By Molly Curtis,Darryl Babe Wilson
For all of her memories, outdated recipes, and legends, this is often additionally a narrative of transition for Lela Rhoades, her Achumawi humans, and for local California mostly. right here, Rhoades walks the road among culture and alter, looking at the land and searching rights of her humans vanish, telling construction tales that mix either Coyote and Jesus, and recounting her marriage to a white rancher. Come, sit on the toes of Lela Rhoades, and hear the energy and wonder of her world.
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Lela Rhoades, Pit River Woman by Molly Curtis,Darryl Babe Wilson