Sitting Bull's name is still the best known of any American Indian leader, but his life and legacy remain shrouded with misinformation and half-truths. Sitting Bull's life spanned the entire clash of cultures and ultimate destruction of the Plains Indian way of life. He was a powerful leader and a respected sham ...more
However, Yenne's style is very folksy in tone. He also brings in references to present-day popular cult ...more
This book talks about Native Americans and how they used bulls. This type animal was really important for the Native Americans." The Native Americans did a lot of war with bulls". ( Elizabeth 10).HunkPapa was one of the first people to ever kill a bull with a bow and arrow. Bow and arrows were really hard to use. Native Americans usally mastered it when they became 15 years old. They ued to go on a gang or grouped to capture bulls.
Another awesome thing about Native Americans were t ...more
Has select timeline, pictures from archives,
Well written and well documented.
The New Yorker wrote of Sitting Bull, his biography of the great Lakota leader, that it "excels as a study in leadership." This book was named to the number 14 spot among Amazon's 100 Best Books of the Year.
Library Journal observed that "e...more