Title: Lifted to the Edge: The Reflections of a Tulalip Grandson
Author: David D. Spencer Sr.
Description: Softcover. Very light wear. Previous owner's name marked on title page, else clean. Illustrated with more than fifty black-and-white photographs. vii, 149 pages. 10.8 x 8.4 inches. Scarce.
Collection of childhood memories of the author, a member of the Tulalip community, and of his grandparents who raised him, providing a picture of Tulalip Indian life in Snohomish County, Washington, in the 1940s and 50s. Includes quite a bit of material on the Shaker Church.
The author, David Sese dob-bus Spencer, Sr., was born in 1937 at the Tulalip Indian Reservation Hospital and was raised by his grandparents, Katrina 'Kwi-tee' and Ambrose Bagley, who were born in the 1870s.
Binding: Soft Cover
Condition: Near Fine
Publisher: Snohomish Publishing Company
Place: Snohomish, Washington
Keywords: Tulalip, Shaker, Church, history, biography, Native American, Indian, Washington state, Snohomish County, American Indian studies,
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