Mary Golda Ross worked on many classified projects as a twentieth-century aerospace engineer - and much of what she did remains a secret to this day. Yet her work was of tremendous importance to the US space program, and she broke barriers as a Cherokee woman in a male-dominated field. Discover the story of how a math-loving girl form northeast Oklahoma blazed a trail for herself and others, drawing on traditional Cherokee values throughout her career.
With engrossing prose and striking illustrations, acclaimed Cherokee author Traci Sorell and award-winning Metis illustrator Natasha Donavan present a compelling portrait of the life and work of Mary Golda Ross.
Autographed by both author and illustrator.