Hidden heritage : the story of Paul LaRoche
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- ISBN: 1592981356 (pbk.)
- ISBN: 9781592981359 (pbk.)
xviii, 231 p. ; ill., maps, geneal. table ; 23 cm.
- Publisher: Edina, Minn. : Beaver's Pond Press, c2006.
|Bibliography, etc. Note:||Includes bibliographical references (p. -231).|
|Summary, etc.:||Adopted as a baby, Paul Summers grew up in the white, middle-class Minnesota community of Worthington. With the discovery of some paperwork in an old desk, he was able to trace his roots to the Lower Brule Sioux Reservation in South Dakota, where he came to know his birth family and learned of his Native American heritage. Taking the name of his birth parents (LaRoche), he formed a band, and began to write music that bridges the cultures of both his white and Native American families.|
Barbara Marshak is a freelance writer and author with over 100 published articles and stories. Her essays can be found in Groovy Chicks, Cup of Comfort, and Godâs Way, among others. She has also written for national and regional periodicals, including Guideposts, Minnesota Monthly, and Lake Country Journal. In 2006 she was selected as a featured author in Bylines. A native of Minnesota, Barbara and her husband, John, reside in the Twin Cities and have a blended family of six children.
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