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    read å eBook or Kindle ePUB Å Daniel J. Sharfstein Daniel J. Sharfstein Å 3 characters E–pub/E–book (Thunder in the Mountains) “Over time the impact of sharing his story became fully apparent to Nez Perce warrior Yellow Wolf He saw how the summer of 1877 had been remembered – primarily by white settlers and government officials – and connected it to real conseuences in the present ‘Nobody to help us tell our side – the whites told only one side’ he said to farmer and amateur historian Lucullus McWhorter ‘Told it to please themselves Told muc

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    E–pub/E–book (Thunder in the Mountains) I will be thinking about these two men for a long time Chief Joseph and Oliver Otis Howard Each had life goals of protecting their people but had an appreciation for the rights of others and tried within the limited social remedies of their time and place to rectify ineuities imposed on others At a minimum they allowed their own thinking to b

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    E–pub/E–book (Thunder in the Mountains) Daniel J Sharfstein's new book Thunder in the Mountains offers an engrossing full blooded account of the Nez Perce War and its protagonists Sharfstein's book evokes this most intriguing of Indian conflicts with narrative verve recounting the Nez Perce's epic journey across the West its constant improbable victories over pursuing A

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    E–pub/E–book (Thunder in the Mountains) free download Thunder in the Mountains This book is about the men involved in the in the Nez Perce War than the conflict and epic trek of the tribe under Chief Joseph It is still a good read on the plight of the Nez Perce in the Pacific Northwest

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    E–pub/E–book (Thunder in the Mountains) Daniel J. Sharfstein Å 3 characters read å eBook or Kindle ePUB Å Daniel J. Sharfstein This book by Daniel Sharfstein is well researched and written The author has a writing style that makes the subject engaging and read less like a history rescitation and like a story The subtitle of Chief Joseph Oliver Otis Howard an

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    E–pub/E–book (Thunder in the Mountains) The beginning and last third of the book were fantastic especially the deep analysis of Chief Joseph's remarkable advocacy for the legal rights of his people The middle part which is basically a play by play of the long flight of the

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    E–pub/E–book (Thunder in the Mountains) Daniel J. Sharfstein Å 3 characters free download Thunder in the Mountains Pros This is a very well written book It is easy to read and enjoyableCons It almost reads as a historical novel as compared to a history I don't know how much of the narrative comes from uotes made after the fact there isn't enough

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    E–pub/E–book (Thunder in the Mountains) The author has done an excellent job in recreating what took place when the government decided to relocate the Nez Perce Tribe He first gives you back ground on General Howard on some of his failures after the Civil War when he was in charge of reconstruction Because of those in the East he was sent to command the North Pacific whic

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    E–pub/E–book (Thunder in the Mountains) Daniel J. Sharfstein Å 3 characters read å eBook or Kindle ePUB Å Daniel J. Sharfstein For an abolitionist who was a founder of Howard University and the head of the Freedmen's Bureau to be in charge of the military campaign against the Nez Perce Indians is a sad irony For a former Civil War general whose military skil

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    E–pub/E–book (Thunder in the Mountains) Daniel J. Sharfstein Å 3 characters This is an historic work of nonfiction set in the post civil war era where the American army and General Oliver Otis Howard attempts to conuer the area of the western Rockies which is inhabited by a nomadic tribe of American Indians known as Nez Perce The tribe has several warrior chiefs but the one most remembered and the one who used every conceivable method to save the land of his forbears for his sons and

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review Thunder in the Mountains Ó eBook or Kindle ePUB Oliver Otis Howard thought he was a man of destiny Chosen to lead the Freedmen’s Bureau after the Civil War the Union Army general was entrusted with the era’s most crucial task helping millions of former slaves claim the rights of citizens He was energized by the belief that abolition and Reconstruction the country’s great struggles for liberty and euality were God’s plan for himself and the nation To honor his righteous commitment to a new American freedom Howard University was named for himBut as the nation’s politics curdled in the 1870s General Howard exiled himself from Washington DC rejoined the army and was sent across the continent to command forces in the Pacific Northwest Shattered by Reconstruction’s. Daniel J Sharfstein s new book Thunder in the Mountains offers an engrossing full blooded account of the Nez Perce War and its protagonists Sharfstein s book evokes this most intriguing of Indian conflicts with narrative verve recounting the Nez Perce s epic journey across the West its constant improbable victories over pursuing American troops the infighting and indecision among its chiefs and its ultimate downfall Yet than that Sharfstein provides a fascinating treatment of his protagonists Oliver O Howard the Civil War general Freedman s Bureau director and civil rights advocate who found his idealism eroding into imperialist war making which Sharfstein grandly but not unfairly conceives as a metaphor for America s loss of racial enlightenment in the post Civil War era and Chief Joseph who became a stand in for the doomed but noble Native American who fought the white as long as he could then grudgingly assimilated into white culture A grand historical tragedy cast in epic style

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review Thunder in the Mountains Ó eBook or Kindle ePUB And unforgiving Northern Rockies An odyssey and a tragedy their devastating war transfixed the nation and immortalized Chief Joseph as a hero to generations of AmericansRecreating the Nez Perce War through the voices of its survivors Daniel J Sharfstein’s visionary history of the West casts Howard’s turn away from civil rights alongside the nation’s rejection of racial euality and embrace of empire The conflict becomes a pivotal struggle over who gets to claim the American dream a battle of ideas about the meaning of freedom and euality the mechanics of American power and the limits of what the government can and should do for its people The war that Howard and Joseph fought is one that Americans continue to fight tod. The author has done an excellent job in recreating what took place when the government decided to relocate the Nez Perce Tribe He first gives you back ground on General Howard on some of his failures after the Civil War when he was in charge of reconstruction Because of those in the East he was sent to command the North Pacific which would put him in direct line with this Tribe and with Chief Joseph What we learned in school so many years ago is nothing to what you will gather in this book The author takes you through each character which at first seems long but he has a point because there comes a time when they all will come together From the first time General Howard meets Chief Joseph he is amassed that he and his brother speak and understand English so well Later when they are making their arguments to the General about the rules of a man needing to be followed it is like the General and his men around him don t understand what they are talking about After years of living together finally an Indian is killed by a settler mainly because he is scared and the General does nothing after they had brought an Indian from their tribe who was guilty of a crime The Chief wanted the white man punished by the same rules as the man from his tribe but nothing happened to the settler When he was killed Chief Joseph said it could have been stopped if you would have followed same rules for the white man Then the General came back and wanted to move the Tribe in order to ease tension Chief Joseph said no move the white for his Tribe had been there for many many years and even helped Lewi and Clark President Jefferson thanked his grandfather and so not only is his tribe tied to this land but tied to the country The General of course said no and from June of 1877 to Oct 1877 he led them in a series of battles until finally surrendering The Nez Perce were finally sent to what now is Oklahoma and after years of going to Washington Chief Joseph was finally able to get the Tribe moved back to the Northwest even though it was not their original land You also see the General Sherman had a lot to do with how the Native American s were treated so poorly Over all a good book I got this book from Netgalleycom I gave it 5 stars Follow us at www1rad readerreviewscom

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review Thunder in the Mountains Ó eBook or Kindle ePUB Collapse he assumed a new mission forcing Native Americans to become Christian farmers on government reservationsHoward’s plans for redemption in the West ran headlong into the resistance of Chief Joseph a young Nez Perce leader in northeastern Oregon who refused to leave his ancestral land Claiming eual rights for Native Americans Joseph was determined to find his way to the center of American power and convince the government to acknowledge his people’s humanity and capacity for citizenship Although his words echoed the very ideas about liberty and euality that Howard had championed during Reconstruction in the summer of 1877 the general and his troops ruthlessly pursued hundreds of Nez Perce families through the stark. This book is about the men involved in the in the Nez Perce War than the conflict and epic trek of the tribe under Chief Joseph It is still a good read on the plight of the Nez Perce in the Pacific Northwest

  • Hardcover
  • 640
  • Thunder in the Mountains
  • Daniel J. Sharfstein
  • en
  • 16 October 2019
  • 9780393239416