Read the captivating true story of a female Native American leader and
warrior called Woman Chief.
Experience Native American life with the Crow woman who
bravely lived and fought in Western America during the 1800s.
A great hunter, a fearless warrior and a devoted friend, Woman
Chief hunted buffalo, fought enemies and stole horses -- all for the good of her tribe. A quick learner and clever businesswoman, she not only participated in tribal councils, but traded furs and other goods with American, English and French trappers.
Rich in both details and drama, this true story of Woman War Chief
transports the reader back into the early 1800s, living among the River
Crow. You'll learn how a precocious female captive struggled to become a warrior instead of a lodge woman, who
succeeded in becoming a leader among the same people who took
Quality research and engaging story telling, along with maps, glossary and index, make this story of Woman
Chief both entertaining and informative.