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How The West Was Lost
by George E. Albitz   

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Publisher:  PublishAmerica ISBN-10:  159129195X Type: 
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272

Copyright:  Jul 2 2002
Fiction

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A Mopache warrior named Cold Duck, and his sidekick live the exciting days of the winning of the west. Obviously someone had to lose. The book illustrates how Native Americans MAY have reacted to the coming of the whiteman and other events up to and including a unique version of Custer's Last Stand.

Humorous Western novel intended for general audience. Available at major bookstores. Excerpt
Indians meet first whiteman, "What'd he say?" "I don't know? I think he has a speech impediment?"


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Reader Reviews for "How The West Was Lost"

Reviewed by Doug Boren 4/7/2003

This is an extremely funny book about the Old West as told from the point of view of the Indians. Reminds me so much of "F Troop" in the old days, or any of Mel Brooks' hilarious movies.
At times I was laughing so hard tears ran down my face. This is highly recommended for anyone who would like a lighter look at the old west. Pick up a copy soon... you'll be glad you did. Believe me; you will see much more of this talented and humorous writer in the future.
Reviewed by Erin Elder 1/19/2003
Wow! This would make a hilarious screenplay! Stories of the Old West from a different perspective. If you liked Blazing Saddles, you'll sure enjoy this!
Reviewed by Valerie Boggess 1/19/2003
George, wonderful style of writing. The concept of using the Indian's perspective on how the west was lost is marvelous. Best to you...Valerie M. Boggess
Reviewed by Lynn Barry 1/1/2003
Love it...great idea...Good luck with book sales..we always need things to laugh about...inner aerobics..healthy for ya..Again, good luck!
Reviewed by Susan Weekley 12/26/2002
George Albitz unique writing style and sense of humor comes through brillantly in How The West Was Lost. The reader is given the opportunity to view the old west from an Indian's perspective. Truely a witty point of view of the whiteman. A must read for anyone who enjoys reading about the old west!

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