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Nineteen Hundred and Ninety-Two Chiggers L. Stokes

Nineteen Hundred and Ninety-Two

Chiggers L. Stokes

Published July 1st 2006
ISBN : 9780978694104
Paperback
328 pages
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In this researched and even paced tale, the town of LaPush becomes the focal point of political unrest for many non-white Americans. LaPush is a small Native American reservation on the rugged coastline of the Olympic Peninsula in Washington State.MoreIn this researched and even paced tale, the town of LaPush becomes the focal point of political unrest for many non-white Americans. LaPush is a small Native American reservation on the rugged coastline of the Olympic Peninsula in Washington State. There is bloodshed, as outside forces push LaPush into a head-on collision with the military arm of the United States. Those wanting peace, as well as those wanting justice, find themselves in the fox holes of violent conflict. Descendants of warriors and whalers, the Quileute Tribe of todays LaPush have an uneasy truce with the U.S. government. They proudly assert their sovereignty. In the rhythms of their drum circles, one hears the cadence of a tribe expressing its cultural history in the heroic march of its people. There is a spiritual tone to this fictional story that comes to us through the authors realistic depiction of seemingly authentic events. The story is very exciting and action packed. It is spun from the wool of history and woven upon a loom of present day situations. What is fiction today, born in the mind of Chiggers Stokes, might be a matter of fact to be read in the headlines of tomorrow.