The Gospel of the Redman
This Commemorative Edition of The Gospel of the Redman honors Ernest Thompson Seton, renowned naturalist, artist, and founder of the Boy Scouts of America. It features: a new Introduction by Seton's daughter; a new Foreword by Paul Goble; Seton's American Indian sketches; photographs from throughout Seton's life; an extensive bibliography of his works. Book jacket.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Newmans2001 - LibraryThing
In reference to an earlier review, I would agree with it's author, it is a compassionate outsiders view and at times shallow and trite and stereotypical. I didn't finish it, though short. Read full review
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A powerful look at the cultures of Native America, as seen by outsiders. While the language may be dated--"redman" is an offputting term--the tone is reverent. A stark tribute to a world presented as simply too beautiful to last. Read full review