Voices of the Plains Cree
Part I contains the stories and observations of Chief Thunderchild as told to Edward Ahenakew in 1923. The second part, Old Keyam, is a fictional character telling of life on the reservations in the new white world of the early twentieth century.
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Introduction to Part I by Edward Ahenakew
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