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by Stanley Vestal

Download Warpath;: The true story of the fighting Sioux told in a biography of Chief White Bull ePub
  • ISBN 0585335478
  • ISBN13 978-0585335476
  • Language English
  • Author Stanley Vestal
  • Publisher Popular Library (1962)
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  • Size ePub 1312 kb
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  • Rating: 4.5
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Vestal was born Walter Stanley Vestal to Walter Mallory Vestal and the former Isabella "Daisy" Wood near Severy in. .

Vestal was born Walter Stanley Vestal to Walter Mallory Vestal and the former Isabella "Daisy" Wood near Severy in Greenwood County in southeastern Kansas. Vestal's father died when he was young. His mother remarried, and Vestal took the legal surname Campbell from his stepfather, James Robert Campbell.

Chief White Bull was a nephew of Chief Sitting Bull and considered one of the great Sioux warriors of that time. The story is most interesting and educational. Today with the change in historical honesty where the truth is changed to fit modern ideas this book gives you a real insight into what it was like to grow up in a Sioux village and face the dangers of that period. Chief White Bull was one of the men of that tribe that would not hesitate to attack a blood enemy like a Crow or a Blackfoot, man women or child. I would certainly recommend the book.

Vestal, Stanley, 1887-1957. White Bull, Joseph, 1849-1947, Dakota Indians, Dakota Indians, Indians of North America, Teton Indians. Lincoln : University of Nebraska Press. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china.

In 1932 White Bull related his life story to Stanley Vestal, who corroborated the details, from other sources and prepared this biography

In 1932 White Bull related his life story to Stanley Vestal, who corroborated the details, from other sources and prepared this biography. All that I told him is straight and true," said White Bull.

In 1932 White Bull (identified as the warrior who killed Custer) related his life story to Vestal, who corroborated the details from other sources and prepared this biography. The manuscript was then double-checked by White Bull. All that I told him is straight and true, " said White Bull. In 1932 White Bull (identified as the warrior who killed Custer) related his life story to Vestal, who corroborated the details from other sources and prepared this biography.

In 1932 White Bull related his life story to Stanley Vestal, who corroborated the details, from other sources and prepared this biography. War nowadays is generally regarded with horror and dismay, as a dull, dirty, and dangerous business, bringing intolerable sorrows and burdens upon the world.

Nephew to Sitting Bull, chief of the Sioux, Pte San Hunka (White Bull) was a famous warrior in his own right. He had been on the warpath against whites and other Indians for more than a decade when he fought the greatest battle of his life

Nephew to Sitting Bull, chief of the Sioux, Pte San Hunka (White Bull) was a famous warrior in his own right. He had been on the warpath against whites and other Indians for more than a decade when he fought the greatest battle of his life. On the afternoon of June 25, 1876, five troops of the U. S. Seventh Cavalry under the command of George Armstrong Custer rode into the valley of the Little Big Horn River, confidently expecting to rout the Indian.

Vestal was born Walter Stanley Vestal to Walter Mallory Vestal and the former Isabella "Daisy" Wood near Severy in. American Book Exchange.

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Vishura
This is an excellent book. It gives you one of the only autobiography's of a Sioux Indian warrior. Chief White Bull was a nephew of Chief Sitting Bull and considered one of the great Sioux warriors of that time. Today with the change in historical honesty where the truth is changed to fit modern ideas this book gives you a real insight into what it was like to grow up in a Sioux village and face the dangers of that period. Chief White Bull was one of the men of that tribe that would not hesitate to attack a blood enemy like a Crow or a Blackfoot, man women or child. He would defend his tribe unto death. However, he was generous to his own people in food, clothing and shelter. He had the warrior spirit of great bravery and traveled many thousands of miles to practice the art of the warrior. The art of the warrior was stealing from someone ( not of the Sioux, Cheyenne or Arapahoe tribes ) without being caught and killing without being killed. He had a scalp shirt with many scalps and his lodge held many items obtained from many raids. He gives some great descriptions on the Battle of the Little Big Horn ( the battle did not last longer then it takes a hungry man to eat his meal ) and the Fetterman Massacre where the Indians mainly used bow and arrows. When a party of Sioux went out looking for trouble and ran into a group of travelers not of their tribe those people were going to have a bad day. Kurt Seraphine
Lightbinder
A wonderful story told by a relative of the chief that the biography is about. A great way to get to know this tribe of Indians straight from a reliable source. I think this would be a great book to have in either grammar schools or junior high, to get children to begin to understand the truth that has been ignored for well over 150 years!
Shakanos
Great item and arrived as described.
Kea
A very accurate description of life among the Sioux. A must read for all high school students.
Tekasa
Very good Indian history; well written.
komandante
A true accounting of an Indian Chief of the Sioux tribe. The story is most interesting and educational. It provides a true accounting of life at the time. I would certainly recommend the book.
Qutalan
I read this book years ago and when I found myself in the process of writing the biography of another Sioux man, it rang a bell. In fact, Chief White Bull wasn't one of the most famous and well known Indian chiefs. Opposite, very few knew of his story until this book was published. The author depicts the Sioux Way of life through the personal quest of a warrior, enticing the reader to wish for more. The historical research is accurate and the writing style entertaining. I would recommend it.
It was great to read a book that actually came from the person that lived it; White Bull. He should have been as well known as Sitting Bull and many other warriors, because of his fierce attributes. He was a very brave leader of his people.