Where Courage Is like a Wild Horse: The World of An Indian Orphanage

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WHERE COURAGE IS LIKE A WILD HORSE
The World of an Indian Orphanage

Sharon Skolnick (Okee-Chee) and Manny Skolnick

University of Nebraska Press Lincoln and London

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Introduction ix
  • Photo Album 1
  • The Bacone Clothes Line 3
  • Our Very Little "Big Planet" 7
  • In a Field of Horses 13
  • Sitting the Straight and Narrow 18
  • A Dialogue in Tears and Laughter 24
  • Willing Co-Conspirators 29
  • In the Dead Zone 34
  • Soreface Lakoe 41
  • A Dilemma in Black and White 46
  • Through a Veil of Tears 52
  • The "Family" Portrait 56
  • The Wolf Pack Closes In 63
  • To Sleep, Perchance to Dream 68
  • The Horns of a Dilemma 75
  • Guardian Angel with Candelabra 80
  • We Talk of Sundry Things 83
  • The Hounds of Bacone 90
  • I Meet the Master 95
  • When Only an Apache Will Do 99
  • It's Blowing in the Wind 104
  • A Lecture Overheard 111
  • They Don't Even Leave Us Our Hair 116
  • Ice Cream Out of Season 122
  • I Even the Score 128
  • Presents at Parting 133
  • A Problem Solved, a New Life Begun 139
  • Afterword 144
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