Through the eye of the feather: Native American visions

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Gibbs Smith Publisher, 1994 - Nature - 95 pages
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This short book is a reflection on the symbolism of feathers and the pervasive nature of their importance in Native American culture. The first-person essays include personal visions about feather ... Read full review

Contents

Acknowledgments 7
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Brooke Medicine Eagles Vision
26
Richard Dobsons Vision
52
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