New York: Dell Comics, 1962. [32]p., color illus., wrps. Good Staplebound Wraps Provides an account of encounters between the United States and the Sioux Native Americans. Details the events surrounding Custer's Last Stand and agreements between the federal government and Chief Sitting Bull. The end shows "Indian braves [at] work in factories and on farms just as other citizens of the United States" but warns that "much remains to be done to help the Sioux and all Indians retain their ancient cultures and record their colorful histories. After all, they are the first Americans." The rear wrap provides a brief history of depcitions on Sioux natives and their importance in the American visual vernacular (Item ID: 171429)


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