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A researcher, author, and speaker, vehoae has a deep interest in non-revisionist history and primary documents.
After a career with the USDA that began in her hometown of Washington, D.C., vehoae retired and now lives in Oklahoma. She has continued her decades-long research, writing, and speaking, with a deep interest in non-revisionist history and primary documents. Her non-fiction work, Conscience: Breaching Social Amnesia, was published in 2011 by 4RV Publishing, followed by a historical novel, Pahutchae's Pouch, released in November 2018.
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"A helpful and concise compendium using important primary sources, Conscience: Breaching Social Amnesia is a valuable read for anyone interested in the social and political attitudes that comprise the real truth of American history." ~ Rilla Askew, award-winning author of The Mercy Seat, Fire in Beulah, and many more.