They Never Surrendered
The Lakota Sioux Band That Stayed in CanadaBook - 2009 | Second edition revised
After the defeat of Custer at the Battle of the Little Big Horn, June, 1876, thousands of Lakota Sioux went to Canada to escape the American army. Their leaders included Sitting Bull, Four Horns and the two famous Lakota chiefs with the name "Black Moon". Most returned to American reservations within 5 years; but 250 stayed in Canada where their descendants live today. This is their story.
Publisher: La Verge, Tenn. : R.J. Papandrea, c2009
Edition: Second edition revised
Branch Call Number: 970.3 D13P2t
Characteristics: 50 pages,  leaves : illustrations, maps ; 27 cm