Native Heart: An American Indian Odyssey
Noted writer and teacher Horn shares the powerfully moving story of his life--a story for everyone who loved Lakota Woman and Black Elk Speaks. A deeply inspiring and instructive account of one man's sacred journey tha t helps to keep previous generations alive.
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