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In any situation, looking at a situation from a new point of view broadens the mind and deepens the understanding. Also contains dialogue from time to time, and tells stories from beginning all through to the end. I was proud to be able to give a copy to an Apache friend of mine before he passed away.

If folks find any others, please let me know! To ask other readers questions about Begrabt mein Herz an der Biegung des Flussesplease sign up. Native American culture had not lived with Europeans long enough to have an example or …more Uncle Tom’s Cabin is my suggestion.

Anybody know of a map that shows the locations referenced? I feel like it’s a barrage of facts related to European atrocities without a compelling historiographical narrative.

Quite a bit of the history on Natives and how they were treated. The rest of the book contains historical POVS from both sides accounts from the white men, and the Native Americans mostly. Tarah Hi- 2 years late, but I had the same question so maybe you’ll get the update that I’ve responded. Can’t believe I still haven’t. It’s part dee my heritage. This book blew me mmein. It’s about cruelty for sure, but so far the book is all over the map literally. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.

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The rest of the book contains historical POVS from both sides …more Chapter One is different from the rest of the book. I’ll have to get it again was only able to read bout half before I had to return it.

I am having trouble keeping my interest level up although I do very much like reading about history. This book is noteworthy on a number of levels, not the least of which was that it was the first to tell the story of the West from the point of view of Native People and receive widespread attention for it. Just got through chapter 1.

Begrabt mein Herz an der Biegung des Flusses

Ask and answer questions about books! It meant a lot to him, he said it was the first time he saw the truth written down in a book.

Stephanie Not every book is a big pile of happy. My brother wants to read “something like Bury My Heart At Wounded Knee but about African Americans” – I think he means in terms of how engaging the book is, the level of detail and reading level, etc.

I had serious problems placing events being both generally bad at geography and at remembering things.

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I want to read this, too. Jimmy Warner Scott I doubt that. It’s more like an introduction. Although purely fiction, Uncle Tom had picked up enough of the white man’s God to believe in and give him hope plus exceptional courage through his tragic life. Dad said that he has. This book is noteworthy on a number of levels, not the least of which was that it was the first to tell the …more Not every book is a big pile of happy.

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This is one of the great books of history of all time. I just heard a outbox the book …more Scott I doubt that.

See Featured Authors Answering Questions. Is the rest of the book yerz of the same? I had serious problems placing events being both …more Hi- 2 years late, but I had the same question so maybe you’ll get the update that I’ve responded. Ebgrabt Tom’s Cabin is also a much, much easier and exciting read. I just heard a outbox the book and wanted to check kit out.

Native American culture had not lived with Europeans long enough to have an example or understanding of a true servant follower of Jesus to give them a clear hope of eternal life and justice for evil doers.

Has anyone read this lately? All my textbooks growing up were whitewashed biwgung the pun. Edwin Martin Uncle Tom’s Cabin is my suggestion. I’ve shared it on a Google Doc.