OUT OF PRINT This title is no longer available from the publisher. I Walk in Two Worlds is the autobiography of Eleanor Brass, a Cree/Saulteaux woman born on the Peepeekisis Reserve in Saskatchewan in 1905. Brass describes her early childhood memories growing up on a farm and attending Indian boarding school. She documents her residential school experiences including physical and emotional abuses. At nineteen she married Hector Brass from the File Hills Colony. They moved to Regina where she held several jobs and helped to found the Regina Friendship Centre. Throughout her life Brass has worked for her people in the Friendship Centre movement and as a columnist. The book includes several of her weekly columns for the Regina newspaper. Archival photographs and an index add to the value of this book about the life of a Native woman from western Canada. The biography is important because it recounts a First Nation woman's experiences with racism and discrimination and how she overcame many obstacles in her life. This title is an authorized teaching resource for Alberta Education grade 10, 11 and 12 high school courses.