INJUN BLOOD by Berd Cloos

INJUN BLOOD

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KIRKUS REVIEW

John Smith went to the White Man's schools. He practices the White Man's law and lives the While Man's life. But in his stream of streams, it's the Injun Blood of his Sioux mother that flows thickest. It takes nearness to death, the vicissitudes of a wagon train of sellers, and ""a wild, unbroken colt"" named Honey Boyd to make him see this.... brave breaks the stocky pattern of Indian delineation; but that's all.

Pub Date: Feb. 4th, 1962
Publisher: Macmillan