Winter Count

Winter Count Winter Count is a historical novel set during the fifteen turbulent years leading up to the infamous Wounded Knee Massacre of Turtleheart a Teton Sioux and his wife Evensigh a white woman ado

  • Title: Winter Count
  • Author: Dallas Chief Eagle Chadwick Allen
  • ISBN: 9780803264328
  • Page: 414
  • Format: Paperback
  • Winter Count is a historical novel set during the fifteen turbulent years leading up to the infamous Wounded Knee Massacre of 1890 Turtleheart, a Teton Sioux, and his wife, Evensigh, a white woman adopted by the Tetons as an infant, are thrust into this history when they are ambushed by a Santee Sioux working as a scout for white gold miners Turtleheart is tortured and lWinter Count is a historical novel set during the fifteen turbulent years leading up to the infamous Wounded Knee Massacre of 1890 Turtleheart, a Teton Sioux, and his wife, Evensigh, a white woman adopted by the Tetons as an infant, are thrust into this history when they are ambushed by a Santee Sioux working as a scout for white gold miners Turtleheart is tortured and left for dead, while Evensigh is kidnapped and sent to St Louis to assimilate into white culture Their struggle to reunite is set against the backdrop of escalating conflicts with the U.S cavalry, the negotiation and breaking of treaties, and the formation of the Sioux reservation Originally published in 1967, Winter Count is one of the few book length works of fiction produced by a Native American to be published before the 1970s.

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      Published :2018-08-12T14:05:47+00:00

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    1. This was my first autographed book. My dad, who gave me my love of words, bought it for me at Seven Falls, Colorado after a performance by Native American dancers. The book was amazing and spurred my interest in Native America.

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