An indian raised in the white man's world, Touch The Sky never forgot the kindness of the settlers, and tried to help them whenever possible. But an old friend'srequest to negotiate a treaty between the Cheyenne and gold miners brought the young brave face-to-face with a cunning warrior. If Touch the Sky could't defeat his new enemy, the territory would never again be safe for pioneers.
Once, mighty herds of buffalo blackeneded the plains, providing the Cheyenne with food, clothing and skins for shelter. Then the white hunters appeared and the slaughter began. Still, a few pockets of the magnificent beasts remained , and Touch The Sky swore he would protect them. But Cheyenne lands were about to be invaded by two hundred veteran mountain men and indian killers, bent on wiping out the remaining buffalo-and anyone who stood in their way.
One man's heroic search for a world he could call his own.
Two stories in one