Growing Up Native American: An Anthology
Morrow, 1993 - Social Science - 333 pages
For the first time ever, works about growing up Native American have been collected in an anthology that makes connections across history--while speaking to the enormous diversity of lives that make up Native America today. Includes works from Black Elk, Joseph Bruchac, Louise Erdrich, Mary Tall Mountain, and others.
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