Fools Crow

Author: James Welch
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 9781440673061
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The 25th-anniversary edition of "a novel that in the sweep and inevitability of its events...is a major contribution to Native American literature." (Wallace Stegner) In the Two Medicine Territory of Montana, the Lone Eaters, a small band ...

Fools Crow

Author: Fools Crow
Publisher: Council Oak Books
ISBN: 9781571781048
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Nephew of Black Elk, and a disciplined, spiritual and political leader, Fools Crow died in 1989 at the age of 99. This volume reveals his philosophy and practice.

Fools Crow

Author: Jesse Russell
Publisher: Book on Demand Limited
ISBN: 9785510970258
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The story is a powerful portrait of a fading way of life. The story culminates with the Marias Massacre of 1870 in which the U.S. Cavalry knowingly slaughtered innocent Blackfeet.

Fools Crow By James Welch

Author: Dorothea M. Susag
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"The historical and fictional figures in Fools Crow demonstrate troubling yet hopeful truths of the human condition.

Fools Crow

Author: Suzanne Dupree
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 9781494260187
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The photographs cover several different days in 1971. This is the first publication of these restored photos. They may appear out of chronological order, but this is the way my father kept them and numbered them for a reason.

Sundancing

Author: Thomas E. Mails
Publisher: Council Oak Books
ISBN: 1571780629
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Fools Crow Over a period of several years, it has been my great privilege to
discuss with Fools Crow the way in which he conducts a Sun Dance on the Pine
Ridge Reservation. This chapter is a summary of those discussions, which were
translated by Dallas Chief Eagle. To begin with, he told me it is commonly
believed that when the government agents told the Sioux in 1881 to stop doing
the Sun Dance, they obeyed and held no further dances until two large public
dances were held ...