|aThe roads of my relations :|bstories /|cby Devon A. Mihesuah.
|aTucson :|bUniversity of Arizona Press,|cc2000.
|a235 p. :|bill. ;|c24 cm.
|aSun tracks ;|vv. 44.
|aMy house -- Mama and papa -- Crow witches -- Hattak fullih nipi foni: the bonepicker -- Uncle Ellis -- Ishtaboli -- Moving -- Clyde Lee -- Our lost sister -- Corsets and husbands -- Iyup: the son-in-law -- Ghosts of war -- Bad luck -- The deaf lawyer -- The death of Matthias Lamb -- My life -- My horse -- The Tamfuller Man -- Kowi Annukasha: the little people -- Reggie the anthropologist -- Romy and George -- Eternal owls.
|aChronicles the lives of several generations of a close-knit Choctaw family as they are forced from their traditional homeland in nineteenth-century Mississippi and endure unspeakable sorrows during their journey before settling in southeastern Oklahoma.
|aMihesuah, Devon A.|q(Devon Abbott),|d1957-|tRoads of my relations