Of Earth and Elders: Visions and Voices from Native America, Volume 1

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Bear Print, 1998 - Indians of North America - 218 pages
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Of Earth and Elders contains in-depth interviews with Floyd Red Crow Westerman (Dances with Wolves, The Doors, The X-Files), Larry Sellers (Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman), Steve Reevis (Last of the Dogmen, Dances with Wolves, Fargo, Geronimo), and contributions from Chief Arvol Looking Horse, N. Scott Momaday, Vine Deloria Jr., Joanne Shenandoah, Robert Mirabel, Sonny Skyhawk, Apesanahkwat, Joy Harjo, Tim Giago, Chief Wilma Mankiller, Fern Mathias, Keith Secola, J.C. White Shirt, and many other others, both with and without celebrity, living on and off reservations today. These historical, spiritual, and contemporary reflections, comments, songs, and poetry from Native Americans approaching the twenty-first century are complemented by Serle Chapman's beautiful photography and thoughtful narrative. This book is a strong visual and written testament to the strength, tenacity, and wisdom of America's native peoples.

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Chapman is a highly acclaimed author and photographer whose first book, The Trail of Many Spirits (Mountain, 1997), was well received in both the United Kingdom and the United States. His new work ... Read full review


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