Totem Animals: A Lecture -Why Native Americans Believe Animals Have the Medicine Powers They Do
Why is there a belief in Native American, Animal Medicine Power? The answer is both simple and complex, and this book attempts to answer and examine this question. 23 pages, 4 chapters, 33 wildlife photos, and includes a preface, references sources bibliography, and a recommended reading list.
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