Fools Crow: Wisdom and Power

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Council Oak Books, 1991 - Lakota Indians - 203 pages
In this astounding book, Frank Fools Crow, ceremonial chief of the Teton Sioux and one of the greatest Native American holy persons, explains traditions and practices that bring spiritual power to ordinary lives. Mails says of his subject: "No other eminent holy person has ever, or perhaps could ever, so plainly have revealed how he knew what he knew and how he did the things he did".

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Contents

The Old Lord of the Holy Men
9
Little Hollow Bones
30
Bones in Action
46

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About the author (1991)

Thomas E. Mails is also the author of "Mystic Warriors of the Plains" (1972) and "Sun Dancing at Pine Ridge and Rosebud" (1978). His art has been exhibited throughout the West.

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