The Wild One Author:Eve Bunting In early western days, the Cheyenne were friendly to white hunters and explorers, who lived in the Indian way and often married Indian women. — Then the white settlers came. They turned Indian hunting lands into farms. With the settlers came the soldiers and their guns, and forts and orders to crush 'the hostiles' of the plains. — By the late 1850... more »'s the Cheyenne, like most western Indians, feared and hated white men. Caught between two worlds were the half-Indian sons and daughters who looked white , like their fathers.
This is the story of one boy, the yellow-haired, blue-eyed son of an artist - and grandson of a proud Cheyenne warrior. He is a white Cheyenne.« less