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The Buffalo Hunters is interesting enough to keep the reader engaged from beginning to end, though it does tend to get bogged down with excessive . Mari Sandoz was an authority on the white settlement of the Great Plains.
Mari Sandoz was an authority on the white settlement of the Great Plains.
I love Mari Sandoz books, even though her history can be a little "off"
I love Mari Sandoz books, even though her history can be a little "off". She based her books on stories she heard as a child sitting behind the wood stove when they thought she was in bed. Like oral stories told everywhere, which are different with each telling as the story teller "colors" the tale in the telling, the accrue some inaccuracies.
If you want to read one book about the buffalo hunters, this is it. 0. Report.
The Buffalo Hunters book. By the end of the 1880s that figure had dwindled to a few hundred.
Three other books of her Great Plains series, The Buffalo Hunters (1954), one of her best known, and The Cattlemen (1958) and The Beaver Men (1964) each develop the history of the West in relation to an animal species. Sandoz liked to encourage other writers.
1975) A non fiction book by Mari Sandoz. In 1867 the total number of buffaloes in the trans-Missouri region was conservatively estimated at fifteen million. Used availability for Mari Sandoz's The Buffalo Hunters.
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Mari Sandoz Heritage Society, Lincoln, Nebraska. Because she tells the truth of the genocide of the Natives and the Buffalo and the West - 'Buffalo Hunters', again, is almost too painful to read - she is ignored, marginalized by the New York know-it-alls, who systematically trivialize the West and western literature and culture. They don't seem to know or like those of us born and bred here in the Buffalo Plains who tell the real story of America.
Published by NY: Hastings, 1954. Book Condition: Very Good. Business established in 1987. Inventory includes 9,000 to 10,000 old, used, out-of-print and rare hardback books-some trade paperbacks
Published by NY: Hastings, 1954. Condition: Very Good Hardcover. From Shirley K. Mapes, Books (Omaha, NE, . Price: US$ 4. 0 Convert Currency. Inventory includes 9,000 to 10,000 old, used, out-of-print and rare hardback books-some trade paperbacks. Approximately 1500 are children's books. The rest include history, literature, arts, sciences, religion, cookbooks, nature, gardening, etc.
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