Whirlwind belonged to the Oglala Sioux, the people of Crazy Horse. Born in 1820 near the Black Hills, she knew prosperity—her father could afford an expensive Buffalo Maiden ceremony—and eventually tragedy.
The Indian woman feels profoundly the chill of change: the decimation of the buffalo, the coming of white settlers to the Great Plains, the wars that reduce her people...more
For persons interested in American Indian History this is a good place to start. Each chapter progresses 10 or 15 years and begins with a summary of the current residents of the Lodge which i ...more
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