In a taboo-ridden world, where men were warriors and women were laborers, Slave Girl possessed skills and confidence unheard of among her sex. She tamed the wild stallion that no one could ride, joined the buffalo hunt uninvited, and took the scalp of a notorious enemy. She was known to white traders and explorers of her time as the legendary "Absaroka Amazon." In this vivid and heroic tale, Benjamin Capps, one of our country's most respected writers of Western Americana, has written an enthralling account of a little known chapter of American history.
Used availability for Benjamin Capps's Woman Chief
June 2002 : UK Hardback
October 1979 : USA Hardback
May 1981 : USA Mass Market Paperback