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  • Author:
    Claude Clayton Smith
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    0936015012
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    978-0936015019
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    Pocahontas Press; y First printing edition (December 1, 1985)
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    336 pages
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Smith, Claude Clayton, 1944-. General Note: "Told in the words of Chief Big Eagle of the Golden Hill tribe" Jacket. Download book Quarter-acre of heartache, Claude Clayton Smith ; maps by Jacqueline P. Read.

Smith, Claude Clayton, 1944-. Publication, Distribution, et. Blacksburg, Va. Summary, et. Describes the life of the Paugusset Indians of Connecticut and uses the voice of Aurelius Piper, Chief Big Eagle, to recount how their tiny reservation survived a modern legal challenge. Personal Name: Piper, Aurelius, 1916-2008.

Quarter-Acre of Heartache book. The true story of the oldest and smallest Indian reservation in the country, told in the words of Chief Big Eagle of the Golden Hill Tribe, Paugussett Nation. The Chief tells of his legal struggle to save the token parcel of land that is all that remains of the original Paugussett reservation.

Quarter-Acre Of Heartache is a history of the survival of the Golden Hill Tribe in Trumbull Connecticut told in the words of Chief Big Eagle, spokesman for the oldest and smallest Indian reservation in America. A history of injustice unfolds in the words of Big Eagle. Will it continue or will it be reconciled? The victory of building a traditional log cabin on the site of the Golden Hill reservation only comes after incredible legal and personal challenges and delays and more delays.

Golden Hill Reservation (Conn. Indian reservations Connecticut Paugusset Indians Biography.

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The story is told through the words of Chief Big Eagle and documents the legal struggle to save a token parcel of land that is the only remaining part of the original Paugussett reservation established in 1658 in what is now the city of Bridgeport.

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Informationen zum Titel Quarter-Acre of Heartache von Claude Clayton Smith It is not very much room for an Indian nation. This book describes the life of the Paugussett Indians of Connecticut and uses the voice of Aurelius Piper, Chief Big Eagle, to recount how their tiny reservation survived a modern legal challenge.

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A young citizen of the Navajo Nation is suing a public school district and a teacher who allegedly called her a 'bloody Indian' in front of the entire class. A young citizen of the Navajo Nation is suing a public school district and a teacher who allegedly called her a 'bloody Indian' in front of the entire class.

In Australian and New Zealand English, a quarter acre is a term for a suburban plot of land

In Australian and New Zealand English, a quarter acre is a term for a suburban plot of land. Traditionally, Australians and New Zealanders aspired to own a 3- or 4-bedroom house or bungalow on a section of around a quarter of an acre (about 1,000 square metres), also known locally as the Australian Dream or the New Zealand dream. The land was frequently put to use with vegetable gardens, fruit trees, or lawns for family recreation.

'A quarter-acre is all there is left of the oldest Indian reservation in America. It is not very much room for an Indian nation.'

This book describes the life of the Paugussett Indians of Connecticut and uses the voice of Aurelius Piper, Chief Big Eagle, to recount how their tiny reservation survived a modern legal challenge.