When the Legends Die

When the Legends Die

Book - 1963
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When his father killed another brave, Thomas Black Bull and his parents sought refuge in the wilderness. There they took up life as it had been in the old days, hunting, fishing and battling for survival. An accident claims his father's life and his mother dies shortly afterwards. Thomas vows never to return to the white man's world.
Publisher: New York : Bantam Books, 1963.
ISBN: 9780553226423
0553226428
9780553257380
0553257382
Characteristics: 216 p. 18 cm.

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RichardPaul
Feb 09, 2011

When the Legends Die ---- by Hal Borland c - 1963 (Read in 1994) ---- A fantastic Story and tale of a young Native American separated from his family and nation. ---- In a very rough turn of fate/plus events in his young life: He became a champion Rodeo Competitor. ---- In a battle with his mount due to a deep seated Emotion - Anger - pushed down and backwards. ---- Until he finally understands his why and how. ---- Quite a story for a 288pg paperback novel. ---- Enjoy! ---- RichardPaul

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