Ghost Dancers

Ghost Dancers

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The Ghost Dance, a spiritual dance of the Lakota Sioux in the late 1800's, becomes their hope-and their demise. Their ancestors were to rise from the dead, reclaim their lands and restore it to its natural state, as it was prior to the intrusion of the white man. But what actually happened was far from what Wovoka, their Messiah, preached. Ghost Dancers follows Lt. George Hawkins from the Battle of the Little Bighorn to the newly established Indian reservations to the massacre at Wounded Knee, a massacre precipitated by the Ghost Dance. Follow George on General George Crook's "Horsemeat March." Through George, live the deaths of Crazy Horse and Sitting Bull, helpless to stop either. Love a woman more suitable to the 1990's than the 1890's, and watch helpless, again, as 300 men, women, and children are slaughtered on a frozen December morning by the U.S. Cavalry. Here is the story of one man's determination to make a difference.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 264 pages
  • 139.7 x 215.9 x 15.24mm | 403.7g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1507600135
  • 9781507600139

About D L Rogers

D.L. "Diane" Rogers grew up in New Jersey, with a natural love of horses and cowboys, she, her cousins and friends spent many delightful hours playing Cowboys and Indians; the Barbie doll was ignored. Coming from a family mixed with both northern and southern heritage, she found her love of history, and most especially, the Civil War. She and her cousins called themselves "Yebels." Each one having one parent from the North and one from the South. As a kid Diane loved to read. She read every Nancy Drew and horse book she could get her hands on. That love of reading led her to her writing endeavors of today. At the present time, Diane lives south of Kansas City, Missouri, with her husband, four horses and a multitude of cats. She has two wonderful children, Eric and Kristen, and five grandchildren. If you'd like to visit with Diane, please feel free to contact her through her website at:
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