Midwest Book Review "Daughters of Two Nations" is a compressed, illustrated collection of excellent thumbnail biographies of nine historically notable women of Native American descent who changed North American history from the 18th century to the present. A great deal of colonial and pre-colonial history of North American tribal cultures is revealed in these condensed biographies. . . Each chapter biography is adorned with a carefully researched, captivating color painting of the subject by noted artist Carolyn Dee Flores. Narratives of these amazing women read like exciting adventure stories, with real blood, tears and hardship embroidering the pages . . . "Daughters of Two Nations" is both an entertaining reading experience and an eye-opening education in Native American history.