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
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Helen's book gives us an important glimpse at Hopi life as it transitioned into the patterns of the 20th century. She talks about new arrivals to her part of Arizona, religious missionaries, and how ... Read full review