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Red River

by Lalita Tademy

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Red River by Lalita Tademy
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  • First Published:
    Jan 2007, 432 pages
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    Jan 2008, 420 pages

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Honored in South Carolina

Your Ancestors must be proud of you!
I've read both of your books. I was taken back in history and gone the journey with you and yours. I have never heard of the "Massacre" until I picked up Red River. Your books should be on everyone's personal bookshelf. I will share these with my children as their maturity level grows. I am telling everyone I know about Ms. L. "Ta-Taa-Mee" Williams.
You are superb.
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