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KEHTE-AYAK, Kakisiwew-Ochapowace First Nations
Author Name:    Kakisiwew-Ochapowace First Nations


Binding:   Softcover

Book Condition:   Very Good

Edition:   First Edition

Publisher:   SK Ochapowace First Nations / Sweet Grass Records 2009

ISBN Number:   0978320328 / 9780978320324

Seller ID:   12249

Oblong book - approx. 8.5" x 10.5". Very nice condition. Pages are clean and unmarked other than slight water damage to just the upper corner of first 3 to 4 pages. Cover has light scuffing and slight wear/curling at corners, bit of price sticker residue on rear. The back cover poses the rhetorical questions, do you want to know your family tree, understand a Treaty or your spiritual connection to earth, want to hear the good and bad of residential school, if you want a sports hero, or if you want to be listened to or just get some encouragement, then ask an elder. And that's what this book is, a celebration of elders in Treaty 4 country through the Qu'Appelle Valley. There are black and white photos of the elders, plus their stories in their words, talking of their past and their lives now. A tribute, a celebration, and an encouragement. (870) ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall

Price = 44.95 USD
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