Northwestern Native Writers Part I: Hoopa Valley High School

Grant-Jackson, Marlette
April 2004
News from Native California;Spring2004, Vol. 17 Issue 3, p29
Showcases the writings and drawings of several Indian students from Hoopa Valley High School in California. Jessica Allen; Fawn Bussell; Maymi Preston.


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