Dee Brown's "Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee"

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Dee Brown's book, Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee. This non-fiction story takes place in the West of America in the late 1800's, from the point of view of an American Indian. This story explains in a straight forward way that the white men of our own country were murderers. It's about over the course of thirty years what happens to the culture of native American Indians and what causes it to fade. Bury My …

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…how brutal and rough it was, is a good book but not my type of book. It was hard to understand everything that happened. This book is about one of United States major events of history. Reading this book makes me ashamed of how us Americans treated other people of the American land so cruel. After reading this book, I do give a lot more respect to the Native Americans than I really did before.