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In the Spirit of Crazy Horse


On a hot June morning in 1975, a shoot-out between FBI agents and American Indians erupted on a reservation near Wounded Knee in South Dakota. Two ... Show synopsis

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  • great information about the American Indian Apr 8, 2010
    by timujinn

    In The Spirit of Crazy Horse deals with the governments continuing war against the native peoples. Leonard Pelitier was part of AIM and worked to help the people on the reservation much to the dismay of the FBI and pro government tribal president. The book covers many of the events which took place during the Wounded Knee uprising. Leonard and several other members of the American Indian Movement were charged with in the death of an indian and several FBI agents.
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  • Crazy Horse + the truth= Today Oct 20, 2008
    by Mydia18

    This book is not specifically about Crazy Horse but about the history of a people through the courts of the United States. It takes you on a historical account of the American Indian Movement. If you are looking for early indian accounts then this book is not for you. This book starts in the early 19th century but quickly jumps to the 20th century. Still a great book to read and gives you a different perspective through the courts.

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