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- By: Kunigunde Duncan
- Format: Paper, xxxiv, 216 pp., 1990, photos, map
- Publisher: MHS Press
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- ISBN 0-87351-245-6
In 1881, nineteen-year-old Corabelle Fellows, well educated and gently bred, overcame her parents' objections and left her upper-class home in Washington, D.C., to become a church-sponsored teacher among the Sioux and Cheyenne in Dakota Territory. Her story, with its personal perspective on the Indians' struggles to keep their religion, lands, language, and way of life, will both intrigue and enthrall readers.
New Introduction by Bruce D. Forbes.