Summary Of Rasquo's Coyote Warrior

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Eric Henkel Paul Vandevelder’s Coyote Warrior is a shocking account of how the United States government failed to follow through on promise after promise. The shortcomings of the federal government were unconstitutional and, more importantly, they nearly led to the extinction of the Mandan, Hidatsa, and Arikara Indian nations. The book is testimony to the fact that just because we live in a land of law and order does not mean we always fall under an umbrella of protection. In the case of Mr. Raymond Cross and the Three Affiliated Tribes it becomes apparent that sometimes we must stand up to the federal government and force them to adhere to the laws they created. Vandevelder’s book chronicles the history of European

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