Memoirs of a White Crow Indian Thomas H Leforge

Thomas H. Leforge was "born an Ohio American" and chose to "die a Crow Indian American.

Memoirs of a White Crow Indian  Thomas H  Leforge

Thomas H. Leforge was "born an Ohio American" and chose to "die a Crow Indian American." His association with his adopted tribe spanned some of the most eventful years of its history--from the Indian Wars to the reservation period?and as interpreter, agency employee, chief of Crow scouts for the 1876 campaign (he was with Terry at the Little Big Horn), bona fide Crow "wolf," and husband of a Crow woman, he was usually in the midst of the action. His story, first published in 1928, remains a remarkably accurate source of historical and ethnological information on this relatively little known tribe.

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Pages: 356
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Type: BOOK - Published: 1974-01-01 - Publisher: U of Nebraska Press

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