Sun-On-His-Face has a story to tell. It is a story as old as the mountains and as fresh as the rivers of long ago. He tells us of what it was like to be an Indian and to ride his horse through the... More > forests, not as boy and horse, but as brother and brother. He also tells of strange newcomers who arrived in his world and changed everything. It was a time when blossoms and tears painted the world.
Sun-On-His-Face has a story to tell. In it he shares memories of a people who have much to tell us all about who we are . . . and who we could be.< Less