By Roger L. Nichols
Completely up to date and improved, Black Hawk and the Warrior’s Path is a masterful account of the lifetime of the Sauk warrior and chief, and his impression at the historical past of early America.
- The interval among 1760 and 1840 is delivered to lifestyles via vibrant dialogue of local American society and traditions, Western frontier growth, and US-Native American politics and conflicts
- Updates comprise: 1 new map, eight new photographs, a revised bibliographic essay incorporating the newest learn, a timeline, and eight concise, reorganized chapters with keywords and learn questions
- Accessibly written via a famous specialist within the box, scholars will comprehend key subject matters and locate significant connections among old occasions in local American and 18th century American history
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Black Hawk and the Warrior's Path by Roger L. Nichols