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From Where the Sun now Stands by Will Henry

From Where the Sun now Stands

by Will Henry

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Five-time Winner of the Spur Award Surely one of the most dramatic campaigns of the Indian wars was also one of the last Chief Joseph. Here, with the understanding and insight that only Will Henry could bring to it, is the Spur Award-winning novel of those 113 days in the summer of 1877 when Chief Joseph reluctantly led his people in a rear-guard action from the Nez Perce reservation in Oregon to Montana, across more than one thousand miles of trackless country. Here is a saga of loyalty and treachery, tragedy and triumph, a masterful achievement from the one and only Will Henry.

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Story of the Nez Perce campaign of 1877 and the tribal retreat under the great chief Joseph, as told by a 17-year-old Indian warrior.

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