I Become Part of it: Sacred Dimensions in Native American Life

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D. M. Dooling, Paul Jordan-Smith
HarperSanFrancisco, 1992 - Religion - 291 pages
"A striking collection of essays about Native American spiritual tradition, complemented by relevant retold or preserved Native American tales. . . . An important and unusually accessible contribution to our understanding of Native American spirituality".--Kirkus Reviews.

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This collection of stories and essays offers welcome relief from the flood of pseudo-Indian spirituality cluttering libraries and bookstores. Introduced by poet/editor Joseph Bruchac, a leader in the ... Read full review

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Introduction
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Joseph Bruchac
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The Trees Stood Deep Rooted
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