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South of the Sunset An Interpretation of Sacajawea The Indian Girl That Accompanied Lewis and Clark, Claire Warner Churchill

Author Name    Claire Warner Churchill

Title   South of the Sunset An Interpretation of Sacajawea The Indian Girl That Accompanied Lewis and Clark

Binding   Hardcover

Book Condition   Very Good

Jacket Condition   Fair

Type   Book

Edition   First Edition

Publisher    Rufus Rockwell Wilson 1936

Illustrator   Agnes C Lehman

Seller ID   016417

Hardcover. Rufus Rockwell Wilson, 1936, first edition. In very good condition, inscription on front endpaper, pages toning, glue shows through endpapers. DJ is fair, chips, tears, and small edge pieces missing, protected in mylar cover. Canoe Launcher, or Sacajawea as she hs come down to us in history, was a Shoshone Indian slave captured by the Minnetarres. She grew up with them but always here eyes wer fixed with longing on her Shoshone home, south of the sunset.

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