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Where the buffalo roam / [large print] Michael Zimmer.

By: Zimmer, Michael.
Publisher: Waterville, Maine : Wheeler Publishing, a part of Gale, Cengage Learning, 2017. ©1999Description: 679 p. (large print) ; 22 cm.ISBN: 9781410496683 .Report number: BN-Summer 18Subject(s): Indian captivities -- FictionGenre/Form: Western stories. | Western fiction. | Large type books.Summary: Born a slave on an east Texas cotton plantation, Clay Little Bull was captured by the Kiowa as a child. At the age of twenty, he left the only home he'd known in search of freedom. An outcast among whites, blacks, and Indians, Clay came face to face with the hypocrisy and lawlessness that ruled the West and drew first blood escaping from a band of Kansas slave hunters. With every mile he traveled, Clay moved closer to a truth he was born with: freedom isn't found in a place or a people, but in a man's willingness to love, fight, and die.
List(s) this item appears in: 2018 LARGE PRINT Summer Catalog | 2018 Western selections | 2018 Summer Catalog
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Born a slave on an east Texas cotton plantation, Clay Little Bull was captured by the Kiowa as a child. At the age of twenty, he left the only home he'd known in search of freedom. An outcast among whites, blacks, and Indians, Clay came face to face with the hypocrisy and lawlessness that ruled the West and drew first blood escaping from a band of Kansas slave hunters. With every mile he traveled, Clay moved closer to a truth he was born with: freedom isn't found in a place or a people, but in a man's willingness to love, fight, and die.

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