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Bad River Boys: A Meeting of the Lakota Sioux with Lewis and Clark
Virginia Driving Hawk Sneve (au); Bill Farnsworth (il)
Much has been written about the 1803-1806 Lewis and Clark Expedition, but few authors have considered the effect the Corps of Discovery had on the Native Americans already inhabiting the “uncharted” territory. Basing her story on actual events noted by William Clark, Virginia Sneve tells a fictional account of an encounter from the point of view of three young Lakota boys. Her story explores the wariness and misunderstanding each side met and the crises that ensued. These events are depicted dramatically in both the text and Bill Farnsworth’s elegant full-color, vibrant illustrations, resulting in a collaboration that offers a unique and thought-provoking view of one of the most famous expeditions in U.S. history. Reinforced binding.
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