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FROM WARRIORS TO SOLDIERS: The History of Native American Service in the United States Military Paperback – August 7, 2008

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Gary Robinson, a writer and filmmaker of Cherokee and Choctaw descent, has spent twenty-five years working with American Indian communities to tell the stories of native people. He lives in the central California coast region.Phil Lucas (1942?2007) worked tirelessly during his life to tell the true stories of Native Americans in film and television. His inspirational, ground-breaking work revealed the struggles and accomplishments of contemporary native peoples in ways few others have.

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Gary Robinson was born in Dallas, Texas, in 1950. He is a writer and filmmaker of Choctaw and Cherokee Indian descent. For the past 25 years, he has participated in the production of more than 100 educational, informational, training and documentary television projects, primarily on Native American topics. His first non-fiction book, From Warriors to Soldiers, was published in 2008. Most recently he helped launch the first series of short fictional books for teens called the Pathfinders series. Published by 7th Generation/Native Voices Books, this book series features American Indian main characters and plots. He currently lives in central California near Santa Barbara.

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