The White-Skin Deer: Hoopa Stories Elizabeth Schultz

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Published: August 7th 2010

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80 pages


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The White-Skin Deer: Hoopa Stories  by  Elizabeth Schultz

The White-Skin Deer: Hoopa Stories by Elizabeth Schultz
August 7th 2010 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 80 pages | ISBN: | 3.20 Mb

_The White-Skin Deer: Hoopa Stories_is a first-hand, fictionalized account of tribal elders’ stories, written by a sincere and respectful non-Native woman, Elizabeth Schultz. Schultz wrote these stories based on her experiences living on the HoopaMore_The White-Skin Deer: Hoopa Stories_is a first-hand, fictionalized account of tribal elders’ stories, written by a sincere and respectful non-Native woman, Elizabeth Schultz.

Schultz wrote these stories based on her experiences living on the Hoopa Valley Tribe’s land during the 1950s.This was a time period when Bureau of Indian Affairs policies of assimilation were at their height. Their boarding elementary and high schools actively worked against Native cultural practices, including Native language, ceremonies, economic systems, and kinship responsibilities.

Like all good fiction, these stories prompt reflection. Embedded within them are the conflicts facing most American tribal peoples at that time as well as the present.



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