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Powhatans: Past & Present By Angela Daniel Silver Star
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Powhatan Indians past and present educational aid. Designed for elementary students, but informational for all ages. Contains participation activities. Material is provided free of charge to school... More > children. Price covers cost of the book.< Less
Powhatans: Past & Present By Angela Daniel Silver Star
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Powhatan Indians past and present educational aid. Designed for elementary students, but informational for all ages. Contains participation activities. Material is provided free of charge to school... More > children. Price covers cost of the book.< Less
LONGBRANCH By Teresa Manidis
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After a year spent volunteer teaching near an American Indian reservation, young Rebecca Forester is alone and disillusioned. However, when charismatic aid worker Daniel St. Clair arrives in town... More > unexpectedly, he renews Rebecca's faith in humanity - and in herself. But can their troubled relationship survive - not only the harsh elements, and dangers of the unbridled West - but the dark secrets from Daniel's past that threaten to destroy their love? TERESA MANIDIS proudly presents Longbranch, continuing the romantic theme of her first novel, Moon of Honey - Lua de Mel.< Less
Ready Reference Treatise: The Bean Trees By Raja Sharma
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“The Bean Trees” was the first book written by Barbara Kingsolver. It was first published in 1988. The story revolves around Taylor Greer, the protagonist of the novel. She happens to... More > be a native of Kentucky. She finds herself in Oklahoma near Cherokee territory. In the opening of the novel, a woman leaves an American Indian infant with Taylor Greer. The rest of the story deals with the experiences of the protagonist and the adopted child. Taylor Greer names that child Turtle. The story describes the child’s early education and its growing up. The other significant characters in the story are Lou Ann, her roommate, Esperanza and Estevan, a Guatemalan couple and Mattie, who is the owner of “Jesus is Lord Used Tires.” The Native American Parental Rights issues have also been touched in the novel.< Less