Even Cowgirls Get the Blues - Study Guide Part Three: Chapters 32- 43 (pg 103 - 133) Summary & Analysis

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As Chapter 32 begins, Sissy arrives in the Dakotas in September of 1973. As she gets to her destination, her thumbs are tingling with pleasure. While trying to find the ranch, Sissy meets Mrs. Schrieber, a nosy old woman who is obsessed with Sissy's thumbs. Although Mrs. Schrieber can barely tear her eyes away from the magnificent digits, she manages to give Sissy the history of the area. The ranch used to be owned by the Siwash Tribe, but after World War II, the tribe sold their land off to white farmers. One of the last remaining members was the "Chink" also known as the official Siwash medicine man.

Sissy leaves Mrs Schrieber and continues walking on a dirt road towards the ranch. An angry couple drives past her telling her to avoid visiting the Chink. The couple had...

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