusetts.

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