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"Grandchildren, you asked me about this medal of mine. There is much to be said about it" (Listen, My Grandchildren, p. 1).

"The tip of that thin needle of wood was red with my blood. Before we went over the hill, I dropped it onto the brown earth. Although I had to go away, I could still leave a little of myself behind" (Chapter 1, p. 11).

"Thus it was, grandchildren, that I began my day as Kii Yazhi and ended it as Ned Begay" (Chapter 3, p. 22).

"Our whole world had changed. What was going to happen now?" (Chapter 6, p. 37).

"But there was a problem. They were only accepting men between the ages of seventeen and thirty-two. I was still only fifteen years old" (Chapter 7, p. 43).

"But being Catholic did not mean we would forget the Holy People and our Navajo Way" (Chapter 9, p. 60).

"Code talker. It was the first time...

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