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As Long as the Rivers Flow: Nine Stories of Native Americans

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From the famous Apache warrior Geronimo to Wilma Mankiller, elected PrincipalChief of the Cherokee Nation in 1985, this volume presents fresh, stimulatingportrayals of prominent Native Americans.
Hardcover, 328 pages
Published October 1st 1996 by Scholastic
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"As Long As The Rivers Flow" contain biographies of nine Native Americans: Weetamoo, Geronimo, Will Rogers, Jim Thorpe, Maria Tallchief, Ben Nighthorse Campbell, Wilma Mankiller, Michael Naranjo, and Louise Erdrich.

Each biography highlights a unique contribution to American history and culture by an indigenous American.

This book would be a great resource for a student writing a paper on one of the people featured in the book or on the contributions of Native Americans to our coun
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Paula Gunn Allen was a Native American poet, literary critic, lesbian activist, and novelist.

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