Brave are My People: Indian Heroes Not Forgotten

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Swallow Press/Ohio University Press, Jan 1, 1993 - History - 189 pages
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The last book by one of the West's most treasured writers Pontiac, Sequoyah, Geronimo, Sitting Bull, Chief Joseph, and Chief Seattle. These legendary names are familiar even to the uninitiated in Native American history, yet the life stories of these great spiritual leaders have been largely unknown. In this, his last book, internationally celebrated author Frank Waters makes vivid the poignant, humorous, and tragic stories of these neglected and heroic Native Americans. From the brilliant tactical abilities of famed warriors to the eloquent oratory of indigenous philosophers, poets, and statesmen, the profiles in Brave Are My People help correct this error of omission. Now in paperback, Brave Are My People represents a major contribution to Water's remarkable literary journeys through Indian culture.

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The lives of Native American prophets, warriors, statesmen, and orators, including Pontiac, Tecumseh, Sequoyah, Red Cloud, Crazy Horse, and Chief Joseph, are briefly related in Waters's new book ... Read full review

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Deganawidah The Peacemaker
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Massasoit Metacomet
25
Thayendanegea or Joseph Brant
45
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Frank Waters (1902–1995), one of the finest chroniclers of the American Southwest, wrote twenty–eight works of fiction and nonfiction.

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