An Upstate New York Reader Reads American Indian History—Including A Book You Can`t Get From The Library
August 12, 2010, 05:00 AM
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From: Upstate New York Reader (Email him)

Re: A "Native American Rights Activist" Demands James Fulford Be Fired; He Replies

I am a reader of (and financial contributor to) VDARE.COM.  I read the letter calling for James Fulford's firing by the "Native American Activist." Here's a couple of books recently written providing history of Native Americans' treatment of each other, and, especially, whites.  One, The Empire of the Summer Moon, by S.C. Gwynne is a non-PC and comprehensive look at the white settlement of the western plains, but particularly, Texas, and records the horrific tactics of the Comanche in opposing expansion.  This book I was able to get through my public library.  (It is apparently quite popular, as there was quite a wait.)

The other book is A Fate Worse Than Death; Indian Captivities in the West, 1830-1885,

by a husband and wife team, Gregory and Susan Michno.

This was NOT available, and I had to purchase it.  I guess the subject is REALLY not PC.