Lucille Jerry Winnie on Native American Authors

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Lucille Jerry Winnie (Sah-gan-de-oh), 1905-



Lucille Jerry Winnie was born in Oklahoma and raised on reservations in Oklahoma and Montana. After seven years at the Haskell Institute in Lawrence, Kansas, Winnie became a teacher for the U.S. Indian Service. In 1963 she became director of arts and crafts on the Northern Cheyenne Reservation in Montana, where she helped the people become economically independent.


Books by Lucille Jerry Winnie:

Winnie, Lucille Jerry. Sah-Gan-De-Oh: the chief’s daughter.
New York : Vantage Press, 1969.
Genre: Autobiography
Language: English

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