A must-read for those who love to learn about others by sharing in their life experience, and who care about the Indian West and what happened to its people
NARVON, Pa. (PRWEB) January 09, 2015
The summer of 1882 came at the end of the Indian War era in the western territories. It was a time when the last of the Native American people were being forced onto reservations, the Northern Pacific Railroad was under construction through Montana Territory, and the natural beauty of the west was being altered forever by the coming of civilization. It was a time of senseless hatred in which compassionate individuals did what they could to support friends and survive in a beautiful western landscape where life ran its course with the seasons.
“Summer of Two Worlds” (published by Xlibris) by J. Arthur Moore, captures the essence of the Indian West in the lives of the Sioux, from the joy and peace of living freely with nature, to the violent end of a way of life. Prairie Cub was born white. He had been orphaned on the prairie at age three. He was adopted by Thunder Eagle, a Sioux warrior. The name Michael was all he had of his ancestry. When the course of history doomed the Indian’s way of life, Thunder Eagle, realizing the boy’s white heritage gave him a chance for a future, sent his son back into the white man’s world. This is the story of that summer.
In a world of remarkable beauty, but marred by shattering tragedy, “Summer of Two Worlds” reveals a touching story of survival, loyalty, and love of friends and family set in an era marked with great joy and freedom. This book is a must-read for those who love to learn about others by sharing in their life experience, and who care about the Indian West and what happened to its people.
“Summer of Two Worlds”
By J. Arthur Moore
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 224 pages | ISBN 9781493165964
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 224 pages | ISBN 9781493165957
E-Book | 224 pages | ISBN 9781493165971
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About the Author
J. Arthur Moore is an educator with over 41 years experience in public, private and independent settings. He is also an amateur photographer and has illustrated his works with his own photographs. Currently, retired and living in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, he enjoys time with family, friends and his model railroad.
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