Encyclopedia of Native American Healing

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W. W. Norton & Company, 1996 - Medical - 373 pages
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Designed for ease of use with maps, a detailed subject index, an extensive bibliography, and cross references, this book is sure to fascinate anyone interested in Native American culture and heritage.

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Lyon (social welfare, Univ. of Kansas) here offers an excellent overview of shamanic healing, a topic that has been largely ignored in the reference literature. How Native Americans used medicinal ... Read full review


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William S. Lyon, Ph.D., is a research associate at the University of Kansas at Lawrence. Dr. Lyon's field research has concentrated on Native American shamanism and sacred ceremonies.

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