The parallel studies of Custer and his native counterpart Crazyhorse is quite amazing. There are so many similarities between 11 and so many differences highlighting are you... Read morePublished 20 days ago by David
Lots of insight into treatment (or lack of thereof) of Indians by Army and others. As usual, Stephen Ambrose has done his homework. Read morePublished 27 days ago by modseam
Engaging story told in parallel of two great warriors. It was very easy to read and enjoyable. Almost a page turner. A fascinating bit of American history. Read morePublished 27 days ago by John R. Niles
I have always been attracted to the stories of the West but know very little.
American history classes didn't teach much Indian history in my day. Read more
The author paints elaborate descriptions of both and how they came to be who they were. It was very educational and entertaining at the same time.Published 28 days ago by Mike Burgess
Not an example of great reading. The facts are probably accurate but dates are few and far between. No mention of the efforts of the Lakota supporters in carving the Crazy Horse... Read morePublished 29 days ago by Byravan Viswanathan