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“He can talk on paper, too”: Sarah Winnemucca, an intellectuelle numa engagée





Controversial personality of the Native American history of the second half of the 19th century, Sarah Winnemucca can be construed as the archetype of the committed Native American intellectual. In a short life etched by tensions between ideals and disappointments, indigenous traditions and compliance to Euro-American knowledge, she used all possible means of expression to denounce colonial violence and promote education (a core value in Native American societies) as a way of peaceful coexistence.

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