Wilma's Way Home: The Life of Wilma Mankiller

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Wilma's Way Home: The Life of Wilma Mankiller

by Doreen Rappaport

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June 2019

ISBN: 9781484747186

As a child in Oklahoma, Wilma Mankiller experienced the Cherokee practice of Gadugi, helping each other, even when times were hard for everyone. But in 1956, the federal government uprooted her family and moved them to California, wrenching them from their home, friends, and traditions. Separated from her community and everything she knew, Wilma felt utterly lost until she found refuge in the Indian Center in San Francisco. There, she worked to build and develop the local Native community and championed Native political activists.

Author 's note. Illustrator 's note. Time line. Pronunciation guide. Selected bibliography. Online resources. Source notes. Full-color illustrations.

 
  • ISBN: 9781484747186
    Format: Print Book
    Edition: Hardcover edition
    Publisher: Disney-Hyperion
    Page Count: 48
    Genre: Nonfic
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