Surviving wounded knee the lakotas and the politics of memory david w grua a fluid and even handed study of the memory and history of a key indian battle in american history a revisionist account of the most documented indian war in us history. This item surviving wounded knee the lakotas and the politics of memory by david w grua hardcover 2151 only 3 left in stock more on the way ships from and sold by amazoncom. After the work of death ceased at wounded knee the work of memory commenced for the us army and some whites wounded knee was the site where a heroic victory was achieved against the fanatical chief big on december 29 1890 the us. Surviving wounded knee the lakotas and the politics of memory by david w grua michael mclean surviving wounded knee the lakotas and the politics of memory by david w grua to name a few have started to look beyond violent events themselves to examine deeper questions of memory surviving wounded knee is an eloquent and persuasive . This book analyzes the memory politics of the post civil war indian wars with particular emphasis on the event that purportedly ended those contests the wounded knee massacre of 1890 in which the us seventh cavalry killed more than two hundred lakota men women and children ostensibly for their adherence to the ghost dance religion
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