Zitkala-Sa or Gertrude Bonnin
She was a half Indian girl who grew up on the Yankton reservation surrounded by her mother's love and affection.
She was an Indian woman from the Yankton reservation who did not speak or read in English, and kept to the reservation her entire life.
She was Gertrude's friend on the Yankton reservation and at White's boarding school.
She was Gertrude's friend at White's boarding school whom the headmistress beat for playing in the snow.
He was Gertrude's half-brother who went to boarding school, but eventually returned to the reservation.
She was David's wife who disapproved of Gertrude attending a white college.
Richard Henry Pratt
He was an army captain who believed in the idea of taking Indian infants away from their parents.
He was Gertrude's first fiancé who died of the measles.
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