Healers on the Mountain/and Other Myths of Native American Medicine: Traditional Native American Stories for Cleansing, Healing, Testing, and Preserv
Native American stories with the power to heal"Healers on the Mountain shows that Teresa Pijoan is a storyteller who is both aware and respectful of the sacred and healing dimensions of the old traditional tales". -- Joseph Bruchac"This collection provides myths and observations which promote not only good tales, but strong insights into Native belief systems". -- Midwest Book Review
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