Lakota woman / by Mary Crow Dog and Richard Erdoes.

By: Brave Bird, MaryContributor(s): Erdoes, RichardMaterial type: TextTextPublisher: New York : HarperPerennial, 1991, c1990Edition: 1st HarperPerennial edDescription: 263 p., [16] p. of plates : ill. ; 21 cmISBN: 0060973897 (pbk.) :Subject(s): Brave Bird, Mary | Dakota women -- Biography | Dakota Indians -- Social conditions | Rosebud Indian Reservation (S.D.) | Brave Bird, Mary | Dakota women -- Biography | Dakota Indians -- Social conditions | Rosebud Indian Reservation (S.D.) | Indians of North America -- ReservationsDDC classification: 978.3/62 | B LOC classification: E99.D1 | C833 1991
Contents:
A woman from He-Dog -- Invisible fathers -- Civilize them with a stick -- Drinking and fighting -- Aimlessness -- We aim not to please -- Crying for a dream -- Cankpe Opi Wakpala -- The siege -- The ghosts return -- Birth giving -- Sioux and elephants never forget -- Two cut-off hands -- Cante Ishta--the eye of the heart -- The eagle caged -- Ho Uway Tinkte--my voice you shall hear.
Summary: Story of Mary Crow Dog, nee Mary Brave Bird, who rebelled against the life of the South Dakota Indian reservation and participated in the beginning of the tribal movements of the sixties and seventies.
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Reprint. Originally published: New York : Grove Weidenfeld, 1990.

A woman from He-Dog -- Invisible fathers -- Civilize them with a stick -- Drinking and fighting -- Aimlessness -- We aim not to please -- Crying for a dream -- Cankpe Opi Wakpala -- The siege -- The ghosts return -- Birth giving -- Sioux and elephants never forget -- Two cut-off hands -- Cante Ishta--the eye of the heart -- The eagle caged -- Ho Uway Tinkte--my voice you shall hear.

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Story of Mary Crow Dog, nee Mary Brave Bird, who rebelled against the life of the South Dakota Indian reservation and participated in the beginning of the tribal movements of the sixties and seventies.

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