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Red Road Across the Great Plains

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A life-changing solo voyage of discovery across the blood-soaked Great Plains. A pilgrimage to momentous sites of Native American heritage. Meet the amazing “invisible warriors” fighting impossible odds to reclaim their heritage and share in the American Dream without losing their unique identity, much as their ancestors fought on the battlefields to save their way of life ...more
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Published November 29th 2019 by Dawn Voyager
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Dec 15, 2019 rated it it was amazing
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Part history, part travel, author Chandra Lahiri’s novel does an amazing job of creating a narrative that showcases the authors real life journey to these iconic, historic and sometimes tragic locations in the West and Mid-Western United States. The evenly paced read delved deeply into the violent, heartbreaking and blood-soaked history of the Native American tribes and the impact on both their culture and the white settlers as they expanded their territory further and further westward
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Dec 31, 2019 rated it it was amazing
A heartfelt and personal saga of one man's journey to visit and honor the legacy of Native Americans in the Great Plains. Lahiri writes with candor, humor, sensitivity, and respect as he follows in the footsteps of great ones and honors the legacy of those first peoples past and present. ...more
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