Indian voices Listening to Native Americans

Alison Owings

Book - 2011

A contemporary oral history documenting what Native Americans from 16 different tribal nations say about themselves and the world around them.

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New Brunswick, N.J. : Rutgers University Press c2011.
Physical Description
xxv, 363 p. ; 24 cm
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Main Author
Alison Owings (-)
  • A man of the dawn: Darrell Newell (Passamaquoddy)
  • "Indians 101": Elizabeth Lohah Homer (Osage)
  • A trio of Lumbees: Pamela Brooks Sweeney, Curt Locklear, and Mary Ann Cummings Jacobs
  • Elders of the Haudenosaunee: Darwin Hill (Tonawanda Seneca) and Geraldine Green (Cattaraugus Seneca)
  • City kid: Ansel Deon (Lakota/Navajo)
  • The drum keeper: Rosemary Berens (Ojibwe)
  • "How's everybody doing tonight?": Marcus Frejo, aka Quese IMC (Pawnee/Seminole)
  • Tales from Pine Ridge: Karen Artichoker, with Heath Ducheneaux and Dwanna Oldson (Lakota)
  • "Get over it!" and other suggestions: Patty Talahongva (Hopi)
  • The former president: Claudia Vigil-Muniz (Jicarilla Apache)
  • Practicing medicine: Harrison Baheshone (Navajo)
  • The kin of Sacajawea: Emma George and Summer Morning Baldwin (Lemhi Shoshone)
  • Indian humor: Carol Craig (Yakama)
  • Powwow power: Tom Phillips (Kiowa)
  • Relearning for life: Henry Frank (Yurok)
  • Eskimo ice cream: Christine Guy (Yup'ik)
  • Aloha from Hawai'i : Charles Ka'upu Jr.