The importance of the title supports the conclusion that if you want to sell books in today’s market you have to almost use exclusively Indian Sources which preclude any white information or sources because the white man is the “evil” devil who is always attacking the poor defenseless and “innocent,” Indians. Clearly the Indian sympathizers stack the weight of the evidence in favor of the Indians. As an example let me list the following book titles and authors:
- Lakota Noon: The Indian Narrative of Custer’s Defeat—Greg Michno. (1997).
- Lakota Recollections of Indian-Military History—Richard Hardoff. (1991).
- Hokahey! A Good Day to Die: The Indian Casualties of the Custer Fight.—Richard Hardoff. (1993).
- Indian Views of the Custer Fight—Richard Hardoff. (2004).
- Washita Memories: Eyewitness Views of Custer’s Attack on Black Kettle’s Village. Richard Hardoff. (2006)
- Lakota and Cheyenne: Indian Views of the Great Sioux War, 1876-1877. Jerome A. Greene. (1994).
- American Carnage: Wounded Knee, 1890. Jerome A. Greene. (2014). In this book the title tells us that he has already taken up the Indian side of the argument.
- Eyewitness to the Fetterman Fight: Indian Views—John H. Monnett. (2017)
My basic premise is that the politically correct academic and popular authors only represent the Indian point of view. A clear cut case of bias and bigotry.