A fictional tale of Mina Mallory and her lifelong dedication to a nearly abandoned Indian graveyard deep in the woods of northern Michigan.
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Tracking down an interesting rumor that she had heard in the small town where she was recovering from a recent divorce, Nora Kern Foster, a freelance writer, met Mina Mallory, the person who would not only provide her with an interesting story but also a whole new outlook on life.
Mina is a combination of all our forefathers, her strength, determination, loyalty, and love of family is what made this country the wonderful homeland it is today.
As with any birth there is pain and struggle and the forging of our country was no exception, but the ultimate goal is to rise above the hate, the inhumanity, and all live as members of one great family
In a perfect world the end of this tale would be true, but sadly it is not. We are just beginning to realize how important it is to preserve the heritage of all people.
We have violated millions upon millions of Native American grave sites in the name of progress, gathered relics from the desecrated holy ground and displayed them in our museums and in our homes. The bones of fathers, mothers, grandfathers, grandmothers, and God help us, the bones of children.