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The girl who chased away sorrow : the diary of Sarah Nita, a Navajo girl / by Ann Turner.

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Sprague Public Library - Baltic JUV FIC TURNE (Text to phone) 33680000016032 Juvenile Fiction Available -

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Summary, etc.:
The narrator describes her experiences as her Navajo tribe is forced to relocate by the U.S. Army in 1864 New Mexico.
Sarah Nita uses her education at the white man's school to write down her grandmother's account of the Long Walk of 1864, during which the Navajo people were driven off their land and forced by soldiers to take refuge in Fort Sumner.
Target Audience Note:
5-8 Follett Library Resources
5.6 Follett Library Resources
4-6 Baker & Taylor
5-8
Study Program Information Note:
Accelerated Reader AR 5.1 5.0 32208
Subject: Navajo girls > Social conditions > Juvenile fiction.
Navajo Indians > Relocation > Juvenile fiction.
Navajo Indians > History > Juvenile fiction.
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008981014s1999 nyu j 000 1 eng
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1001 . ‡aTurner, Ann Warren.
24514. ‡aThe girl who chased away sorrow : ‡bthe diary of Sarah Nita, a Navajo girl / ‡cby Ann Turner.
260 . ‡aNew York : ‡bScholastic, ‡c1999.
300 . ‡a200 p. ; ‡c20 cm.
440 0. ‡aDear America
520 . ‡aThe narrator describes her experiences as her Navajo tribe is forced to relocate by the U.S. Army in 1864 New Mexico.
520 . ‡aSarah Nita uses her education at the white man's school to write down her grandmother's account of the Long Walk of 1864, during which the Navajo people were driven off their land and forced by soldiers to take refuge in Fort Sumner.
5212 . ‡a5-8 ‡bFollett Library Resources
5210 . ‡a5.6 ‡bFollett Library Resources
5212 . ‡a4-6 ‡bBaker & Taylor
5212 . ‡a5-8
5260 . ‡aAccelerated Reader AR ‡c5.1 ‡d5.0 ‡z32208
650 0. ‡aNavajo girls ‡xSocial conditions ‡vJuvenile fiction.
650 0. ‡aNavajo Indians ‡xRelocation ‡vJuvenile fiction.
650 0. ‡aNavajo Indians ‡xHistory ‡vJuvenile fiction.
898 . ‡aJuvenile ‡aJuvenile
901 . ‡aocm40150671 ‡bUnknown ‡c1428 ‡tbiblio ‡sOCLC

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