The Way: An Anthology of American Indian Literature
Encompassing more than two centuries, this is a collection of speeches, prophecies, poems and songs, prayers and legends, essays and proclamations, and parodies and satires from oral and written American Indian literature.
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Those Who Made War Against the White Man Always
Our People Are Blindly Deceived by Sitting Bull
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The way: an anthology of American Indian literature
Shirley Hill Witt,Stan Steiner
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Akwesasne Akwesasne Notes American Indian American Oratory Anishinabe Bird Black boys brothers Bureau ceremony Cherokee chief Chinle High School communities culture Dakota dance Deganawidah dian earth Eskimo father Fewkes fight Gerald Vizenor Grandfather Stories Hill Hopi Indian Affairs Indian reservation Indian Youth Council Jaime de Angulo Lakota land language leaders listen live look Manabozho Masauwu medicine missionaries Mohawk Nation National Indian Youth native Navajo orator peace Poems problems Pueblo rain Red Power red serpent religion Reprinted by permission rivers Rock Rosebud Scott Momaday Sioux snake society songs speak speech Spirit string of wampum talk tell things thought tion told traditional treaties tribal tribes U.S. Army U.S. government Vietnam Vine Deloria wampum Water Ox White Hawk white man's white serpent words young Indian