Book #46244

A Daughter of the Sioux: A Tale of the Indian Frontier

Charles King, General
Book #46244 A Daughter of the Sioux: A Tale of the Indian Frontier. Charles King, General.

Binding: Cloth
Book Condition: Very Good+
Edition: Reprint Edition
Publisher: New York: Grosset & Dunlap Publishers, [1903?].
Illustrator: Illustrated by Frederic Remington and E. W. Deming

A handsome Reprint edition in Very Good+ condition with lightly rubbed boards without dust-jacket. Containing wonderful black and white illustrations by Frederic Remington; A.

The life of a young girl on the American Indian frontier is chronicled in A Daughter of the Sioux. Told through the eyes of the young protagonist, the story follows the fortunes of young Neelum as she grows up in a time of great change on the Great Plains. Neelum must learn to survive in a world where the buffalo have all but disappeared, European diseases are ravaging the tribes, and the military is constantly moving in and out of her community. Despite these challenges, Neelum retains her sense of humor, her love of life, and her faith in the power of the natural world. A Daughter of the Sioux is an unforgettable story of courage, sacrifice, and determination.; B & W Illustrations; 8vo; 306 pages.

Price: $49.00