Cynthia Black – Review of Conscience: Breaching Social Amnesia

Cynthia Black

“vehoae has uncovered the truth concerning the “facts” most people think they know about the history of our country in relation to the Native Tribes.  vehoae presents the truth by going back and citing from original primary sources.  The author has a definite point of view but is neither strident nor off-putting while having her say.  By providing an abundance of footnotes and an extensive bibliography, the reader can be sure of the real truth, not the revisionist  … [history].

The author has a style of writing that holds the reader’s attention with a conversational tone and flow that is seldom found in works of nonfiction.”

Cynthia Black, Library Technician, Oklahoma Dept. of Libraries


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