Congressional Serial Set (Google eBook)

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1868 - United States
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Review: Recovering the Sacred: The Power of Naming and Claiming

User Review  - Beans - Goodreads

Amazing. This is one of the best histories (to use the term loosely - it's way more than that) I've read in a very long time. Winona LaDuke manages to balance infuriating and terrible things with a ... Read full review

Review: Recovering the Sacred: The Power of Naming and Claiming

User Review  - Jennifer DeJonghe - Goodreads

LaDuke gives a damning account of current and past injustices committed against the indigenous tribes of North America. She uses a combination of personal experience and interviews mixed with ... Read full review

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