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Series: Native American Leaders of the Wild West

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Chief Joseph, Nez Perce warrior by William R. Sanford
Crazy Horse: Sioux Warrior by William R. Sanford
Geronimo, Apache warrior by William R. Sanford
Osceola: Seminole Warrior (Native American Leaders of the Wild West) by William R. Sanford
Quanah Parker: Comanche Warrior (Native American Leaders of the Wild West) by William R. Sanford
Red Cloud, Sioux warrior by William R. Sanford
Sacagawea: Native American Hero (Sanford, William R. Legendary Heroes of the Wild West.) by William R. Sanford
Sitting Bull: Warrior of the Sioux by Jane Fleischer

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This entire series seems to be reissued as Native American Chiefs and Warriors. The books have different titles, eg. Red Cloud, Sioux Warrior is replaced by Oglala Lakota Chief Red Cloud with a similar cover and the same table of contents. It is unknown if the contents has otherwise been revised.

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