22 Miles Home
This is the powerful true story of a young Dene girl on the Yukon Alaska border who runs away from the priest picking her up for residential school 600 miles away from home. It may be printed for personal use only, and cannot be further reprinted without the permission of the author who you may contact through email@example.com. If you appreciated this story, please consider contacting the author to learn how you might offer support. This story does not have a creative commons licence. Thank you.
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