Crazy Horse and Custer: The Parallel Lives of Two American Warriors - Study Guide Intro & First 4 Chapters Summary & Analysis

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At the very beginning of the book there are three separate pieces of introductory material. The first is a list of photographs, the second a set of maps. These help readers to understand how to put the work into context.

The introduction gives a synopsis of the two warriors this book is dedicated to. The author reveals some striking similarities in addition to some profound differences.

What follows is some description of the Midwestern plains. The region is rather vast, with more desert-like regions to the Southwest, running on North to South over fifteen hundred miles. East to West the range at the time was similar. There was a great deal of forest in the Eastern to middle part of this terrain. Further West are the world famous plains where there were hardly any trees, tall natural grasses and herds of...

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