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From The Deep Woods To Civilization

Author: Charles Alexander Eastman
Publisher: U of Nebraska Press
ISBN: 9780803258730
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Tells the author's story of how he entered mainstream Anglo life and devoted his time to helping Indians adapt to the white world without sacrificing their own

From The Deep Woods To Civilization

Author: Charles Alexander (Ohiyesa) Eastman
Publisher: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 0486147037
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A native Sioux's inspiring biography recounts his education in the white world, his experiences as a physician at the Wounded Knee massacre, and his goverment work on behalf of American Indians.

From The Deep Woods To Civilization

Author: Charles A. Eastman
Publisher: Kessinger Publishing
ISBN: 9781428644434
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This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original. Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks, notations, marginalia and flawed pages. Because we believe this work is culturally important, we have made it available as part of our commitment for protecting, preserving, and promoting the world's literature in affordable, high quality, modern editions that are true to the original work.

The Essential Charles Eastman Ohiyesa

Author: Charles Alexander Eastman
Publisher: World Wisdom, Inc
ISBN: 1933316330
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"This revised and updated edition combines the most important writings of Charles Eastman (Ohiyesa), who was the first American Indian medical doctor (the physician at Wounded Knee) as well as the co-founder of the Boy Scouts of America. Born in 1858, his writings are unique because he was the only great American Indian author who was actually raised to young adulthood in the traditional nomadic life of the pre-reservation era. At the 1933 World's Fair, he was presented with a special medal honoring the most distinguished achievements by an American Indian."--BOOK JACKET.

Early Native American Writing

Author: Helen Jaskoski
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521555272
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A collection of essays discussing early American Indian authors.

Indian Heroes And Great Chieftains

Author: Charles A. Eastman
Publisher: Kessinger Publishing
ISBN: 9781419126345
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IT is not easy to characterize Sitting Bull, of all Sioux chiefs most generally known to the American people. There are few to whom his name is not familiar, and still fewer who have learned to connect it with anything more than the conventional notion of a bloodthirsty savage. The man was an enigma at best. He was not impulsive, nor was he phlegmatic. He was most serious when he seemed to be jocose.

Wigwam Evenings

Author: Charles Alexander Eastman
Publisher: Digital Scanning Inc
ISBN: 9781582186085
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27 tales include creation myths, animal fables, and stories of brave heroes, cruel giants, and other universal characters.

Native American Autobiography

Author: Arnold Krupat
Publisher: Univ of Wisconsin Press
ISBN: 9780299140243
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Native American Autobiography is the first collection to bring together the major autobiographical narratives by Native American people from the earliest documents that exist to the present. The thirty narratives included here cover a range of tribes and cultural areas, over a span of more than 200 years. From the earliest known written memoir—a 1768 narrative by the Reverend Samson Occom, a Mohegan, reproduced as a chapter here—to recent reminiscences by such prominent writers as N. Scott Momaday and Gerald Vizenor, the book covers a broad range of Native American experience. The sections include “Traditional Lives;” “The Christian Indians, from the Eighteenth Century to Indian Removal, 1830;” “The Resisting Indians, from Indian Removal to Wounded Knee, 1830-90;” “The Closed Frontier, 1890-;” “The Anthropologists' Indians, 1900-;” “'Native American Renaissance,' 1968-;” and “Traditional Lives Today.” Editor Arnold Krupat provides a general introduction, a historical introduction to each of the seven sections, extensive headnotes for each selection, and suggestions for further reading, making this an ideal resource for courses in American literature, history, anthropology, and Native American studies. General readers, too, will find a wealth of fascinating material in the life stories of these Native American men and women. "This is the first comprehensive anthology of American Indian autobiography ever published. It will be of interest to virtually anyone teaching or studying the literatures of the native peoples of North America, as well as to a general audience, because of the informative, literate introductions and the absorbing narratives themselves."—William L. Andrews, series editor