The first essay "Impressions of an Indian Childhood," is separated into seven sections, In the second essay "School Days of an Indian Girl," Quaker missionaries take the eightyear-old from her reservation community to a boarding school in the East.
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American Indian perspective on Wildwest
This book was fascinating. Part of it is like John Muir,part sounds like Laura Ingalls Wilder. The writing is lovely,the long disappeared voice hunting.