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CV History: Helen Hunt Jackson, Advocate for American Indians and Author of ‘Ramona,’ Proved One Person Can Make a Difference

Just five years after President Grant affixed his historic signature to the document granting Section 14 (Palm Springs) to the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians, a wrathful woman aroused America with a crusade in behalf of better treatment for all Indians. Her name was Helen Hunt Jackson. —Ed Ainsworth, Golden Checkerboard.
PALM SPRINGS, CA
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Mike Aleman reads "October's Bright Blue Weather" by Helen Hunt Jackson

Mike Aleman is a retired high school and college English teacher. He has published books of poetry (The Chalk Dust Poet) as well as short stories (Adios Mi Abuela). He is a frequent contributor of poetry and stories on KPBX. John Whalen reads "Road Fire" by Dennis Held. By Verne...
SPOKANE, WA
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