Sitting Bull

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On the trail of the Sioux


In the summer of 1874, gold was discovered in Indian territory. At their own risk, thousands of prospectors venture there. To protect his people, Chief Sitting Bull leads a coalition of Sioux and Cheyenne. Warrior, medicine man and spiritual guide, Sitting Bull led his people in a series of battles against the bluecoats. On June 25, 1876, he won the battle of Little Big Horn against the 7th Cavalry of Lieutenant Colonel Custer.
This confrontation has become a mythical event in the history of the United States. But who better embodies it than Sitting Bull, the emblematic figure of the Plains Indian, a lover of freedom, attached to his way of life and proud of his traditions?

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Publisher: Tallandier
Collection : Texto
Format : Pocket
Presentation : Paperback
12,0 cm × 18,0 cm × 1,5 cm
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