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Projects survivors write new history in new book Called Home: The RoadMap
GREENFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS (2016) --- Blue
Hand Books Collective in Western Massachusetts has published a second edition
of CALLED HOME: The RoadMap Vol. 2 [in the Lost
Children of the Indian Adoption Projects book series]. This edition has been revised and updated
with a new book cover. It includes a new
essay The RoadMap: DNA and ICWA,
devoted to those adoptees still searching, offering tips on how to open sealed adoption
files, how to use DNA tests and the services of search angels, and how the
recently-revised Indian Child Welfare Act of 1978 could help them.