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Popular children's book, first published in 1879.With 17 illustrations. According to Wikipedia: "Helen Maria Hunt Jackson (October 18, 1830 – August 12, 1885) was an American writer who became an activist to improve United States government treatment of Native Americans. She wrote newspaper articles and directly to government officials. In 1882, she published A Century of Dishonor, about the adverse effects of government actions, and sent a copy to each member of the US Congress. She gained the widest public with her novel Ramona, dramatizing the ill treatment by the United States (US) government of Native Americans in Southern California. It was generally received more as a romance than political novel. In addition to remaining in print, it was adapted for a play and three films, released from 1925 to 1936."