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Marilyn Harris
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This Other Eden (1977) is the first of Harris's seven-novel family saga. It is set in eighteenthcentury England against a background of the French Revolution and follows the fortunes of the noble Eden family.

N. Scott Momaday's Pulitzer Prize-winning novel House Made of Dawn (1968) tells the story of Abel, a Native American who grew up on a reservation in New Mexico, fought in World War II, and then returned to the United States and moved to Los Angeles. In Los Angeles, Abel slips away from the Native American culture of his upbringing as he tries to deal with the harshness of modern industrial America.

Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee: An Indian History of the American West (1970), by Dee Alexander Brown, made a huge impact on the American public when it was first published. For the first time it told the story of the Indian wars...

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