A Doctor among the Oglala Sioux Tribe: The Letters of Robert H. Ruby, 1953-1954

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A Doctor among
the Oglala Sioux Tribe
The Letters of Robert H. Ruby, 1953–1954

Robert H. Ruby | Edited and with an introduction by Cary C. Collins and Charles V. Mutschler

University of Nebraska Press | Lincoln & London

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Illustrations vi
  • Maps vii
  • Figures viii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Introduction - The Deadliest War xi
  • One - August 1953 1
  • Two - September 1953 22
  • Three - October 1953 35
  • Four - November 1953 49
  • Five - December 1953 67
  • Six - January 1954 78
  • Seven - February 1954 100
  • Eight - March 1954 132
  • Nine - April 1954 154
  • Ten - May 1954 174
  • Eleven - June 1954 204
  • Twelve - July 1954 220
  • Thirteen - August 1954 243
  • Fourteen - September 1954 274
  • Fifteen - October 1954 300
  • Sixteen - November 1954 313
  • Seventeen - December 1954 320
  • Editors’ Postscript 324
  • Appendix 327
  • Notes 329
  • Bibliography 345
  • Index 351
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