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The Society of Wolves
by Robert E. McHaney

9780828324557
Item price:  $18.95
 
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The Society of Wolves by Robert E. McHaney
Print-Book Edition ISBN 9780828324557 $18.95
E-Book Edition ISBN 9780828324540 $9.99

Utilizing information from history and legend, Robert McHaney has written a compelling story on the conflicts between Native American Indians and European Americans in the process of claiming the lands between the two oceans as theirs. In the long-run struggle, the Indians were summarily defeated with few exceptions.

In The Society of Wolves, Mr. McHaney tells the story of how leaders of Indian tribes such as Oglala, the Sioux and many others fought the advancing Americans and how they inflicted the most severe losses on the invaders of lands they claimed as theirs. He tells the story of how Gray Wolf, the future father of the great chief, Crazy Horse, lived, fought, and died, and how the Native Americans prepared themselves to fight the future battle such as that of Little Big Horn. Beyond the underlying theme with a strong fable atmosphere there is a full historic description of the Indians themselves and their way of life that makes this book a compelling and believable read.

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