How a people die / Alan Fry.
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- ISBN: 9781550171068
- ISBN: 1550171062
- Physical Description: 207 pages ; 23 cm.
- Publisher: Madeira Park BC : Harbour, 1994.
- Copyright: ©1994.
|Formatted Contents Note:||
Introduction -- How a People Die -- Afterword: Who Are These People We Call Indians?
"It's Saturday morning on the Kwatsi Reserve. The citizens are red-eyed and bleary, their shabby houses littered with empty bottles. But this Saturday is different. Last night while her parents partied, a baby girl died in her crib, her body crusted with filth and sores. RCMP Corporal Thompson stirs up a hornet's nest when he charges the infant's parents with criminal neglect. But who, or what, really killed Annette Joseph? 'Tell us how a people die,' one character says, 'and we can tell you how a people live.'"-- back cover.
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