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I will admit that I am not much for reading I will also admit after reading the firstchapter in this book that I felt sick to my stomach literally That I feared readingthe rest of the book knowing that this really happened and that people couldactually do this to one another Although the book disgusted me after the firstchapter that I didnt want to read it anymore it also made me not want to put itdown It could have been the way the writer described everything made it all sovivid and clear or maybe it was the fact that it was so gruesome and real that I hadto read it Whatever the truth may be I thought it was a very good bookUp until this class I hadnt even heard of the Uprising In my impressionpart of the book was the side of the Indians while part of it was the side of thewhite mans view It told of how it started where it began when it ended andI feel as if the Indians had been changing their ways throughout the war Inthe beginning they were killing anyone and everyone but to a point by the end ofthe war they were only killing the white males and were holding the women andAlthough I dont think the Indians needed to be hung for their crimes theyshouldve been arrested and brought into jail The white men needed to also takeresponsibility for their actions It takes two people to start a fight no matter what itis about Yes it wasnt all of the white men who held back their annuity paymentbut it was those men who insisted that they change their waysThe book was a well-researched and insightful narrative of the bloodyuprising and the events which preceded it It is another sad chapter in the historyof the American West All the shocking events took place during one week inAugust of 1862 in response to being tricked and
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