Dreamers -- On the Trail of the Nez Perce

Subject: History: U.S.: Northwest  
Grade Level:  High School & above
Catalog #  HIST25052
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Author: Martin Stadius
Binding:  Cloth  
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Travel with Martin Stadius as he searches for answers to a story that begins on the shores of Oregon's beautiful Wallowa Lake and ends in the wind-swept, barren hills at Bears Paw, Montana. Stadius tells the story of the Nez Perce people-the Nee-Me-Poo. In 1877 the "Dreamer" (non-Christian) faction of the tribe, under pressure from land-hungry whites to move to a reservation, fled their homeland in eastern Oregon and central Idaho. During the next three months, Nee-Me-Poo warriors, seldom numbering more than 100, handed the United States Army some of the worst defeats in its history.

6x9, hardcover, 450 pages, maps, photos, index, bibliography.







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