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Inkpaduta- - Sitting Bull's PRedecessor
terror of the Dakota frontier and secret hero of the Sioux
by Maxwell Van Nuys.

Published 1998 by M. Van Nuys in Denver, CO .
Written in English.

About the Book

INKPADUTA – Sitting Bull’s Predecessor

Read about the most controversial Sioux Indian who was the first to kill white western frontier settlers five years before the Sioux slaughtered 400 settlers during the Civil War and who, in five battles in North Dakota frustrated Generals Sibley and Sully sent to punish the Sioux with the largest army ever sent by the U.S. against Indians.

Of all the “Fighting Sioux” for whom the North Dakota football team is named, none fought harder nor was hated more by whites than Inkpaduta, who also helped defeat Custer at the Little Bighorn and was never captured.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 453-459) and index.
Maps of battles of the Dakota Territory Indian wars on end papers.
Cover illustration by James Van Nuys.

Other Titles
Inkpaduta, Scarlet Point, Terror of the Dakota frontier and secret hero of the Sioux, Secret hero of the Sioux


Dewey Decimal Class
978/.0049752/0092, B
Library of Congress
E99.D1 I358 1998

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vii, 479 p. :
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