Book Reviews of Sioux Dawn (Plainsmen)

Sioux Dawn (Plainsmen)
Sioux Dawn - Plainsmen
Author: Terry Johnston
ISBN-13: 9780312921002
ISBN-10: 0312921004
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3.6 stars, based on 4 ratings
Publisher: St Martins Press
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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More history of the West and the Indian Wars.
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Excellent Historical account of the Fetterman Massacre, 1866.
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Johnston's (Titus Bass trilogy) historical novel focuses on the Indian Wars of the latter half of the 19th century. Hero Seamus Donegan is an outsider from Ireland who transcends unjust charges of cowardice to earn the respect and admiration of his comrades-in-arms as they struggle to establish a fort in hostile Sioux country. His heart as big as Montana, Donegan is the only likable character in this strangely schizophrenic chronicle, in which the author's allegiance switches confusingly between the white man and the red man.