Little White Squaw : A White Woman's Story of Abuse, Addiction and Reconciliation. 1st ed

By: NASH, Eve Mills and Kenneth HARVEY HARVEY, Kenneth

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NASH, Eve Mills and Kenneth HARVEY. Little White Squaw : A White Woman's Story of Abuse, Addiction and Reconciliation. Vancouver: Prospect Books, (2002). First Edition. Pp. 425. Large 8vo, ill. card covers. Born into a poor working-class family in rural New Brunswick, Eve Mills Nash had always felt a special kinship with people in the Native community that lived near-by. Her struggles with achoholism, suicide attempts and failed marriages, led her to seek help fromNative elders and wilderness retreats. She is the editorof the Micmac/Maliseet Institute Newsletter, published by the University o f New Brunswick. Corners bent, else vg. 12.00

Title: Little White Squaw : A White Woman's Story of Abuse, Addiction and Reconciliation. 1st ed

Author Name: NASH, Eve Mills and Kenneth HARVEY HARVEY, Kenneth

Categories: 41,

Publisher: Prospect Books, 2002,:

Seller ID: 52736

Keywords: NATIVE MICMAC MI'KMAQ NEW BRUNSWICK ADDICTION WOMEN BIOGRAPHY ,