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First published in 1907, Old Indian Days is a collection of stories about the Sioux of the Upper Midwest. Charles A. Eastman writes about the traditional life of his people, their culture, customs, family relations, and struggle for survival in stories like The Love of Antelope, The Madness of Bald Eagle, and The Singing Spirit. The Peace-Maker is the tale of a Sioux woman who bravely acts against the consumption of whiskey, while Blue Sky and She-Who-Has-a-Soul are further female heroes who make peace between tribes and races. The stories of Winona, reveal the daily life of Indian women, their rearing and education.

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