As the warriors rode into camp covered with the blood of the 7th Cavalry, the Sioux princess held her new born high into the air. He would be a witness to this victory; he would remember his legacy. She would call him Red Hand. Beginning in the 1870's, Red Hand is a vivid and moving tale of a half white, half Sioux boy whose white father was killed when he was an infant. It is only after he becomes a young man that he resolves to go on a quest in search of his white heritage. His travels take him half way across the eastern U.S. - to a penitentiary in Florida, the Bowery in New York, the Ohio valley as well as spiritual journeys of introspection until his peace of mind is resolved, at last, a century later.
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