Warpath: The True Story of the Fighting Sioux Told in a Biography of Chief White Bull

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WARPATH
The True Story of the Fighting Sioux Told in a Biography of Chief White Bull

BY
STANLEY VESTAL

With Illustrations

Foreword by Raymond J. DeMallie

University of Nebraska Press Lincoln and London

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  • Title Page iii
  • Foreword v
  • Notes xxii
  • Preface xxv
  • Acknowledgments xxix
  • Contents xxxi
  • Illustrations xxxiii
  • Part I - The Training of a Warrior 1849-1865 1
  • Chapter I - The Son of a Chief 3
  • Chapter II - Captive Butte 9
  • Chapter III - Ree Horse-Race 18
  • Chapter IV - Eight Are Killed 27
  • Part II - On the Warpath 1865-1876 37
  • Chapter V - First in War 39
  • Chapter VI - One-Hundred-White-Men-Killed 50
  • Chapter VII - The Wagon-Box Fight 70
  • Chapter VIII - Sun Dance 84
  • Chapter IX - Fetches-The-Woman is Punished 98
  • Chapter X The Bull in the Snow 108
  • Chapter XI - The Fight with the Flatheads 117
  • Chapter XII - The Jealous Wife 125
  • Chapter XIII - Bullet-Proof 131
  • Chapter XIV - Tails for Moccasins 145
  • Chapter XV - Fighting-In-Trenches 154
  • Chapter XVI - White Bull Thinks of His Mother 163
  • Chapter XVII - Crow Horse 169
  • Chapter XVIII - Colonel Reynolds Attacks 177
  • Chapter XIX - The 'three Stars' Battle on the Rosebud 185
  • Chapter XX - Long Hair Custer is Killed 191
  • Chapter XXI - White Deer is Rescued 206
  • Chapter XXII - Surrender 217
  • Part III - The White Man's Road 1876-1933 229
  • Chapter XXIV - White Bull Captures the Utes 243
  • Chapter XXV - The Happiest Day 251
  • Appendix 257
  • Bibliography 275
  • Index 277
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