Words of Power: Voices from Indian America
Norbert S. Hill, Jr.
Fulcrum Publishing, 1999 - History - 56 pages
A casebound collection of quotes by such prominent figures in Native American history as Kanickhungo, Black Thunder, and Luther Standing Bear relates native views and values on a variety of subjects including child rearing and protecting the environment. IP.
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