CHIPPEWA TRAIL by David Cory

CHIPPEWA TRAIL

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KIRKUS REVIEW

It is puzzling the way that David Cory continues to turn out books that still bear the mark of the amateur, but that go on the basis of excellent content. This is a story of two Sioux Indian lads, living at the juncture of the Mississippi and Minnesota Rivers, early in the days when the ""Great White Father"" was beginning to attempt to bring peace between one tribe and another. There is first rate data on life and customs and point of view, with adventure in the plot set afoot by a renegade Sioux to bring disfavor on the stepson of the Sioux chief.

Publisher: Grosset & Dunlap