A Circle of Nations: Voices and Visions of American Indians
Beyond Words Pub., 1993 - Social Science - 128 pages
A stunning anthology of original essays and photographs by 20 American Indian writers and photographers includes the works of Gabriel Horn and Simon Ortiz. Celebrates the depth and diversity of contemporary Native American life. 80 photos, 40 in color. Media tour.
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