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Pine (1957) Little Sioux Girl by Lois Lenski (1958) A Woman of the People by Benjamin Capps (1966) Higher than the Arrow by Judy Van Der Veer (1969) Valley of the Hawk by Ruth Loomis (1969) Sing Down the Moon by Scott O'Dell (1971) The Sod Turners by Katherine Marko (1971) White Captives by Evelyn Sibley Lampman (1975) Anpao - An American Indian Odyssey by Jamake Highwater (1977) Ghost Fox (A Harvest Book) by James Archibald Houston (1977) The Halo Wind by Judith St.
George (1978) Girl in Buckskin by Dorothy Gilman (1982) Cassie (Sunfire No.
- I particularly recall the issue of burying the trash (decomposing) vs.
dumping it in the river and the Indians viewpoint of it ruining the river whereas the white folks felt it was the best way.
- the Indian girl's grandmother is relevant in this story cause I remember her pretty well.
Setting: - pre-1850 (fairly certain) Definitely before 1900.I recall a similar book where the Indian girl gives the white girl an Indian doll as a gift, and when traveling in her covered wagon the girl holds it up to show some Nat..."No that doesn't, this story (as far as I can recall) was all in the same locale.Do recall the title of the story you are talking about?Highlight('comment_body_usertext')" class="small Text" href="#comment_form" Kiri wrote: "Lisa wrote: "How about one of these two books by Gloria Whelan?Next Spring an Oriole or Night of the Full Moon."Oh those look interesting - but they are published much too late to be what I read..." I figured they were published to late but they did seem similar.Next Spring an Oriole or Night of the Full Moon.\"\n\n Oh those look interesting - but they are published much too late to b..."\n\n' $('comment_body_usertext').value;new Effect.