Sitting Bull: The Story of Our Nation from Coast to Coast, from 1840 To 1890

Sitting Bull: The Story of Our Nation from Coast to Coast, from 1840 To 1890

by Sally Senzell Isaacs


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Journey out West to see how cowboys, cattle ranchers, and Native Americans shared the last days of America's frontier. Meet the tribes who were forced from their lands onto reservations. This book tells all about life during the time of Sitting Bull.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781575729404
Publisher: Capstone Press
Publication date: 11/28/1999
Series: America in the Time of
Pages: 48
Product dimensions: 8.40(w) x 10.90(h) x 0.10(d)
Age Range: 9 - 12 Years

Table of Contents

About This Book4
The United States of America--Map4
Permanent Indian Country 1840 to 18456
Settlers Passing Through 1840 to 18608
Claiming the Land 1860 to 187010
Cattle Drives 1860 to 187012
A Cowboy's Life 1860-187014
Impossible Peace 1860 to 187016
The Railroad Town 1870 to 187518
Homeland in the Black Hills 1874 to 187620
Battle at Little Bighorn June 187622
"I Am Tired of Fighting" 1877 to 189624
America's 100th Birthday 1876 to 188226
The Wild West Show 1880 to 188928
Death of a Dream 1887 to 189030
The Cattle Ranch 1885 to 189032
A Frontier Town 1885 to 189034
Outlaws and Lawmen 1870 to 189036
The Rush for Land 1885 to 189038
Hopeful Immigrants 1881 to 189040
Historical Map of America42
Famous People of the Time44
Important Dates and Events44
Historical Fiction to Read47
Places to Visit47

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