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" What are the fruits of silence?" he will say: 'They are selfcontrol, true courage or endurance, patience, dignity, and reverence. Silence is the cornerstone of character. "
The Book of Woodcraft and Indian Lore - Page 510
by Ernest Thompson Seton - 1921 - 590 pages
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The Soul of the Indian

Charles Alexander Eastman - Indians of North America - 1911 - 168 pages
...is the corner-stone of character." " Guard your tongue in youth," said the old chief, Wabasha w, " and in age you may mature a thought that will be of service to your people!" The moment that man conceived of a perfect body, supple, symmetrical, graceful, and enduring in...
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The Book of Woodcraft

Ernest Thompson Seton - Camping - 1921 - 590 pages
...Silence is the cornerstone of character." " Guard your tongue in youth," said the old Chief Wabasha, "and in age you may mature a thought that will be of service tc your people! " (" The Soul of the Indian," by Ohiyesa, pp. BQ-QO.) THE INDIAN BABES IN THE WOODS...
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The Southern Workman, Volume 40

Samuel Chapman Armstrong - African Americans - 1912
...and warfare, self-control and silence. "' Guard your tongue in youth,' said the old chief Wabasha, N and in age you may mature a thought that will be of service to your people.' " The story is revived of Chief Crow Dog, who, in 1881, sentenced to death by a South Dakota court,...
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First People, First Voices

Penny Petrone - History - 1984 - 221 pages
...be silent at times. Silence was regarded as the cornerstone of character. As Chief Wabasha stated, 'Guard your tongue in youth and in age you may mature...a thought that will be of service to your people.' Traditional Indian education was inextricably linked with economics. Learning was for living - for...
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The Winged Serpent: American Indian Prose and Poetry

Margot Astrov - Social Science - 1946 - 366 pages
...Silence is the cornerstone of character." 128 "Guard your tongue in youth," said the old chief, Wabashaw, "and in age you may mature a thought that will be of service to your people!" From Charles Alexander Eastman, The Soul of the Indian. Eastman (Ohiyesa) was born near Redwood Falls,...
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The Wisdom of the Native Americans: Including The Soul of an Indian and ...

Kent Nerburn - Social Science - 2010 - 240 pages
A collection of writings, orations, and observations on life and the natural world from revered Native Americans, distilled into short, essential quotes.
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The Little Giant Encyclopedia of Proverbs

David Macfarlane - Reference - 2001 - 511 pages
...Empty not your soul to everybody and do not diminish thereby your importance. Ancient Egyptian Guard your tongue in youth, and in age you may mature...a thought that will be of service to your people. Sioux Never help a person who doesn't help anybody else. Hopi Thoughts are like arrows: once...
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The Soul of an Indian: And Other Writings from Ohiyesa (Charles Alexander ...

Kent Nerburn - History - 2010 - 96 pages
The writings of Ohiyesa, an esteemed Native American educated in white culture, containing insights into spirituality, the human experience, and the Native American culture.
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A Cherokee Feast of Days: Many Moons

Joyce Sequichie Hifler - Philosophy - 2002 - 412 pages
...with full determination and find someone strong to agree with you. And don't forget to say thanks. Guard your tongue in youth, and in age you may mature a thought that will be of servite to your people. CHIEF WABASHAW, DAKOTA In the quiet of the midnight hour, fear will assail...
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The Soul of the Indian

Charles Alexander Eastman - History - 2003 - 64 pages
...Silence is the corner-stone of character." "Guard your tongue in youth," said the old chief, Wabashaw, "and in age you may mature a thought that will be of sendee to your people!" The moment that man conceived of a perfect body, supple, symmetrical, graceful,...
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