-The Minnesota Review
"Staub examines the struggles of turning oral memories of 19th-century events into text without erasing the Native American 'voice'....Recommended for undergraduate and graduate libraries."
"...Offers subtle and persuasive readings that substantially expand our appreciation of the sophistication of 1930s documentary writing. It is indispensable reading for anyone engaged in current revisionary work on Depression-era culture."
Barbara Foley, American Literature