Presents interviews with American Indian leaders, including Sioux, Hopi, Dineh, Tulalip, Onondaga, Mohawk, Shoshone, Cree, Ute, Seminole, Apache, Kiowa, and Pueblo...
|Title||:||The Book of Elders: The Life Stories of Great American Indians|
|Publisher||:||Harper San Francisco 1st HarperCollins pbk ed edition May 1, 1994|
|Number of Pages||:||256 pages|
|File Size||:||786 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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The Book of Elders: The Life Stories of Great American Indians Reviews
I have bought several copies of this book and have shared the title with many people. I want every school child to read this book, to know the history of the people native to this land from their words. I want more interviews like this.
I borrowed this book from local library and loved it so much bought my own copy. It is full of wonderful photography and personal stories of beautiful Indian elders, male and females from many different tribal groups. is wonderful to read slowly and savor the life stories.
Great book, not only as a lesson in the philosophies of Native Americans, but also their legends and view of the future. Truly delightful!
The book itself is in even better shape than I had expected, so I'm very pleased. The photographs are magnificent. Sandy Johnson writes really well as I discovered in her book of Tibetan Elders which was has been one of my favorites for some years now and was the reason I ordered this book. The mailing service was excellent.
This book is like the sequel to Wisdom's Daughters. The book gives you the feeling of the Native American's Bible. There is so much we can learn from the Native American culture. Their life is so down to earth simple...respect people if you want them to respect you!
This is a WONDERFUL collection of the real life stories of thirty elders from nineteen North American tribes. They are inspirations for us all. It has my HIGHEST recommendation--read this book, it will touch your heart and soul!
Do not miss this book if you are interested in wisdom that one seldom, gets in any world that is not Indigenous. Indigenous wisdom gives us lessons for life lived from the heart and lived in tune with our Mother Earth, particularly from elders; be they natives of Turtle Island (North America), Australia, New Zealand, South America or the African continent.