7 edition of Long Lance found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Chief Buffalo Child Long Lance (Sylvester Long) ; with a foreword by Irvin S. Cobb and an introduction by Donald B. Smith.|
|LC Classifications||PS3503.U2816 L66 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxvi, 278 p. :|
|Number of Pages||278|
|ISBN 10||087805829X, 0878058303|
|LC Control Number||95018985|
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1 Dec. –20 Mar. Buffalo Child Long Lance, author and actor, was one of the best-known North American Indians of the late s. In he vividly described his boyhood among his people, the Blackfoot Indians of the Western Plains, in his autobiography, Long Lance. The book, complete with his memories of the last buffalo hunts and the final intertribal skirmishes, received very.
Long Lance Paperback – October 1, by Chief Buffalo Child Long Lance (Author), Donald B. Smith (Introduction), Irvin S. Cobb (Foreword) & 0 more/5(3). One of the Twentieth Century American literature's great hucksters, Long Lance was actually Sylvester Long from Winston-Salem, North Carolina, born with Indian, Caucasian, and African-American blood.
He passed himself off for years as the Blackfoot chief presented in this "autobiography.". The Broken Lance is the second novel in the Blackhearts trilogy, following the events in Valnirs Bane.
It is preceded by the short story titled Rotten Fruit which takes place immediately after the first novel and before the second, more specifically on the road to Altdorf where The Broken Lance begins/5. To the glittering world of New York society in the s, Chief Buffalo Child Long Lance was a presidential appointee to West Point, war hero, movie star, aviator, socialite, journalist, best-selling author, and Indian advocate and activist - a full-blooded Blackfoot chief who captured the imagination of North America with the story of his life and the plight of his people/5(2).
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