Hanta yo

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Doubleday, 1979 - Fiction - 834 pages
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Partially based on fact, this multi-generational saga follows the lives of two Indian families, members of the Mahto band of the Teton Sioux, before the arrival of the white man

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Review: Hanta Yo: An American Saga

User Review  - D Steven Ledingham - Goodreads

This is hands down one of the best historical fictions of the native (First people) I have ever read. I believe it is out of print and I've worn out two copies in my lifetime. Translated from English ... Read full review

Review: Hanta Yo: An American Saga

User Review  - Merijn Kok - Goodreads

What a massive accomplishment! Allmost 1000 pages covering five generations of lakotah life with auuthentic naming, places and culture. The story written with understanding and respect. It deserves to ... Read full review

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