Chief Joseph: A Biography (Greenwood Biographies) by Vanessa Gunther

By Vanessa Gunther

This biography bargains a chronological presentation of the foremost occasions in Nez Perce heritage and within the lifetime of considered one of their maximum leaders, Joseph.

• contains images of Joseph, his brother, and different people who have been fashionable in his lifestyles and within the heritage of the Nez Perce

• presents a chronology of the foremost occasions in Nez Perce background and within the lifetime of leader Joseph

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