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  • A great eye-opener!

    This book was such an eye-opener as to some of the wretched mistreatment of Native Americans by the US government. I'm sure it doesn't even touch the tip of the iceberg. A wonderful, eye-opening read.

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  • Reads as though these were fact

    Well done. If I hadn't known any better, I would have believed these were the actual journals of May Dodd. In fact I went online to learn more about her, where I discovered she was a fictional character.

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  • I would recommend reading this book.

    I really enjoyed this book. Very informative as to the way of life at that time.

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  • The Native's American West

    What a story! I felt like I WAS May Dodd living through her many daring and new experiences with the Cheyenne native people, being married to the chief of the tribe. This book brought me right into the native village life, and also the political things going on at the time when the indians were being forced onto reservations - not a pretty picture of the"white man". I would highly recommend this gripping, moving and often humorous book.

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  • One Thousand White Woman

    Really intriguing story and believable. To tell the truth I had forgotten it was a male author until the end, as he expressed so well the female view. I highly recommend if you like historical novels about WWI & II.

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