The Native American in Long Fiction: An Annotated by Joan Beam

By Joan Beam

A better half consultant to the authors' 1996 paintings, The local American in lengthy Fiction: An Annotated Bibliography, this complement is a compilation of all identifiable novel-length fictional works through and approximately local americans released basically among the years 1995 and 2002.

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White Hawk hopes to convince the President to return the land at the Wisconsin Dells to the Winnebagoes. Although a treaty was signed turning this land over to the whites, the tribal leaders did not understand what they were signing and wish to remain on their lands. Wau-mato wants to see the cities of the white men, but she also wants some time away from the tribe. Little Elk is pressuring her to marry him and while Wau-mato does not want to go against the opinions of all who favor this match, she knows she does not love him.

Red Cloud‘s motivation to drive the whites out of Sioux temtory derived from a father who drank himself to death on white man’s liquor,Red Cloud’s rebuffed attempts as a youth to attain acceptance from whites, and his own pride and arrogance in wanting complete power over his people. The dialogue among those Cheyenne men as they discuss the campaign is often most amusing. Crazy Horse is the military master mind, but Red Cloud is the power that makes the other warriors obey the battle plans. Fetterman is a boastful incautious man, who brags at a party that he could whip the whole Sioux Nation with only eighty men.

Fetterman is a boastful incautious man, who brags at a party that he could whip the whole Sioux Nation with only eighty men. Ironically that is the number of men who die with him in the Massacre. Eventually Red Cloud’s people called this the Fight of One Hundred Dead because they also lost many men to the Army guns. Years later Red Cloud turned away from fighting to try to cooperate and work with the government for peace. For this his people called him a traitor, but in truth he had learned the Sioux ultimately could not win.

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