This extraordinarily popular novel weaves together romance, history, and a passionate protest against the oppression of Native Americans in the 1800s. Termed the Uncle Tom's Cabin of the southwestern Indians and the first protest novel of California, the story vividly portrays three cultures-Indian, Mexican, and Anglo-locked in combat. The reading by Boots Martin is fascinating listening both for its dramatic story and for its importance in history.
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"Jackson's tale of early California provides an important look at Indian, Anglo and Mexican cultures. High marks to narrator Martin, whose resonant, mature voice suits the story and the characters perfectly. R.F.W. (c)AudioFile, Portland, Maine"
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