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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 2002 Velma Wallis, a member of the Gwich'in Tribe, has become Alaska's most popular living author. Sales of Wallis' book "Two Old Women" have surpassed one million copies, with most support coming internationally. The book has sold a quarter million in the United States. Wallis has a new book out about her childhood and life called "Raising Ourselves." Get the Story:
Sales of 'Two Old Women' break million-copy mark (The Anchorage Daily News 10/30) Related Stories:
Author hopes memoir will bring change (10/25) Books by Velma Wallis:
Raising Ourselves: A Gwich'in Coming of Age Story from the Yukon River (US$13.97)
Two Old Women: An Alaska Legend of Betrayal, Courage and Survival (US$8.80)
Bird Girl and the Man Who Followed the Sun: An Athabaskan Legend from Alaska River (US$10.36)
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