Lucille Morrissey: June’s mother and Marie Kashpaw’s sister who died in the woods.
The Morrissey: A Lazarre who is also June’s father.
“The old one”: A Lazarre who brings June to Marie Kashpaw.
In 1948, June Morrissey is brought to Marie Kashpaw’s door, just as June’s son Lipsha would be brought later. Marie Kashpaw already has too many children, but the story of June surviving alone by eating pine sap touches her, so she takes in her sister’s child. The girl is gaunt and has a bead...
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