Book: Indian Lands by Fred Albert Ludwigcategories: Book, Adventure, Fiction, Teen, Captive, Buffalo, Indians
Fred A. Ludwigabout this book: This story is of a young women set in the 1870.
Striving to live on her own, she becomes hired to work at a bordello, the best paying position offered. When conditions cause her to flee, she heads west into the Indian lands, knowing that few return, and her fate as a Indian captive would be cruel. When captured by an attacking band, she fears the worst.
Her new life among the tribes brings her to a new understanding of these people. She experiences the Battle of Little Big Horn through Indian eyes, the life they live, the hopes and dreams. It is a story of change and understanding. She learns why few return... they have found the live they seek.
It stems from an idea on how see see the tribes. I did some research to get most the details as accurately as possible, with the understanding eye witness accounts change over time. I enjoyed writing it, and hope others enjoy reading it.
The hardest part of the research was discovering how cruelly the tribes were treated. The accounts, and photos of the dead, clearly indicate the truth on reports of hundreds of men, women and children massacred by Federal troops.
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