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Two obvious unanswered questions might be: what Sequoya is wearing on his head, and why is his name often spelled differently from book to book.
Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. Kathleen Thompson (Author), Jan Gleiter (Author). Two obvious unanswered questions might be: what Sequoya is wearing on his head, and why is his name often spelled differently from book to book. Alice Marriott's Sequoyah: Leader of the Cherokees (Random, 1956; . provides a much more complete biography. Although full of fictionalized dialogue, Dorothea Snow's Sequoyah: Young Cherokee Guide (Bobbs Merril, 1960; . places the man in his historical context.
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She has worked the past twenty years in education and publishing. She was also cofounder of a Chicago educational development house, Sense and Nonsense, Inc. Библиографические данные. Oklahoma Portrait of America, Kathleen Thompson.
Kathleen Thompson (born September 12, 1946) is an American feminist, writer, and activist. She was first known for co-authoring with Andra Medea the feminist classic Against Rape (Farrar, Straus, 1974), the book that broke the silence about rape not only in the United States, but around the world. She exposed the American diet industry's exploitation of women in Feeding on Dreams (MacMillanUSA, 1994), written with psychologist Diane Pinkert Epstein.
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Kathleen Thompson Norris. Tells the story of a mother who knows how to teacher her children the real richness of life. Mother is a romance by Kathleen Norris, one of the most successful women writers of the first decades of the 20th century
Kathleen Thompson Norris. Burgoyne, a widow reputed to be of great wealth, comes with her two little girls to live in Santa Paloma, where her example works such a revolution among the town's pleasure-seeking and money-loving wives that when they have at last found out that Mrs. Burgoyne is not a rich woman, after all, her simple habits and refined tastes. Mother is a romance by Kathleen Norris, one of the most successful women writers of the first decades of the 20th century. The story was published in 1911 and it was the first out of the 75 novels by the author.
Kathleen Thompson is an author and activist, born on September 12, 1946 in Chicago, Illinois. She grew up in Oklahoma City before relocating to Chicago at the age of nineteen. Her first book was Against Rape, a feminist classic co-authored with Andra Medea and published by Farrar, Straus & Giroux in 1974. She then wrote more than a hundred books for children and young adults, mostly nonfiction. She also co-founded The Commons Theatre in Chicago and had eight plays produced there and in New York and other cities.
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Thompson went on to become a star athlete and football coach-a Cherokee legend whose story is remembered .
Thompson went on to become a star athlete and football coach-a Cherokee legend whose story is remembered by many and is now finally told for a wider audience. Following gridiron fame at Northeastern State College, Thompson returned to Sequoyah Vocational School in 1947 as Boys’ Coach and Advisor. More than a thousand boys attended the boarding school during the eleven years he coached there. Writing for readers old and young, Patti Dickinson tells the inspiring story of how this one man made a difference in the lives of a generation of Indian youth.