Sitting Bull in His Own Words (Eyewitness to History) (Library Binding)

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Sitting Bull in His Own Words (Eyewitness to History) (Library Binding)

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Sitting Bull, the well-known Native American chief, united the Lakota Sioux in the northern Great Plains and led a mighty resistance of tribes who refused to be placed on reservations. This struggle resulted in violence, most famously at Little Bighorn in 1876. Though Sitting Bull fled to Canada, he ultimately returned to the United States in 1881. This book uses Sitting Bull's powerful words to examine the leader's considerable courage and determination as well as his aspirations for Native Americans.
Product Details ISBN: 9781482414820
ISBN-10: 1482414821
Publisher: Gareth Stevens Publishing
Publication Date: August 16th, 2014
Pages: 32
Language: English
Series: Eyewitness to History