Crazy Horse and Custer: The Parallel Lives of Two American Warriors - Chapters 8-10 Summary & Analysis

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In the entire work there are four parts that readers will find labeled as "books." This is Book 2. There are five chapters of text under this heading, covered here by two summary sections. The first summary section corresponds to the first three chapters of part two as they are mainly concerned with both love and war. The author describes and then contrasts the Native ways with the American ways of going about this.

The first of these chapters begins from 1858. Here the author Stephen Ambrose reminds readers that the Sioux nation was subdivided not so much into tribes but into groups better described as "bands." The Oglala were the band of Sioux that Crazy Horse belonged to.

There were good times for the people of Crazy Horse when they abandoned the sugar and coffee and other enticements marketed by the white men. When...

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