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One Thousand White Women by Jim Fergus
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Mar 31, 12

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So I liked the entire book, especially the main character. However, I was a bit bummed by the end. And I even had a little trouble figuring out who the characters were in the final pages (lineage). But what a well written book. I had never read a book about Indians, and while I am sure it only scratched the surface of their customs and way of life, it did present a lot of information about them. In the end though, it was ironic that the main character was unable to identify with either the Indians (due to their hideous act at the end) or the Whites (due to THEIR hideous act at the end). It left me feeling that she must have been so sad,
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Kristi Read Ride the Wind by Lucia St Clair Robson. A great depiction of Indian life.


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