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26. Dr. Sara Josephine Baker by Caitlind L. Alexander
“Who was Dr. Sara Josephine Baker? Why did she decide to become a doctor in a time when women were just expected to be mothers? How did she save hundreds of thousands of babies? Find out in this book.”
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27. Geronimo, the Gentle Warrior by Caitlind L. Alexander
“When Geronimo was growing up, all he wanted to be was a healer. But then something changed in life. From that point on, he fought. He fought the Mexicans and the white man. What changed Geronimo's life? Why was he one of the last Native Americans to submit to reservation life? Read his story in this book.”
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28. Dull Knife: Cheyenne Chief by Charles A. Eastman
“Read of Dull Knife's life and the Cheyenne way of life in this book.”
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29. Geronimo; His Own Story by Geronimo
“Here, in his own words is the story of one of the fiercest fighting men among Native Americans. Find out what his life was like, and also learn about the customs and laws of the Apache people. Geronimo wrote his autobiography in the last years of his life. It includes his early years, the years of the Apache wars, and the later years of his life. Find out in this book.“
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30. Chief Joseph: Nez Perce Leader by Charles A. Eastman
“Chief Joseph was a young man when the white people entered the Imnaha Valley in Oregon. These were Joseph's ancestral lands. He had promised his father on his death bed that he would not give up these lands. Then the white man said that other Nez Perce had signed a treaty for him. Joseph and his people must leave the valley and go to a reservation, or they would all die. Instead, Joseph decided to lead his people to Canada, and freedom. Here is the story of their flight, and the life of Joseph, leader of the Nez Perce.”
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