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Sister to the Sioux (Second Edition)
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Bears witness to a critical and tragic era in Lakota history and reveals the frequently contradictory attitudes of outsiders drawn to them

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Kay Graber is also the editor of Standing Bear and the Ponca Chiefs, available in a Bison Books edition. Theodore D. Sargent is a professor emeritus at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst and is completing a biography of Elaine Goodale Eastman.

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"[Sister to the Sioux] is of value to historians and anthropologists for a wealth of information useful in shading in the era of Lakota reservation life during the 1880s."--Western Historical Quarterly "We must be impressed by this talented woman who gave herself so completely to the people she chose to serve. Her story is fascinating, a real contribution to the history of the period."--American Indian Quarterly

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