Brave Eagle grows to manhood amid the constant changes and turmoil on the Plains. Now, in a world full of choices, Brave Eagle must make many decisions, some for his very survival. This was a time of exploration, discovery, and settlement in the West, intervention and treaties with the U. S. Government, leadership issues between the peace chief Black Kettle and the war leader Roman Nose, the Dog Soldiers, the Sand Creek Massacre, the Massacre at Washita. Was Brave Eagle to be a man of war or a man of peace? Was he to be a fierce frightening warrior or wise peacemaker? Could he learn to adapt to the white man’s world, or would he be able to hold on to the rich traditions of the grandfathers?
In the middle 1800’s, the white man’s world collides with the world of the Native Americans. How would this affect the people of the Plains? Where could this life journey take Brave Eagle?
Brave Eagle is free to chase the buffalo, dance with the spirits, soar with the eagles until the white men come to change life on the Plains. Find out if he can hold on to the rich traditions of the grandfathers.
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“I read your book over the weekend…couldn’t put it down…great book…be proud,” Susie Largent.
“Kathleen’s book has such attention to the most minute details, and the reader feels he or she is in
every scene, experiencing the joys, pain, and heartache that Brave Eagle and his family encounter.
I definitely recommend that people buy and read the book,” Sandy Kraft.