In Bad Medicine and Good, Wilbur Sturtevant Nye collects forty-four stories covering Kiowa history from the 1700s through the 1940s, all gleaned from interviews with Kiowas, and from the notes of Captain Hugh L Scott at Fort Sill. They cover such topics as the organization and conduct of a raiding party, the brave deeds of war chiefs, the treatment of white captives, the Grandmother gods, the Kiowa sun dance, and the problems of adjusting to white society.
One of the great tribes of the Southwest Plains, the Kiowas were militantly defiant toward white intruders in their territory and killed more during seventy-five years of raiding than any other tribe.
This book is in good shape for its age with no rips or tears. Please note the wear on the dust jacket.
Bad Medicine and Good is an excellent addition to your Native American collection or home library. Please use pictures as a guide. Have any questions or need more pictures, ask.
Book Dimensions: 10x7x2