Me and Mine: The Life Story of Helen Sekaquaptewa
University of Arizona Press, 1969 - Biography & Autobiography - 262 pages
An energetic Hopi woman emerges from a traditional family background to embrace the more conventional way of life in American today. Enchanting and enlightening—a rare piece of primary source anthropology.
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7. [Me and Mine: the Life Story of Helen Sekaquaptewa] by [[Louise Udall]] When I was in grad school and we were studying different ethnic groups, the American Indian Movement was the largest part of ... Read full review