Living In Two Worlds

A GWICH'IN WOMAN TELLS HER TRUE STORY
  • Published: January 2010
  • Format: Perfect Bound Softcover(B/W)
  • Pages: 312
  • Size: 6x9
  • ISBN: 9781426911262
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The story of an aboriginal woman born on the trap line near Tsiigehtchic, Northwest Territories, 1935. See life on the land through Terry's young eyes Travel by dog team with her grandparents who adopted her. You will understand how she felt loved living in the remote wilderness . She lived with all that was wild and free. Never lacking anything she had fresh air,sky,hills,valleys,rivers,lakes,nature and animals. Her people were rich in traditional food, good health and freedom. Maps,pictures illustrations legends,and stories make the north come alive The reader learns, of the values and spiritual teachings, they taught her to respect. We learn of her sadness and losses in Residential School. Here nuns and priests were unsuccessful trying to break Terry's cultural spirit The experiences she had through spousal abuse, many women goes through. Terry here speaks out against violence, unfairness and injustice. Despite many illnesses and obstacles she was determined to win, no matter what. Writing this book, caring and respecting one another's beliefs and culture is Terry life dream . Learn Respect for Land, Water, Nature and all life on it, so our children and future generations will enjoy Mother Earth. Find inspiration in Terry’s message of personal courage.

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