David Treuer | 2019 National Book Festival
Clip: Season 6 | 11m 30s
PBS Books welcomes author David Treuer, talking about his latest work, 'The Heartbeat of Wounded Knee,' an illuminating look at the 130 years of overlooked history of Native American Civilization after the infamous 1890 massacre. Treuer grew up Ojibwe on a reservation in Minnesota, and with 'Heartbeat' he combines journalistic reporting with personal memoir. #NatBookFest2019
Aired: 09/03/19 |
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