Table of contents for Standing Bear is a person : the true story of a Native American's quest for justice / Stephen Dando-Collins.

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Contents
Acknowledgments
Introduction
The Trail of Standing Bear and the Ponca, 1877-1882 (map)
Part One: The Cause
Chapter 1 The Princess and the General
Chapter 2 The Story of Injustice
Chapter 3 The Escape
Chapter 4 The Newspaper Editor
Chapter 5 The Chief's Interview
Chapter 6 The Fire Is Lit
Chapter 7 The Lawyers
Chapter 8 The Judge
Chapter 9 The District Attorney
Part Two: The Court Case
Chapter 10 The Testimony
Chapter 11 The Arguments
Chapter 12 The Chief's Plea
Chapter 13 The Judge's Verdict
Chapter 14 The Interior Secretary's Response
Chapter 15 The Secret Mission
Part Three: The Crusade
Chapter 16 The Power of the Spoken Word
Chapter 17 The Four Crusaders
Chapter 18 The Dark Days of October
Chapter 19 The Shooting of Big Snake
Chapter 20 The Road to Freedom
Chapter 21 The Wedding
Chapter 22 The End of Standing Bear
Epilogue
Notes
Bibliography
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Standing Bear, Ponca chief.
Ponca Indians -- Kings and rulers -- Biography.
Ponca Indians -- Relocation.
Ponca Indians -- Claims.
Ponca Indians -- Legal status, laws, etc.