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People in the book

Trickster Readers may remember the colorful, boufant-toupeed ex-Congressman Jim Traficant, who appears in the book's Epilogue: expelled from Congress by a 420-1 vote, sentenced to seven years in prison, welcomed home by a crowd of 1200 at Mr. Anthony's Banquet Hall in September 2009.

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Eileen Kane's Father - Trickster, An Anthropological Memoir - www.trickster.ieDear Eileen,

 

Many of the Paiute people in Trickster: an anthropological memoir, are composites, amalgams of people on the two Yerington Paiute reservations in 1964.

People in the Book: 

 

Letters from Mother - www.trickster.ieDear Eileen,

Eileen Kane's Father - Trickster, An Anthropological Memoir - www.trickster.ieDear Eileen,

In this section, I hope to have stories about people who appear in Trickster, or just about people from that time period-from the Numa, from Youngstown, and from Yerington. Here are a few photos of some of the people.  You're invited to contribute pictures or stories. I'll start off with a story about my father, who worked in a mill in Youngstown all his life.

 

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