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Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee: An Indian History of the American West, by Dee Brown

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Dee Brown takes the reader on a thorough and quite disheartening journey through the military and political journey to settle the Western frontier of the United States of America. 1,312 more words

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'Bury My Heart At Wounded Knee' by Dee Brown

‘The American West, 1860-90: years of broken promises, disillusionment, war and massacre.
Beginning with the Long Walk of the Navajos and ending with the massacre of the Sioux at Wounded Knee, this extraordinary book tells how the American Indians lost their land, lives and liberty to white settlers pushing westward.
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Central to Creativity - Dee Brown

Dorris Alexander (Dee) Brown was born in 1908 in Louisiana.  After spending time in Stephens, Arkansas, his family relocated to Little Rock.

He lived more than half his life in Arkansas and, beginning as a teenager, wrote continuously for publication.  224 more words


Pirate Dee Brown Takes Coaching Job at UIC

Wednesday, August 30, 2017 || By Local News Curator || @maywoodnews

Featured image: Dee Brown during his Illini playing days. | Getty Images 

Proviso East Pirate and University of Illinois basketball standout Dee Brown has taken a job as an assistant coach at the University of Illinois at Chicago, according to multiple reports. 239 more words


Dee Brown's book, "Bury my Heart at Wounded Knee"

“We rarely know the full power of words, in print or spoken.  It is my hope that time has not dulled the words herein and that they will continue through the coming generation to be as true and direct as I originally meant them to be.”  -Dee Brown in the forward to his 2001 edition of “Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee” which he first wrote and published in 1971.   289 more words


Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee by Dee Brown Hampton Sides

Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee by Dee Brown, Hampton Sides, No. 1 bestselling book of New York Times Best Sellers. A biography of the influential Sioux leader Red Cloud examines his military prowess and the Plains Indians’ changing way of life. 1,695 more words

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