Indian Spirit

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Michael Oren Fitzgerald, Judith Fitzgerald
World Wisdom, 2006 - Social Science - 150 pages
This fully revised and expanded edition of Indian Spirit contains these features : 30% larger than the 1st edition; new foreword by James Trosper, a Shoshone Sun Dance Chief; additional quotations - 150 in total; 16 additional sepia photographs - 98 sepia photographs in total; and updated index of photographs, quotations, and photographers.

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It was a great informative short book with brief statements from various Native American leaders and some rare photographs of them in their cultural dress. The statements all revolved around the Great ... Read full review

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Michael Fitzgerald is an award-winning author, editor, and publisher of books on world religions, sacred art, tradition, culture, and philosophy. He has written and edited many publications on American Indian spirituality, including Spirit of Indian Women, Living in Two World, and Yellowtail: Crow Medicine Man and Sun Dance Chief, which details the life of Thomas Yellow a Crow Sun Dance chief. Fitzgerald was adopted into Yellowtail's tribe and family. Michael has also taught university classes on religious traditions of North American Indians and lectured widely. He lives in Bloomington, IN.

Judith Fitzgerald was born in 1952 in Toronto. She attended York University, where she earned both her BA and her MA. She has worked as editor of several Canadian poetry magazines. Fitzgerald also works as a biographer and an editor, and frequently reviews poetry for the "Globe & Mail". She now divides her time between northern Ontario and Florida.

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