[EPUB] ✺ Lakota Noon: The Indian Narrative of Custer's Defeat ✽ Gregory F. Michno – Writerscompany.co.uk

In Lakota Noon, The Indian Participants Of The Battle Of The Little Bighorn Tell Their Own Story Of That Hot Day In June 1876 The Author S Innovative Approach Allows Readers To Follow The Warriors Onto The Battlefield And See The Fight Through Their Eyes. Lakota Noon: The Indian Narrative of Custer's Defeat

About the Author: Gregory F. Michno

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10 thoughts on “Lakota Noon: The Indian Narrative of Custer's Defeat

  1. says:

    In law schools and psychology classes across the country, professors like to indulge in an experiment on witness perception while class is proceeding, a person will run into the room and perform an act, such as stealing the professor s briefca

  2. says:

    Since I had visited the battlefield known as Custers last stand to the army and Battle on the Greasy Grass to the Indians, I was keen to read the Indian account of what happened I had picked up this book at the battlefield shop but didn t read it

  3. says:

    Having read a plethora of Custer books, from the original Kick the Dead Lion and Custer s Luck to a variety of recent offerings, I find Michno s book refreshing and original This is a book devoted almost entirely to the Native American point of vie

  4. says:

    O K., this is only my second Little Bighorn book, but I thought it was quite good and very different from Philbrick s book There isn t a lot of background, and of course no extensive discussion at all of all the infighting between Custer, Reno, Terry,

  5. says:

    From many standpoints I enjoyed this book It is a much balanced approached to the last stand of Custer, than others I have read I also like that the author brings in many cultural and contextual aspects of that moment in history It is fascinating to see

  6. says:

    I have to say this is by far the best account I have read of the battle The author uses the Native American accounts to describe the entire battle It does not cover the siege of Reno Only his initial attack That s actually where the book starts The book adva

  7. says:

    This is an extremely well researched and well written book The story is told in a fascinating manner, tracing the movements of individuals in 10 minute increments This can be kind of confusing, but the discussion sections of each chapter tie everything together

  8. says:

    An essential part of the LBH jigsaw which must be read by anyone who wants to understand what happened on that fateful June day in 1876 These, after all, are the only accounts by participants An essential text.

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  10. says:

    Awesome book You can follow one warrior throughout the entire book or just read the entire book from different warriors perspectives A book to keep on your bookshelf for sure

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