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Sun-Painted Man

Schuster, Philip F.

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ISBN 10: 1574160974 / ISBN 13: 9781574160970
Published by Clear Light Pub, U.S.A., 2009
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First Edition (stated), First Printing. Trade paperback in illustrated wraps. About Fine w/lightly curled front corners; square w/ firm binding, interior clean and totally unmarked. Historical fiction set on the Blackfeet Reservation durng the first half of the twentieth century. xi, 356pp inc. Foreword by Curly Bear Wagner, Glossary, Historical Documents, Index. Size: 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" Tall. Bookseller Inventory # 016727

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Title: Sun-Painted Man

Publisher: Clear Light Pub, U.S.A.

Publication Date: 2009

Binding: Trade Paper

Book Condition: About Fine

Dust Jacket Condition: Wraps

Edition: First Edition.

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Sun-Painted Man is a historical novel of intrigue, with real and fictional characters and events. Inspired by the true story of Red-Boy, a young Indian veteran who returns to the Blackfeet reservation in Montana still fighting the ghosts of the First World War. The suffering he sees people freezing in the brutal winter cold, plagued by diseases that could be cured with food and medicine drives him to action. Along the way, he makes powerful enemies by speaking out against the abuses and corruption visited upon his tribe. Red-Boy's enemies retaliate by falsely accusing him of rape and rigging his trial. He is sentenced to twenty years in Leavenworth prison. His only hope for freedom is a New England businessman the adopted son of Curly Bear, a Blackfeet chief who works tirelessly to expose the lies of those who plotted to convict him. Based on the actual diaries, court papers and photographs belonging to the author's great-uncle, Christian F. Schuster, who lived with the Blackfeet, spoke their language and knew their culture intimately.

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Philip F. Schuster practices law in Portland, Oregon. He has been a contributing author to publications in the areas of environmental law and family law. He enjoys river drifting and outdoor activities with his family. He lives in Milwaukie, Oregon with his wife, Barbara, and they have two sons, Chris and Matt. He was a good friend of the late Curly Bear Wagner, a well-known Blackfeet leader and a relative of Chief Curly Bear, who adopted Christian Schuster.

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