William W. Warren: The Life, Letters, and Times of an Ojibwe Leader is a recent release from University of Nebraska Press that provides a biography of William Warren (1825-1853). This mixed-race man lived a brief but important life as an interpreter, historian and legislator. Drawing on original documents such as letters written by William Warren, the author has compiled a fascinating history of the life and times of this controversial man. The book describes Warren's childhood, his education, his efforts as a legislator, and his role in the Removal of 1850. This is a fine introduction to the life of William Warren, author of the History of the Ojibway published in 1885.