Peters, Civil War, Peter discussed on KKOB 770 AM


Life they would be blind they would be lame they would not be able to pose a threat to indians who are and you're lying turn and and i would look for that was the purpose them you know late in the dead it was not of the savvy to be on quote with no purpose except should be tell the as most white's interpreted be it was it wouldn't it in in well yeah in terms of their religion the quite rational thing to do and i'm honest i was a lot and the reason because they're instances peters book is sweeping you understand there's an enormous amount of history detail here oh well go to a conversation ones between roman knows roman knows a preach approaches they need a general job when field scott hancock if you're of the civil war who is cool and ignorant and believes that he can intimidate the indians roman knows approaches him at for a parlay and which if it ends badly roman does is ready to kill his enemy and he says to the general we we don't want or if we did we would not come close to your big guns perry sensible peter did they not believe the indians when they told them the truth did they not did it did winfield scott hancock who is one of many general so it doesn't listen do they not believe the indians were telling them the truth and was one of them one of the more i said they pieces he was indeed a true civil war hero and in the eyes of many with people to not as period to shared in in terms of the with the word you may recall that the crime he ran for president on the democratic to nearly defeated so get luke lighten it with the national hero and he was a tremendous tremendous now but in general the little work and i am particularly struck but you look regis not only ignorance.

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