Chief left hand southern arapaho civilization of the american indian series margaret coel on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers this is the first biography of chief left hand diplomat linguist and legendary of the plains indians working from government reports. Nawat nawat left hand the principal chief of the southern arapaho since the death of little raven in 1889 he was born about 1840 and because noted as a warrior and buffalo hunter taking active part in the western border wars until the treaty of medicine lodge in 1867 since which time his people as a tribe have remained at peace with the whites. The arapaho indians a research guide and bibliography bibliographies and indexes in anthropology no 4 by zdenek salzmann hardcover april 1988 adaline falling star by mary pope osborne hardcover chief left hand southern arapaho civilization of the american indian vol 159 by margaret coel. An extremely well written historical account of the life of chief left hand one of the most famous indians of the plains margaret coel traces the southern arapahos migration to the plains the last half of the 1700s chief left hand tried for his entire life to live in peace with the white man
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