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I'll Go and Do More: Annie Dodge Wauneka, Navajo Leader and Activist Hardcover – Apr 1 2001

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Annie Dodge Wauneka - An Example for Us All Aug. 19 2008
By Indian Maid - Published on
Format: Paperback
Annie Dodge Wauneka overcame prejudice against women, Indigenous People, and Dine'. She had the support of a fine man who was happy to stay home and run the ranch and raise their children so that she could make a huge difference in the lives of The People. She travelled and influenced members of Congress and Presidents. Her motto was, "I must go and do more", which she did, because it was hers to do and it needed doing. Every Indigenous female ought to read this book. I think if they did, we'd have fewer problems with domestic abuse, enabling, and alcohol and drug use by males (who start out as boys) and females alike.
Well Written, Interesting Feb. 25 2014
By Barbara Marriott - Published on
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Niethasmmer does an outstanding job of presenting the life of a uniquje women. Years of research enabled her to get close to many Navajo's and come up with a complete story. No one has presented a fasirer, and more indepth study of Wauneka or the Navajo culture.