Up Ghost River a chief's journey through the turbulent waters of Native history
—Metatawabin, Edmund, 1947- author.
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A powerful, raw memoir about the abuse former First Nations chief Edmund Metatawabin endured in residential school in the 1960s. Even as Metatawabin built the trappings of a successful life, he was tormented by horrific memories. In seeking healing, Metatawabin travelled to southern Alberta. There he learned from elders, participated in native cultural training workshops that emphasize the holistic approach to personhood, and finally faced his alcoholism and PTSD. Now his mission is to help the next generation of residential school survivors. Bestseller. Winner of the 2015 Speaker's Book Award. c2014.

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30800 Award winning non-fiction Essais et documents primés
35000 Bestsellers (Non-Fiction) Succès de librairie (documentaires)
40000 Biography Biographies
40500 -- Canadian biography -- Canadiens(biographies)
41500 -- Native peoples biography -- Autochtones(biographies)
53900 Canadian authors (Non-Fiction) Auteurs canadiens (documentaires)
Cree Indians -- Biography.
Indian activists -- Canada -- Biography.
Metatawabin, Edmund, 1947-
Native peoples -- Canada -- Residential schools.
Native peoples -- Canada -- Social conditions.
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Toronto : Alfred A. Knopf Canada, c2014. xvii, 316 pages 9780307399878
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