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- DescriptionExamining Raymond Yellow Thunders death at the hands of four white men in 1972, this title looks deep into the past that gave rise to the tragedy. It recounts the largely forgotten struggles of American Indian Movement activist Bob Yellow Bird and tells the story of Whiteclay, Nebraska, and the controversial border hamlet.
- Author BiographyA native of Omaha and a graduate of the University of Nebraska Lincoln, Stew Magnuson is a Washington, D.C. based journalist and former foreign correspondent who has filed stories from Mali, Japan, Cambodia, Burma, Laos, Thailand, and Indonesia. He has traveled or lived in forty-five countries, including the Islamic Republic of Mauritania, where he served in the Peace Corps, and Peshawar, Pakistan, where he worked with Afghan refugees in the late 1980s. He lives in Arlington, Virginia.Pekka Hamalainen is associate professor of history at the University of California, Santa Barbara, and specializes in borderlands and Native American history. He is the author of The Comanche Empire.
- Author(s)Stew Magnuson
- PublisherTexas Tech Press,U.S.
- Date of Publication15/08/2008
- GenreTrue Stories
- Series TitlePlains Histories
- Place of PublicationTexas
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintTexas Tech Press,U.S.
- Content Note15 B/W photos, 1 map
- Foreword byPekka Hymylyinen
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