Laughing Whitefish / Traver, Robert

Laughing Whitefish / Traver, Robert

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'Story of Willy Poe, a shy, young lawyer who is a newcomer to Michigan's Upper Peninsula. He takes on the case of a young Chippewa Indian named Laughing Whitefish. At issue is an elemental question of raw justice: can Laughing Whitefish collect a debt owed her father, the late Marji Kawbawgam? She has unimpeachable proof - a tattered document giving Marji a share in the fabulous Jackson iron ore mine to which, years before, he led the white man. But Law and Justice do not always coincide.' Traver - pen name of John D. Voelker was a District Attorney for 14 in the iron mining community of Marquette County, Michigan, and was on the Supreme Court of Michigan. BCE?? / Very Good / Book Club Edition / Publication: McGraw-Hill, New York, 1965 / DJ: Very Good DJ / 312pp / 12mo = 7-9"
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