The death of Raymond Yellow Thunder

and other true stories of the Nebraska-Pine Ridge border towns by Stew Magnuson

Publisher: Texas Tech University Press in Lubbock, Tex

Written in English
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Subjects:

  • Oglala Indians -- South Dakota -- Pine Ridge -- History -- 20th century,
  • Ethnic conflict -- South Dakota -- Pine Ridge -- History -- 20th century,
  • Ethnic conflict -- Nebraska -- Sheridan County -- History -- 20th century,
  • Borderlands -- South Dakota -- Pine Ridge -- History -- 20th century,
  • Borderlands -- Nebraska -- Sheridan County -- History -- 20th century,
  • Pine Ridge (S.D.) -- Ethnic relations,
  • Sheridan County (Neb.) -- Ethnic relations
  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    StatementStew Magnuson ; foreword by Pekka Hamalainen.
    SeriesPlains histories
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE99.O3 M34 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16774544M
    ISBN 100896726347
    ISBN 109780896726345
    LC Control Number2008014712

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There are moments of cooperation and friendship, but the stories are overwhelmingly full of distrust, violence and sometimes outright hatred/5. Stew Magnuson, a Nebraska journalist, published the book “The Death of Raymond Yellow Thunder” in It won medals for its portrayal of the troubled relations between Indians and white people along the border between South Dakota and Nebraska.

Steve Hendricks had his book “The Unquiet Grave” published in The Death of Raymond Yellow Thunder: And Other True Stories from the Nebraska-Pine Ridge Border Towns by Stew Magnuson was released in eBook format for the first time April release comes a few weeks after the 40thanniversary of the incident in Gordon, Nebraska.

“Like all good stories, The Death of Raymond Yellow Thunder spins against the way it drives. Even as the people of Sheridan County despise, scorn, exploit, assault, and kill one another, their lives, like objects slipping out of control, become more and more inseparable.

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From readers looking for an informative read that flows like a well-written novel to researchers seeking information, this text is a valuable source. The Death. THE DEATH OF RAYMOND YELLOW THUNDER AND OTHER TRUE STORIES FROM THE NEBRASKA-PINE RIDGE BORDER TOWNS is a top pick not just for Texas collections, but for any library strong in regional American history in general and border town politics and stories in particular.

His book The Death of Raymond Yellow Thunder: And Other True Stories from the Nebraska-Pine Ridge Border Towns was the Nebraska Center for the Book's non-fiction book of the year, and received recognition from the Center for Great Plains Studies and ForeWord magazine.

Magnuson is Managing Editor for National Defense magazine. Death of Raymond Yellow Thunder Reading. Stew Magnuson will read and discuss his nonfiction book, The Death of Raymond Yellow Thunder: And Other True Stories from the Start Date: Get this from a library. The death of Raymond Yellow Thunder: and other true stories from the Nebraska-Pine Ridge border towns.

[Stew Magnuson] -- "A nonfiction account of the Oglala of Pine Ridge, South Dakota, and the white settler towns of Sheridan County, Nebraska.

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A book published by Texas Tech University Press has won two Nebraska Book Festival Awards. Author Stew Magnuson recounted the murder of year-old Raymond Yellow Thunder and the unrest that followed the incident during a presentation at Chadron State College on Tuesday.

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Wunder. It traces years of shared history between two communities, the Oglala Lakotas of the Pine Ridge Reservation, S.D., and the border towns of Sheridan County.

My “story” referred to here is an entire book. “ The Death of Raymond Yellow Thunder: And Other True Stories from the Nebraska-Pine Ridge Border Towns.” It gives a complete account of the case including the AIM march on Gordon, and the trial of the perpetrators in Alliance, Nebraska as well as interviews with Raymond’s relatives.

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Fred Knapp interviewed Magnuson and compiled this report: Magnuson will discuss his book at the Nebraska History Museum, Lincoln, Oct. 18 at p.m. Other books by Stew Magnuson• “The Death of Raymond Yellow Thunder: And Other True Stories from the Nebraska-Pine Ridge Border Towns”• “Wounded Knee Still Bleeding”“The Song of Author: Dorene Weinstein.

Magnuson is also the author of The Death of Raymond Yellow Thunder: And Other True Stories from the Nebraska-Pine Ridge Border Towns. Published by Texas Tech University Press, it was named the Nebraska Nonfiction book of the year, a finalist for the Center of Great Plains Studies book of the year, and was recently named one of the Nebraska.

The Death of Raymond Yellow Thunder, Stew Magnuson Publisher: Texas Tech University Press Designer: Lindsay Starr Cover photo: John Vachon Fiction Exiles, Ron Hansen Publisher: Farrar, Straus, and Giroux Nonfiction The Death of Raymond Yellow Thunder, Stew Magnuson Publisher: Texas Tech University Press Nonfiction Honor Nebraska’s Cowboy.

“Gathered in these pages is the story of one of the Great Plains’ ultimate survivors: the Oglala Lakotas. Covering the days when they first left the eastern woodlands for the prairie up to contemporary tribal politics, Akim Reinhardt has compiled vital information for scholars and armchair historians alike.”—Stew Magnuson, author of The Death of Raymond Yellow Thunder and Wounded.

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Maher, Jr.; George F. Engelmann; Robert D. Shuster Mountain Press Publishing Co. Missoula, MT File Size: KB. That was what I did for The Death of Raymond Yellow Thunder; a book John Trimbach told me at the Dakota Conference at Augustana College last year was “well researched.” Second, that the book was a rush job, implying that it was sloppily reported.

The book was written between April and October in my free time. I Googled Raymond Yellow Thunder and found many articles and books about him. He was an Oglala Lakota man who lived on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota. According to Dennis Banks, a co-founder of AIM, Raymond Yellow Thunder was killed “just for the fun of it,” by two white men, Leslie and Melvin Hare, in February Reviews: 7.

'Write a book about Highway 83 and all the history around it.' The sub-conscience is a weird thing." Magnuson is a Washington, D.C.-based writer and the author of several books, including "The Death of Raymond Yellow Thunder," "The Song of Sarin" and "Wounded Knee Still Bleeding.".

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