Chief Sarah: Sarah Winnemucca's Fight for Indian Rights

Chief Sarah: Sarah Winnemucca's Fight for Indian Rights

by Dorothy N. Morrison
     
 

Sarah Winnemucca, a brilliant young woman with very little formal education, overcame many obstacles to become a champion of Indian rights. A member of the Paiute tribe. her people's suffering led her to battle on their behalf with the Bureau of Indian Affairs and its agents. Illustrated with historical photographs, maps, and drawings, this moving account captures… See more details below

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Sarah Winnemucca, a brilliant young woman with very little formal education, overcame many obstacles to become a champion of Indian rights. A member of the Paiute tribe. her people's suffering led her to battle on their behalf with the Bureau of Indian Affairs and its agents. Illustrated with historical photographs, maps, and drawings, this moving account captures Chief Sarah's passionate determination to educate and liberate here people.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780689307522
Publisher:
Macmillan Publishing Company, Incorporated
Publication date:
01/01/1980
Pages:
192
Age Range:
10 - 14 Years

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