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The Cheyenne Story: An Interpretation of Courage

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What should a man do when the army sends him to help kill his wife's family? His grandson and Northern Cheyenne tribe member, Gerry Robinson, reaches back through time to unravel the emotional and complex story.

Bill Rowland married into the Northern Cheyenne Tribe in 1850, eventually becoming the primary interpreter in their negotiations with the U.S. government. On November 25, 1876--five months to the day after Custer died at the Little Bighorn--Bill found himself obligated to ride into the tribe's main winter camp with over a thousand U.S. troops bent on destroying it.

The Cheyenne Sweet Medicine Chief, Little Wolf, had been to the white man's cities. He knew how many waited there to follow the path cleared by soldiers who were out seeking revenge for their great loss. He also knew that the hot-blooded Kit Fox leader, Last Bull, emboldened by their recent victory and convinced he could defeat them all, posed a dangerous threat from within. Tradition and the protestations of the boisterous young leader prevented Little Wolf's warnings from being taken seriously.

ISBN-13: 9781733426602

Media Type: Paperback

Publisher: Sweetgrass Books

Publication Date: 12-20-2019

Pages: 312

Product Dimensions: 8.80h x 6.00w x 1.00d

Robinson, Gerry: - Raised at the heart of the Northern Cheyenne Indian Reservation, Gerry Robinson grew up hearing fragmented stories about his ancestors. He then devoted nearly twenty years of his life to researching, traveling the country, and reaching back through time to reclaim his heritage. Robinson is a published historical writer and member of Western Writers of America. His debut novel, The Cheyenne Story: An Interpretation of Courage, is the first installment of a three volume series. It is the book many have waited for: a balanced and compelling presentation of Northern Cheyenne history, shared by a member of the tribe and a direct descendant of those involved.