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The Powder River
by Win Blevins


Overview - This book is a love story of sorts--it is the dramatic tale of the determined, desperate, adventurous journey of the Cheyenne people from Indian Territory back to their Montana homeland and the Powder River. -Win Blevins is as good a storyteller as this country has.- -Dale Wasserman, author of Man of La Mancha The northern Cheyenne still call the Powder River country their sacred home.  Read more...

 
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Overview
This book is a love story of sorts--it is the dramatic tale of the determined, desperate, adventurous journey of the Cheyenne people from Indian Territory back to their Montana homeland and the Powder River. -Win Blevins is as good a storyteller as this country has.- -Dale Wasserman, author of Man of La Mancha The northern Cheyenne still call the Powder River country their sacred home. But now, penned up far to the south in so-called Indian Territory, the remnants of that once-mighty nation are growing feeble and dying. To survive, they must battle their way across 1,500 miles to their ancestral home, fending off pursuit by thousands of well-armed soldiers. In that outnumbered band are Adam Smith Maclean, born both white and Cheyenne, and his wife Elaine, a New Englander determined to stand by Adam and his desperate, daring people Cheyenne family. Join them on their trek through the hostile heart of the white man's West toward the welcoming banks of Powder River. Reviews -Win Blevins is as good a storyteller as this country has.- -Dale Wasserman, author of Man of La Mancha -POWERFUL and FULL OF FEELING. This book is a love story, and the dramatic story of the determined, desperate journey of the Cheyenne people from Indian Territory back to their Montana homeland. Very few writers are able to put the reader inside the mind of Native people as Win Blevins does.--Norman Zollinger, author of The Road to Santa Fe


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  • ISBN-13: 9780692203767
  • ISBN-10: 0692203761
  • Publisher: Wordworx Publishing
  • Publish Date: May 2015
  • Page Count: 422
  • Dimensions: 8.5 x 5.5 x 0.94 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.17 pounds


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