On the Rez - Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

Ian Frazier
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Doni De Cory is eager to talk to Frazier about SuAnne, and speaking with intensity, she explains that she and SuAnne were very close. She recalls that SuAnne was a big personality, and concerned with the tribe's future and wishing there were more opportunities on the reservation, she always tried to make them by helping others. Frazier finds that SuAnne is still on a lot of people's minds even years after her death. Rol Bradford, the boys' basketball coach, praises her skill in the sport, but a coach from out of town talks about how patient she was while playing and how she always greeted him, unusual for Indian kids. Other friends and family members recall SuAnne's popularity, mischievousness, modesty and determination, as well as how she stood against racism and stood up for those weaker than herself.

When SuAnne's team lost the state...

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