Little Raven

Little Raven

Chief of the Southern Arapaho

Book - 2010
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Chief Little Raven was a warrior, orator, and diplomat. His faith in the United States government¿s plans and treaties was proved wrong again and again, and his attempts to protect his people¿s way of life failed. Even though he had many disappointments, Chief Little Raven tried to lead his people to live in harmony with white settlers. In his lifetime, he saw the end of a way of life for thousands of Arapaho who once camped near the place where the Cherry Creek and the South Platte River meet in today's Denver, Colorado. The "Great Lives in Colorado History" biography series is for grades 3-5. Each book contains full text in both English and Spanish.
Publisher: Palmer Lake, Colo. : Filter Press, c2010
ISBN: 9780865411142
Branch Call Number: NAC 970.3 ARAPAHO
Characteristics: 27 p., 27 p. : ill. ; 21 cm


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