The Way We Lived: California Indian Stories, Songs & Reminiscences
Heyday Books, 1993 - Literary Criticism - 248 pages
Fiction. "An engaging portrait of our predecessors in California. Their stories, here brilliantly illuminated by Margolin's comments, contain beauty, humor, and wisdom" -Harold Gilliam, San Francisco Chronicle.
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