Heritage Of An Indian Boy (Hardcover)
Orphaned soon after birth, raised by his gandmother and uncle, he learned all the ways of the tree-dwelling Sioux. At age 4 his band was forced to flee into Canada across the wide Missouri in rawhide bull-boats, and later in northern Minnesota. Readers will be enthralled by this real-life saga of Ohiyesa from his birth to the age of fifteen, learning games and sports, scouting, hunting and becoming a responsible member of the Santee Sioux. Read about adventures with his uncle, the annual midsummer feast, evenings in the lodge, life in the deep woods and much more. This book, "Heritage Of An Indian Boy", is packed wirh true adventure, perils and successes of Indian boyhood.