Bloomington, Indiana: Archway Publishing, 2020. First paperback edition. Paperback. 297pp. Octavo [23 cm] Illustrated wraps. new. Item #58285
From the publisher:
"Phillip B Gottfredson, who has spent decades living among First Nations people seeking to understand Native American culture, provides a detailed synopsis of the Black Hawk War of Utah that decimated the Timpanogos Nation from 1849 and 1873.
"His account brings a much-needed perspective to a war that has historically been examined from the one-sided perspective of the Mormons. In collaboration with tribal leaders, he shares the Timpanogos version of the story, writing from the vantage point of the native peoples of Utah – a reference point that has been deliberately ignored.
"Join the author as he shares his extraordinary spiritual journey into the Native America culture and highlights a war that has been overlooked and misunderstood for far too long."