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The Flight of Red Bird: The Life of Zitkala-Sa Chapter Summary & Analysis - The Uintah Reservation 1903 to 1916: Mrs. And Mrs. Raymond Bonnin Summary

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The Uintah Reservation 1903 to 1916: Mrs. And Mrs. Raymond Bonnin Summary and Analysis

In Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bonnin, Zitkala-Sa and Raymond moved to the Uintah Reservation in Utah to teach. The Indian children were still treated badly. The government ignored requests for help. Malnutrition was a problem with the Utes, who once killed and grew their own fresh food. Now they relied on government rations of unhealthy food. Zitkala-Sa and Raymond had a three year-old son named Ohiya. Raymond fought for the Utes and questioned the white man. He wanted the government to give the Utes money for the land given to the government. The government had taken two million acres from the Indians. Zitkala-Sa chose the right man and was happy, but three years later, she was unhappy.

There was no justice for the Indians. The Utes won a settlement...

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