Set in Southern California shortly after the Mexican-American War, Helen Hunt Jackson's "Ramona" is the fictional story of its title character, a part Scottish and part Indian orphan girl who endures great discrimination while growing up in the late 1800s. Immensely popular when first published in 1884, "Ramona" is a timeless story of the discrimination that people of different cultures have endured throughout history exemplified by the conflict of cultures between Mexican, American, and Indian cultures that occurred in Southern California at the end of the 19th century.

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