Where the Rivers Ran Red by author and artist Michael Donahue.
8 1/2″ x 11″ Over 378 pages with historic photographs, original maps, and 7 never-before-published photographs, this book is a vivid portrayal of George Armstrong Custer and the Indian fights leading up to the Battle of the Little Bighorn. With Epilogue, Endnotes, Bibliography, and Index.
Limited edition, 250 copies. Casebound with dustcover: ISBN: 978-0-9979337-8-9. SOLD OUT.
Trade edition, softcover: ISBN: 978-0-9979337-9-6. Coming soon and available from author.
Author and artist Michael Donahue is chairman of the art department at Temple College in Temple, Texas. He received his B.F.A., M.A., and M.F.A. degrees in Art and History from Stephen F. Austin State University. In 1993, he was awarded the title of Piper Professor for being one of the top 10 professors from all Texas universities and colleges. He has published many articles on the Battle of the Little Bighorn, and his book, Drawing Battle Lines-The Map Testimony of Custer’s Last Fight, has won numerous awards. Donahue has worked as a park ranger at Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument for over two decades and has researched the battle for over four decades. Donahue is also a nationally recognized artist with over 50 exhibitions to his credit.
Read about Donahue and the book here, in TexAppeal Magazine.