Item #15663 Susette La Flesche Voice of the Omaha Indians: A Moving Account of the Intrepid Indian Woman Who Crusaded For Citizenship For Her People. Margaret Crary.
Susette La Flesche Voice of the Omaha Indians: A Moving Account of the Intrepid Indian Woman Who Crusaded For Citizenship For Her People

Susette La Flesche Voice of the Omaha Indians: A Moving Account of the Intrepid Indian Woman Who Crusaded For Citizenship For Her People

NY: Hawthorn Books, Inc., 1973. 1st Edition. Hardcover_cloth. 5.75"x8.5" 178 indexed pages. First Printing. Almond cloth boards, gilt letters to spine. DJ design by Roy Schlemme. Spine straight, binding tight, pages clean w/soft tone. X-library w/graphics. Library notations in pencil, unclipped DJ. Red & green dot on top edge. Mylar backing pasted to inside boards. No bumps, minimal edge wear. Secure ship w/track #. Very Good-Collectible / VeryGood. Item #15663

Traces Susette La Flesche's lifetime campaign to better conditions for her people in spite of the nineteenth-century handicaps of being both a woman and an Indian. Source: Publisher.

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