Morning the Sun Went Down

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Author : Darryl Babe Wilson

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Born into the Achumawi and Atusgewi tribes (often called the Pit River Nation) of northeastern California, Darryl Babe Wilson’s early years were spent with his parents and eight brothers and sisters, in a world still rich in Indian tradition, feeling, and language. Through this compelling autobiography, we experience both the beauty of the Indian world and the deep tragedies of his young life, and celebrate his triumphant journey to adulthood. Wilson has blended Native American myths with stories of youthful innocence and experience to produce a richly textured, lyrical, and unforgettable memoir.

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