Cougar Woman

Cougar Woman Captured at the age of ten the fearless rider with the long black hair was keenly attuned to the forces of nature and to her adopted tribe s struggle for survival Later guided by a vision quest she

  • Title: Cougar Woman
  • Author: Jane E. Hartman
  • ISBN: 9780961804510
  • Page: 168
  • Format: Paperback
  • Captured at the age of ten, the fearless rider with the long black hair was keenly attuned to the forces of nature and to her adopted tribe s struggle for survival Later guided by a vision quest, she found the courage and wisdom needed to defend her rights, protect her people, and, in time, become their leader Cougar Woman recounts the trials and triumphs of the 19th Captured at the age of ten, the fearless rider with the long black hair was keenly attuned to the forces of nature and to her adopted tribe s struggle for survival Later guided by a vision quest, she found the courage and wisdom needed to defend her rights, protect her people, and, in time, become their leader Cougar Woman recounts the trials and triumphs of the 19th century Absaroke Crow warrior and chief A unique blend of thrilling history and fast paced fiction, Cougar Woman recounts the trials and triumphs of a 19th century Absaroke Crow Indian woman as, guided by a vision quest, she finds the courage and wisdom to defend her rights, protect her people, and in time, become their leader.Selected in its condensed version for inclusion in Ms Magazine s Summer Reading List, this compelling frontier epic is available in its unabridged edition for the first time, with a foreword by Joseph Earl Rael, MA, Picuris Pueblo and Southern Ute Indian, originator of Peace Chambers throughout the world.

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