4 edition of Satanta found in the catalog.
by State House Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||235|
Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Satanta: The Great Chief of the Kiowas and His People by Clarence Wharton (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products! Kiowa Chief Satanta In the s and ’70s, one of the best-known Plains Indians was the Kiowa war chief Satanta. In the East, he was seen as the orator of his people, a sort of rustic philosopher who represented them in treaty negotiations, and his observations on Indian-white relations were often repeated in great metropolitan : Historynet Staff.
His face was the last many were to gaze on before their eternal flight. I highly recommend this book to the serious student of Satanta, Satank and Big Tree, or anyone interested in the Warren Wagon Train massacre, the first battle of Adobe Walls, and the Kiowa of the s in I.T. and Texas. Satanta's life and death sadly reflected the demise Cited by: 1. Jeanette Crump has 1, books on Goodreads, and is currently reading The Sinner by J.R. Ward, A Touch of Midnight by Lara Adrian, and The Descent Series.
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If you enjoy reading about the Kiowa tribe you'll love this book. It provides an interesting insight into the life of Chief Satanta (White Bear), his family and all those involved trying to bring peace between the Kiowas and the white man.
It is also very informative about the Native Indian culture. My fastest read yet!Cited by: 1. The Paperback of the Satanta: The Life and Death of a War Chief by Charles M. Robinson III at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more. Due to COVID, orders may be delayed.
Thank you for your : State House/McWhiney Foundation Press. Satanta: The Great Chief Of The Kiowas And His People Paperback – Septem by Clarence Wharton (Author)Author: Clarence Wharton.
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We specialise in collectable rare first edition photography and fiction books. In the New York Times wrote that "in cunning or native diplomacy Satanta has no equal in boldness, daring and merciless cruelty." Even inhowever, the Times was able to admit that there are "good points in this dusky chieftain which command admiration." Here at last is a Price: $ From Satanta's birth ca.
to his ignominious death in a Texas prison inaward-winning biographer Charles M. Robinson III deals with Satanta, as both legend and man, within the context, heritage, and history of the Kiowa culture as it came face-to.
Satanta and the Kiowas Hardcover – January 1, by F Stanley (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ — $ Hardcover $ Author: F Stanley.
Format: Hardcover The two main characters in this book--Kiowa Chief Satanta and a year-old grandmother (Adrianne Chastain)--are based on real people.
We come to know them through great dialog and well-researched, well-written descriptive passages that can stand alone but are important to developing the story and its characters/5(14). Satanta attempted to prevent the demise of Kiowa sovereignty and proved willing to use both diplomacy and warfare as means to secure his ends.
He rose to prominence in a fashion common among plains tribes: through success in martial exploits. On Monday, MarchSatanta Grade School students celebrated both Dr. Suess Day and Read Across America Day with a variety of activities.
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Setanta also publishes contemporary and fine art photography books with a. Known to his people as Set-Tainte, meaning “White Bear Person,” Satanta was a great Kiowa warrior who would later become the principal chief in the Kiowa Wars of the ss and was known as “The Orator of the Plains.”.
He was born aboutduring the height of the power of the Plains Tribes, probably along the Canadian River in the traditional winter campgrounds of his people. In his book, the History of Texas, Clarance Wharton reports of Satanta in prison After he was returned to the penitentiary inhe saw no hope of escape.
For a while he was worked on a chain gang which helped to build the M.K. & T. ality: Kiowa. SATANTA. 1, likes 70 talking about this.
HP: mail:[email protected]: K. It was during the War Between the States that the Comanches and Kiowas decided to rid their land of invaders forever. War chief of the Kiowa, Satanta, has set his sights on Adrianne Chastain.
Much of Adrianne's family is killed in the raid that follows, 4/5. Satanta’s Woman by Cynthia Haseloff is the story of a frontier woman who is kidnapped by the Kiowa Indians along with her two young granddaughters. One of the children stays with her and is 4/5(1). Let me further state that this book is not for the squeamish – the level of violence depicted is high and often graphic.
That said, if you’re up to a compelling tale with a strong and unexpected love story, set against a heartbreaking conflict, I urge you to find and read a copy of Satanta’s Woman. Satanta wants her to become a true Kiowa woman and one of his wives, a woman who loves him. How these two, a brutal war chief and a Christian gentlewoman, do come to love one another is an incredible story--as is the spiritual and emotional journey Adrianne experiences while living among the Kiowa.4/5(1).
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Longlisted for the Independent Foreign Fiction Prize in but it was the cover that caught my attention as I browsed in a book /5().Satanta's exploits earned him the right to represent the Kiowas at the Medicine Lodge Treaty council in Kansas in October In spite of the success of their raids, Satanta and the elderly chief who accompanied him, Satank (Sitting Bear), both realized that the Kiowas were in deep trouble.