Ramona our history, our legacy

Photo courtesy of the Ramona BowlThe 1928 movie poster of “Ramona” starring Dolores Del Rio. The film was thought to have been lost. However, a copy was located in the Czech Republic in 2010 and loaned to the Library of Congress so a digital copy could be created. ■ Ramona Bowl / Contributed When Helen Hunt Jackson wrote her story “Ramona,” she intended it to be a tale of injustice and the abuse of the Native Americans. Little did she know that it would turn out to be one of the most enduring love stories of the 20th century. Biographer Ruth Odell wrote of Jackson, “Her contact with the Indians set-off

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