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Dee Brown (II) (1908–2002)

Dee Brown became known to the larger public as a novelist and historian. His great novel "Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee" is still perhaps the best historical portrayal of the violent relationship between Native Americans and the expansionist Americans with their roots in the Old World. Brown grew up in Ouachita County, Arkansas, and Little Rock, ... See full bio »

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 2007 Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee (TV Movie) (based on the book by - as Dee Alexander Brown)
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 1995 The Way West (TV Movie documentary)

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Book: "The Gentle Tamers" See more »

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Dee Alexander Brown

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[1980] What particularly excites me nowadays is the growing strength of literature written by American Indians themselves - Scott Momaday Jr., Vine Deloria Jr., James Welch, Jamake Highwater, Leslie Silko. When an Indian learns how to write, he's as good as they come. See more »


The Dee Brown Library, a branch library of the Central Arkansas Library System, is named for him. Located at 6325 Baseline Road, Little Rock, Arkansas.

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