The format of this book will meet the needs of students with varying levels of research skills. The text provides basic information about Chief Joseph, leader of the Nez Perce during the era of relocation of native peoples. Quotations & commentaries are woven into the text. Additional insights are presented in boxed sidebars & include newspaper accounts, interviews, & excerpts from other researchers. Chronology, chapter notes, annotated bibliographies, & index. Part of the Importance Of series.
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