By The Dawn"s Early Light by Daniel, Kevin O" Brien

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The true story of the demise of the first americans between the years of 1860-1890. a journey from birth to death with Crazy Horse. This brilliantly researched novel charts the battle for land during the above years. O"Brien could be the new Dee Brown.

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Number of Pages344
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Open LibraryOL8534563M
ISBN 101425950418
ISBN 109781425950415

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“Dawn’s Early Light” injects the reader into the pivotal events surrounding the British assault on Washington D.C. Though this volume is a seamless continuation of Lewis’s Pearson saga, the author specifically set the book up to serve equally well as a stand-alone read to satisfy fans fascinated by this misunderstood moment in history.

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