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Thomasma, Kenneth

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ISBN 10: 0801088925 / ISBN 13: 9780801088926
Published by Grandview Publishing Company, Jackson, WY, 1989
Condition: Near Fine Soft cover
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SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR on the inside of the front cover as follows: "Notch Jkay Pi | (Best Wishes) | Ken Thomasma." 8vo. (20 cm.) [8]9-136. Illustrated with one black and white map and black and white drawings throughout, many full-page. Color pictorial wrappers with an image on the front cover of a man and a woman rowing a canoe. Just hints of wear to extremities corners square and flat, else near fine to fine with no internal markings. "As a result of a Sioux Indian uprising in Minnesota in August and September 1862, the Sioux Indians and almost 2,000 innocent Winnegago Indian people were forcibly removed from their land. President lincoln signed an order to have them taken out of Minnesota by steamboat and railroad cattle cars to Crow Creek, South Dakota. Readers will gain a great appreciation of the Winnebago people and their struggle to overcome tremendous adversity. This story gives the reader a chance to travel the trail of these innocent people as they sought refuge from death at Crown Creek. Kenneth Thomasma is a professional storyteller and writing workshop leader living in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Craig S. Fleuter was a teacher in Jackson Hole. Bookseller Inventory # 008281

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Publisher: Grandview Publishing Company, Jackson, WY

Publication Date: 1989

Binding: Soft cover

Illustrator: Craig Fleuter

Book Condition:Near Fine

Signed: Signed by Author(s)

Edition: 1st Edition

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Following the forced removal of his people from Minnesota to Crow Creek, South Dakota, a Winnebago Indian boy embarks on a dangerous journey to return his dying grandfather to his Minnesota homeland.

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