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About the Authors:
Joanne Shenandoah-Tekalihwa:Khwa, a Wolf Clan member of Iroquois Confederacy, Oneida Nation, was selected 1994 Native Musician of the Year by the First Americans in the Arts Foundation, for preserving traditional values in the field of contemporary music. The winner of many other awards, she has made numerous recordings in the United States and abroad of music ranging from traditional chants to contemporary ballads about Native ways. Joanne Shenandoah resides in Oneida Iroquois Territory, New York with her husband, Douglas George, and their children.
Douglas M. George-Kanentiio is an award-winning freelance columnist for the "Syracuse Herald Journal" in Syracuse, New York, and a Native of the Akwesasne Mohawk Territory, Mohawk Nation. Nationally recognized as an authority on Iroquois politics and culture, he has served as advisor, producer, and script-writer for national television documentaries on Iroquois subjects.
John Kahionhes Fadden is a renowned artist and illustrator, now retired from a long career in art education. His son David Kanietakeron Fadden is a recognized artist and illustrator. Both are members of the Mohawk Nation.