“One of the great literary achievements of the 21st Century.” — Martin A. Strosberg, PhD, Professor Emeritus, Union Colleges
From July 1, 1968 thru June 30, 1970, James Strosberg and his wife lived on the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe (CRST) Reservation at Eagle Butte, South Dakota. He served as a commissioned officer in the United States Public Health Service (USPHS) and was stationed at the Indian Hospital located there. This is a story about his experience and the adventure he and his wife shared. This story is one-half documentary and one-half historical fiction, confounded by an incomplete memory of what happened almost 55 years ago and complicated by imagination, exaggeration, and hyperbole.