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Looking for Lost Bird A Jewish Woman Discovers Her Navajo Roots Free download ☆ 5 ð In this haunting memoir Yvette Melanson tells of being raised to believe that she was white and Jewish At age forty three she learned that she was a Lost Bird a Navajo child taken against her family's wishes and thaIsh At age forty three she learned that she was a Lost Bird a Navajo child taken against her family. It was the subtitle “A Jewish Woman Discovers her Navajo Roots” that really grabbed my interest in this book It sounds improbable but this is a true story well told Yvette and her twin brother were born on the Navajo Reservation of Indian parents but were stolen from the hospital and sold on the black market Separated from her brother Yvette was adopted by a well to do Jewish couple in Florida Until her adoptive other died life was smooth for Yvette but her adoptive father turned against her and she was out on her own Contacted tears later by her Navajo sister on the Internet Yvette and her husband and two daughters pulled up their roots in Maine and drove to Arizona to live on the reservation This story has its share of coincidences but it rings true and I learned a lot about life on an Indian Reservation in the twentieth century Eventually they find the twin brother as well

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's wishes and that her grieving birth mother had never stopped looking for her until the day she di. Minnie Bob and her brother Bob Minnie adopted at birth find their way home to the Navajo reservation A first person narrative story told by Claire Safran in a comfortable style I was fascinated by the poverty overall family feeling personal determination to succeed and general personal gutsiness of Yvette as she clambers through several years of struggles to become comfortable with being a NavajoI'm looking forward to finding The Lost Child movie

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Looking for Lost Bird A Jewish Woman Discovers Her Navajo RootsIn this haunting memoir Yvette Melanson tells of being raised to believe that she was white and Jew. This book didn't grab me as much as I thought it would while an interesting premise the book came to no conclusions Not sure if the issue is that I am recovering from illness and my overall sense of malaise is interfering with my level of interest or if personal narrative is difficult and this book was written at at time when Yvette was still discovering her story