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Kristina Heath (Mohican/Menominee) was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in 1971. Her family moved to the Mohican Indian Reservation when she was three months old and she has lived there ever since. "Wake up, Little One! It is a new day. Your Noh is going hunting today and you will go with him..." In Mohican tradition, the head of the family wakes the children each morning and teaches them the ways to please the Great, Good Spirit. Heath created this book for her own children and for all the children in the Mohican Nation, to teach them traditional values and also to renew something of what has been taught for millennia. Based on an authentic narrative by Hendrick Aupaumut, 18th and 19th century Mohican diplomat, this is "the telling of a traditional mother-child talking experience; the transmitting of a threatened yet enduring heritage, and a testimony to its survival -no, the heritage not only survives; in an endeavor such as this, it thrives."
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