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In this Issue: The story of the All-American Girls Softball League; Raymond Hagen's memoir of growing up on Washington Island; The story of "Stambaugh's Treaty" between the Menomonee nation and the New York Indians, a group of seven Indian nations from New York who had been forced west; and a book excerpt from "Obreros Unidos: The Roots and Legacy of the Farmworkers Movement."