|The Story of Tom Longboat Jack Batten. school for Native children, which |
Longboat, 12 years old, found so oppressive that he ran away from it after a few
months, never to receive further formal education. In September 1899, one more
in a ...
|Traces Oscar Peterson's rise from being a disadvantaged youth to becoming one of the world's most distinguished jazz pianists, discussing such topics as his battles with racism, illness, and poverty.|