Part autobiographical and part folkloric, these essays and stories by the Lakota Zitkala-Sa, or "Red Bird"-the pen name of Native American writer and activist GERTRUDE SIMMONS BONNIN (1876-1938)-are renowned for being among the first works of contemporary Native American history, culture, and experience to come direct from a Native American, unedited and uninfluenced by outsiders. This 1921 collection-some of which originally appeared in magazines including The Atlantic Monthly and Harper's-includes: • "The School Days of an Indian Girl" • "An Indian Teacher Among Indians" • "The Great Spirit" • "The Soft-Hearted Sioux" • "A Warrior's Daughter" • "A Dream of Her Grandfather" • "The Widespread Enigma of Blue-Star Woman" • and more.

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