Daughters of the Buffalo Women: Maintaining the Tribal Faith
A collection of stories from the author's mother and other women, members of a fading generation that grew up in the early 1900s among buffalo-era elders of the Blackfoot tribes in Montana and Canada.
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Ruth Little Bear
Going to Sit a native view of schooling
Seeing boarding school from the other side
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