Book Review: Halfbreed - The Remarkable True Story of George Bent - Caught Between the Worlds of the Indian and the White Man by David Fridtjof Halaas, Andrew E. Masichcategories: Book, History, Cheyenne, American Indian, Confederacy, Civil War, Sand Creek Massacre, Kit Carson, Buffalo Bill, Wild Bill Hickok, George Custer, Native American
Authors: David F. Halaas, Andrew E. Masich
Publisher: Da Capo Press
Brand: Halaas, David Fridtjof/ Masich, Andrew E.
From a Living Relative of George BentExcellent history and writing. What an amazing life when viewed from the century it took place in this country and the disparity of what was going on in the American West and the Eastern Seaboard. From Harvard to teepees, and only a few years later, the Civil War. Someday I hope to visit his grave. I've been to the Bent's Fort National Museum in Colorado and have great respect for the restoration of that important part of the historical West.
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