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by Mary Carroll Nelson

Download Annie Wauneka (The Story of an American Indian) ePub
  • ISBN 0875180531
  • ISBN13 978-0875180533
  • Language English
  • Author Mary Carroll Nelson
  • Publisher Dillon Press (1972)
  • Pages 66
  • Formats mbr lrf mbr lit
  • Category Children
  • Size ePub 1953 kb
  • Size Fb2 1217 kb
  • Rating: 4.9
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Biography of a Medal of Freedom winner who has spent her life improving the health and welfare of her fellow Navajos.

Nelson, Mary Carroll. Annie Dodge Wauneka, daughter of a great Navajo leader, is in her own right a respected leader of her people. The first woman ever to be elected to the Navajo Tribal Council, she has worked tirelessly to improve the health and welfare of the Navajos

Nelson, Mary Carroll. The first woman ever to be elected to the Navajo Tribal Council, she has worked tirelessly to improve the health and welfare of the Navajos. Ever since she, as a young schoolgirl, helped nurse her classmates through a disastrous flu epidemic, Annie Wauneka has fought the diseases that were killing so many of her people. The fact that tuberculosis is no longer the main cause of death on the reservation is largely due to her efforts.

Biography of a Medal of Freedom winner who has spent her life improving the health and welfare of her fellow Navajos. by Mary Carroll Nelson. Select Format: Paperback.

Annie Dodge Wauneka (April 11, 1910 – November 10, 1997) was an influential member of the Navajo Nation as member of the Navajo Nation Council. As a member and three term head of the Council's Health and Welfare Committee, she worked to improve the health and education of the Navajo. She was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 1963 by Lyndon B. Johnson as well as the Indian Council Fire Achievement Award and the Navajo Medal of Honor. Recently added by. mkindianmuseum, pinetreeacademy, IPCCLibrary, EgremontLibrary, PrisonLib, IAC. numbers.

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Annie Dodge Wauneka was an influential member of the Navajo Nation as member of the .

Annie Dodge Wauneka was an influential member of the Navajo Nation as member of the Navajo Nation Council. After that she was sent to an Indian school in Albuquerque, New Mexico where she completed grade eleven at the age of 19. She left school to marry George Wauneka, whom she had met in school. After the death of her father in 1946, she became active in tribal politics and became the second woman to be elected to the Tribal Council, after Lilly Neil. I'll Go and Do More: Annie Dodge Wauneka, Navajo Leader and Activist (American Indian Lives).

JOURNEYS TO THE SKELETON HOUSE - Two variations on an American Indian Hopi legend.

ISSN: 2397-9607 Issue 207 In this 207th issue of the Baba Indaba’s Children's Stories series, Baba Indaba narrates the American-Indian story of Djun from the Tlingit tribe on the North West coast of the USA. Djun was an orphan girl and lived off scraps given to her by her late father’s relatives. As such, she was skinny and always hungry and looked down upon for her begging. Books related to THE STORY OF DJUN - An American Indian Children’s Story. PRINCESS BLUEGREEN OF THE SEVEN CITIES - A tale of Atlantis and the Azores. JOURNEYS TO THE SKELETON HOUSE - Two variations on an American Indian Hopi legend.

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Read Kate Chopin's "The Story of an Hour," with an emphasis on Louise's gradual recognition . Yet something even more unthinkable lurks in this story: Louise's growing awareness of the freedom she will have without Brently.

Read Kate Chopin's "The Story of an Hour," with an emphasis on Louise's gradual recognition of her own desire for freedom and the ironic ending. At first, she doesn't consciously allow herself to think about this freedom. The knowledge reaches her wordlessly and symbolically, via the "open window" through which she sees the "open square" in front of her house. Patches of Blue Sky Amid the Clouds. The scene is full of energy and hope.