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Anton Treuer's "Warrior Nation" wins Denver Public Library History Prize


DENVER – “Warrior Nation: A History of the Red Lake Ojibwe,” written by Bemidji State University Professor of Ojibwe Dr. Anton Treuer, has won the Denver Public Library’s Caroline Bancroft History Prize.

The Caroline Bancroft Prize annually by the library’s Western History and Genealogy Department. According to the terms of the late Caroline Bancroft’s will, an annual prize “to be awarded to the author of the best book on Colorado or Western American History published during the current year, to be known as the Caroline Bancroft History Prize.”

“Warrior Nation” explores 250 years of the unique and important history of the Red Lake Nation. It offers not only a chronicle of the Red Lake Nation, but also a compelling perspective on a difficult piece of U.S. history.


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