Military historian Ambrose examines the connections between the Indian chief and the cavalry officer who fought at Little Bighorn.
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"Movingly told and well written . . . a fine contribution, one that will be read with pleasure and admiration by general reader, student and scholar alike. Ambrose has breathed new life into the familiar facts."--Library Journal
"An epic and accurate retelling of one of our country's most tragic periods."--Baltimore Sun
Excellent book. This book goes into a detailed historical details & events of both men leading up to the Little Bighorn battle in Montana.Published 13 days ago by rodney whitfield
This was a fun read that put in context some of the history that has been told time and again. It was interesting to delve into the personalities of the two main characters for... Read morePublished 14 days ago by james redmond
I'm not often moved to write book reviews; but then, I don't often feel compelled to speed through a non-fiction book with the zeal I usually reserve for novels. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Ben Marlin
Very good book! Learned so much that i had no idea of before reading this very entertaining book!Published 19 days ago by gleynis m. edwards
Amazing the similar lives yet so vastly different from the other. Fascinating read that keeps you wanting the next page to rapidly appear.Published 1 month ago by Buddy W. Riley
Ambrose's work is excellent as usual. It is especially noteworthy that his description of the culture of the northern plains Indian is presented in great detail and is worthy of... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Darla B.
Interesting story, particularly the Indian side of it.Published 1 month ago by William John de Vries