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" As a child, I understood how to give. I have forgotten that grace since I became civilized. I lived the natural life, whereas I now live the artificial. Any pretty pebble was valuable to me then; every growing tree an object of reverence. Now I worship... "
The Soul of the Indian - Page 88
by Charles Alexander Eastman - 1911 - 168 pages
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The Journal of International Relations, Volume 5

George Hubbard Blakeslee, Granville Stanley Hall, Harry Elmer Barnes - International law - 1915
...failure to enter unto our life in its fulness that brings from a despairing Sioux these eloquent words: As a child, I understood how to give; I have forgotten...painted landscape whose value is estimated in dollars! A writer in Longman's Magazine for January 1887 speaks in the same vein as Kennan. For forty years...
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The Journal of International Relations, Volume 5

George Hubbard Blakeslee, Granville Stanley Hall, Harry Elmer Barnes - International law - 1915
...failure to enter unto our life in its fulness that brings from a despairing Sioux these eloquent words: As a child, I understood how to give; I have forgotten...painted landscape whose value is estimated in dollars! A writer in Longman's Magazine for January 1887 speaks in the same vein as Kennan. For forty years...
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Native American Wisdom

Kent Nerburn, Louise Mengelkoch - Philosophy - 1991 - 109 pages
...broken wing. My heart is cold within me. My eyes are growing dim—I am old. Chief Plenty Coups Crow As a child, I understood how to give; I have forgotten...are ground to powder and made into artificial blocks that may be built into the walls of modern society. Charles Alexander Eastman (Ohiyesa) Santee Sioux...
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Culturicide, Resistance, and Survival of the Lakota ("Sioux Nation")

James V. Fenelon - History - 1998 - 422 pages
...growth. . . " (Standing Bear, Lakota) 39. "As a child, 1 understood how to give; I have forgotten this grace since I became civilized. I lived the natural...painted landscape whose value is estimated in dollars!" (Ohiyesa, Charles Eastman, Dakota) 40. .The Frontier was indeed an expanding, exploding and enveloping...
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Culturicide, Resistance, and Survival of the Lakota ("Sioux Nation")

James V. Fenelon - History - 1998 - 422 pages
...to give; 1 have forgotten this grace since 1 became civilized. 1 lived the natural life, whereas 1 now live the artificial. Any pretty pebble was valuable...then; every growing tree an object of reverence. Now 1 worship with the white man before a painted landscape whose value is estimated in dollars!" (Ohiyesa,...
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The Wisdom of the Native Americans: Including The Soul of an Indian and ...

Kent Nerburn - Social Science - 2010 - 240 pages
...white man, I had learned the essence of morality. With the help of dear Nature herself, my grandmother taught me things simple but of mighty import. I knew...painted landscape whose value is estimated in dollars! In this manner is the Indian rebuilt, as the natural rocks are ground to powder, and made into artificial...
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The Wisdom of the Native Americans: Including The Soul of an Indian and ...

Kent Nerburn - Social Science - 2010 - 240 pages
...seen receive \ It is rience o civilizati civilizati spirit of I tially thf Long be I had le;; Wit] I knew God. I perceived what goodness is. I saw and...painted landscape whose value is estimated in dollars! In this manner is the Indian rebuilt, as the natural rocks are ground to powder, and made into artificial...
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The Soul of an Indian: And Other Writings from Ohiyesa (Charles Alexander ...

Kent Nerburn - History - 2010 - 96 pages
...white man, I had learned the essence of morality. With the help of dear Nature herself, my grandmother taught me things simple but of mighty import. I knew...painted landscape whose value is estimated in dollars! In this manner is the Indian rebuilt, as the natural rocks are ground to powder, and made into artificial...
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This Sacred Earth: Religion, Nature, Environment

Roger S. Gottlieb - Religion - 2004 - 762 pages
...Peoples, 1977 ,*• As a child I understood how to give; i have forgotten this grace since I become civilized. I lived the natural life, whereas I now...then; every growing tree an object of reverence. Now 1 worship with the white man before a painted landscape whose vaIne is estimated in dollars! Thus the...
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Indians in the Americas

William Marder - History - 2005 - 237 pages
...changes in the Indian due to their exposure to modern society. Eastman recollected from his early years. "As a child, I understood how to give; I have forgotten...are ground to powder and made into artificial blocks that may be built into the walls of modem society.... We of the twentieth century know better! We know...
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