Dine Tah: My Reservation Days 1923-1939
In this engaging memoir, Alwin "Rusty" Girdner tells the story of his childhood on the Navajo Reservation during the early 20th century. Girdner is the son of Plymouth Brethren missionaries who lived in the remote Four Corners area. He spent much of his first eighteen years among the Navajos, and recalls his experiences, immersed in their culture and way of life.
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