Dovetails in Tall Grass

Dovetails in Tall Grass

Author: Samantha Specks

Publisher: She Writes Press

ISBN: 9781684630943

Category: Fiction

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As war overtakes the frontier, Emma’s family farmstead is attacked by Dakota-Sioux warriors; on that same prairie, Oenikika desperately tries to hold on to her calling as a healer and follow the orders of her father, Chief Little Crow. When the war is over and revenge-fueled war trials begin, each young woman is faced with an impossible choice. In a swiftly changing world, both Emma and Oenikika must look deep within and fight for the truth of their convictions—even as horror and injustice unfolds all around them. Inspired by the true story of the thirty-eight Dakota-Sioux men hanged in Minnesota in 1862—the largest mass execution in US history—Dovetails in Tall Grass is a powerful tale of two young women connected by the fate of one man.
Dovetails in Tall Grass
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Pages:
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Type: BOOK - Published: 2021-08-24 - Publisher: She Writes Press

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