A Circle of Nations: Voices and Visions of American Indians

A Circle of Nations: Voices and Visions of American Indians

by John Gattuso, Lee Marmon, Lawrence Gus, Monty Roessel, Joy Harjo

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This finely crafted, stunningly designed book is a visual and written tribute to the families of Native American writers and artists. With a foreword by Leslie Silko and an introduction by Michael Dorris, the book presents nostalgic essays by Simon Ortiz, Joy Harjo, Linda Hogan, Debra Callingthunder, Paula Gunn Allen, and Elizabeth Woody, among others. The photographs by acclaimed American Indian photographers are themselves worth the price of the book, capturing a sweeping span of time in Native American history. As the turn of the century approaches, changes in U.S. society will undoubtedly spur further changes in Native American life. This volume serves as an archive of both personal remembrances and an entire collective past. Recommended for collections in Native American studies and photography.-- Vicki L. Toy Smith, Univ. of Nevada, Reno

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Simon Pulse/Beyond Words
Publication date:
The Earthsong Collection
Product dimensions:
9.83(w) x 11.83(h) x 0.77(d)

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