|Title:||My People the Sioux|
|Publisher:||The Riverside Press|
|Tags:||America, autobiography, North American indigenous peoples, non-fiction|
An autobiographical account of Luther Standing Bear’s tribe and tribesmen, among the first books about Indians written from the Indian point of view by an Indian. Born in the 1860s, the son of a Lakota chief, Standing Bear was in the first class at Carlisle Indian School, witnessed the Ghost Dance uprising from the Pine Ridge Reservation, toured Europe with Buffalo Bill’s Wild West show, and devoted his later years to the Indian rights movement of the 1920s and 1930s.--goodreads.com. [Suggest a different description.]
Author Bio for Standing Bear, Luther
Luther Standing Bear (December 1868 – February 20, 1939) was an Oglala Lakota chief notable in American history as a Native American author, educator, philosopher, and actor of the twentieth century.--Wikipedia.
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