Wood Works: The Life and Writings of Charles Erskine Scott Wood
Oregon State University Press, 1997 - Biography & Autobiography - 340 pages
This first anthology of Wood's writings reintroduces a major figure in the literature and history of the American West. Selections range from Wood's famous rendering of Chief Joseph's surrender speech to satirical dialogues from his best-known work, Heavenly Discourse.
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American anarchism anarchist Angelo Herndon Archomen beautiful Bertha Bill Hanley Billy Sunday birds C. E. S. Wood called camp CESWP-H Charles Erskine Charles Erskine Scott chief Christ Circe Coyote death Desert Dictys divorce earth eastern Oregon Emma Goldman Erskine Scott Wood Erskine's eyes father Feather Cloud feet fire freedom friends Gabriel give hand Hassam heaven Heavenly Discourse horses Indians Introduction Jesus Joseph Justice killed labor land live look Merry Christmas mother mountain never Nez Perce night Odysseus Oldfield Pacific Monthly poems Poet poetry Portland Portland Art Museum Rabelais Red Bear river San Francisco satire Shaman single tax Sitka society song Sonnets soul stars tell things Thlinkits trees truth unto wild William Rose Benet woman women Wood's Wounded Elk writing wrote Yehl young