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Indian No More by
Call Number: PZ 7.5 .W28 Oth 2019
Publication Date: 2019-09-24
In this moving middle-grade novel, drawing upon Umpqua author Charlene Willing McManis's own tribal history, Regina must find out: Who is Regina Petit? Is she Indian, American, or both? And will she and her family ever be okay?
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