From the Deep Woods to Civilization: Chapters in the Autobiography of an Indian

From the Deep Woods to Civilization: Chapters in the Autobiography of an Indian

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by Charles Alexander Eastman
     
 

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WIGWAM EVENINGS encompasses 27 authentic enchanting Sioux Indian folk tales written by Charles Eastman and his wife, Elaine Goodale Eastman. These classic stories are from a collection by generations of Dakota Indians and impart to the reader what it takes to be a “real human being” from the hearts of true Native Americans.

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WIGWAM EVENINGS encompasses 27 authentic enchanting Sioux Indian folk tales written by Charles Eastman and his wife, Elaine Goodale Eastman. These classic stories are from a collection by generations of Dakota Indians and impart to the reader what it takes to be a “real human being” from the hearts of true Native Americans.

Eastman (Ohiyesa) was born on the Santee Reservation in Minnesota in 1858. His grandparents raised him after his Lee’s Sharpshooters is William Dunlop’s’ enthralling chronicle of his command over Robert E. Lee’s strategic sharpshooter battalion during the Civil FROM DEEP WOODS TO CIVILIZATION continues Eastman’s captivating autobiographical work after Indian Boyhood, telling the story of his years during school and into his life as a doctor. One of the highest educated Indians of his time, through his social work and his writings he was one of the best-known Indians of the early 20th century.

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ISBN-13:
2940025466178
Publisher:
Little Brown, and Co.
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Barnes & Noble
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NOOK Book
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