My People, Myself Paperback – Jan 1 1996
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About the Author
Mary Lawrence was born on the sprawling Vernon Indian Reserve at the head of Okanagan Lake, Mary is plucked from her friendly carefree environment and placed in a cold, regimented residential school. Later she and her siblings are taken from her dysfuntional but loving family and placed in a series of dysfuntional and not-so-loving foster homes. It is a recipie for disaster, affecting her life for the next twenty-odd years. She now lives in Westbank, BC, with her two daughters.
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