American Indian poetry: an anthology of songs and chants
Reflecting a resurgence of interest in Native American culture and literature, this classic anthology presents poems and songs which movingly express daily life--the harvest, birth, war, and death--as it was lived by the native peoples in all regions of America.
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Vengeance Song Micmac Silas T Rand
Ojibwa War Songs H H Schoolcraft
Memorial Ode Iroquois Mary Austin
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