Title: From Point Barrow To Chemawa
Author: Helen Mary Beavers
Description: Book is very lightly worn at head and tail of spine; no marks; binding is sound. Dust jacket has a bit of wear to edges; damp stain to rear surface near spine; a little rubbing to surfaces; not price clipped ($2.00). DJ has been placed in an archival mylar sleeve. Generic inscription and signed by author on title page.
Helen Beavers was a teacher at the Chemawa Indian School in Salem, Oregon when she gathered this "heart-warming and quietly eloquent collection of essays and stories composed by Alaskan (Inupiat/Inyupik) students while they were studying" at the Chemawa School. "The final impression is that of young and searching and strangely penetrating minds, coping with the integration of diverse cultures: Indian, Alaskan, and American… The traditions and way of life of the Alaskans are also set forth in honest and realistic terms."
Condition: Very Good+
Jacket Condition: Good+
Publisher: Carlton Press, Inc.
Place: New York
Size: 5.5 x 8 inches.
Pages: 40 pages.
Keywords: Alaska, Indian School, Native American,
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