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Cowboys and Indians By Keith G. Laufenberg
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Cowboys and Indians is a look back in history and the theme throughout is that the earth upon which we human beings presently live is being systematically killed, strangled, drilled, poisoned, beaten... More > and bartered to death, as we are so graphically shown in the story Walking Mountain, as well as most of the others. The undeniable truth shows us that the European immigrants had a philosophical difference with the Native Americans that they encountered living on the very shores that they invaded and vanquished, and always with the same thoughts in mind: to steal the land from the Natives, who they considered ignorant for their refusal to believe them when they told them how much the minerals above and below the earth, and the very earth itself, was “worth.” This is an argument that continues to this very day and the author has been quoted as saying: “I have always sided with the Native Americans” Any readers who enjoy historical truths seen through the eyes of both sides will enjoy all of these stories.< Less
WORDS OF WISDOM FROM NATIVE AMERICAN INDIANS By Ray Ham
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There are 16 pictures and 16 quotes presented for your enjoyment. American Indians have deep rooted beliefs in the Great Spirit, in the sacredness of the land, and in how people should treat each... More > other. They have much to teach others, and it is this compilation of words and pictures that is aimed at giving the reader a new perspective on the American Indian culture.< Less
INDIAN LEGENDS AND POEMS By Jean Elizabeth Ward
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For the cover of this presentation the author has made copies of actual American Indian drawings, arranged them in a collage, and completed it with an acrylic overpaint, which was then antiqued... More > to achieve the effect. This book is a combination of poems by American Poet Laureate, Jean Elizabeth Ward, with such poems as Ozarks Blabbermouth Lissenbee, added to a series of thirty Indian Legends by Margaret Bemister which was published in 1917, with an Indian Pronouncing Library to complete this book, which children and adults alike will enjoy.< Less
INDIAN LEGENDS AND POEMS By Jean Elizabeth Ward
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For the cover of this presentation the author has made copies of actual American Indian drawings, arranged them in a collage, and completed it with an acrylic overpaint, which was then antiqued... More > to achieve the effect. This book is a combination of poems by American Poet Laureate, Jean Elizabeth Ward, with such poems as Ozarks Blabbermouth Lissenbee, added to a series of thirty Indian Legends by Margaret Bemister which was published in 1917, with an Indian Pronouncing Library to complete this book, which children and adults alike will enjoy.< Less
Native American Customs, Sayings, and Prayers By David Chaltas
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While spending over 5 years among the Navajo, the author compiled sayings, prayers, and customs that are applicable not only to the rich culture of Native Americans but also to all walks of life. ... More > The sayings and prayers offer the reader hope in things yet to come by visiting a time of antiquity, a time of sorrow, yet a time of great courage when the people walked upon the wind. Set back and enjoy the sayings of men and women of great character and relive their plight through their own words.< Less
Notes from the Roads : Visit to the Lands of American Gods By SUVRA BISWAS
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“We do not go into ceremony to talk about God. We go into ceremony to talk With God”- this quote of a famous Red Indian chief made me curious about Native American Gods. It inspired... More > me to travel across three Americas in last few years when I became familiar with these words : Kukulkahn , Virakocha , Tsechenako . These strange words are the names of Gods : the American gods - worshipped by thousands of people in the western hemisphere even today. If one god is believed to rise from the depth of canyon , other god descends from the sky in the form of a giant feathery snake to create life & civilization on earth. In my long journey I could experience and admire the beauty of this Land of American gods and also the awesome human creations – created by the ancient Americans who believed in these gods.I attempted to share all my fascinating experiences in this book hoping that it will make my readers as curious as myself about these great lands , the people & ....their Gods!< Less
EARTH SPIRIT By Jean Elizabeth Ward, Poet Laureate
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Native American Indian Sayings and Quotes, with illustrations intermingled amidst original pieces of Poetry and Prose by Jean Elizabeth Ward, Poet Laureate. Excerpts from the author's Living Legend... More > Series, with her honoring Dr. Maya Angelo, Chief Wilma Mankiller, and Song Writer and Singer, Ms. Loretta Lynn; the book is alphabetized for an easier read. An enjoyable book for all ages.< Less
EARTH SPIRIT By Jean Elizabeth Ward, Poet Laureate
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Native American Indian Sayings and Quotes, with illustrations intermingled amidst original pieces of Poetry and Prose by Jean Elizabeth Ward, Poet Laureate. Excerpts from the author's Living Legend... More > Series, with her honoring Dr. Maya Angelo, Chief Wilma Mankiller, and Song Writer and Singer, Ms. Loretta Lynn; the book is alphabetized for an easier read. An enjoyable book for all ages.< Less
The Devolution Chronicles: Passage to Niburu By Gary Wayne Clark
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A Bounty Hunter tracking his nemesis weighs revenge against survival when he stumbles into a world where evolution runs backwards. Marooned on planet Niburu, a disgraced fighter pilot turned Bounty... More > Hunter, Commander Zacary Ryker makes a startling discovery: the assassin that murdered his family on Earth has stowed away on his doomed vessel and thrown in with an alien race of Reptoids to exterminate all humans in his new world. Torn between his thirst for revenge and survival, Ryker’s destiny becomes intertwined with the dangerous liaison of a Shakespeare quoting Chimera, a teenage femme fatale and her telepathic wolf-dog shaman as they are plunged into an alternate reality where the law of evolution has run astray. Little do they know that they are about to be drawn into a larger struggle, a struggle beyond their universe; an epic battle for the Multiverse.< Less
TURTLES TOO By Jean Elizabeth Ward
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A Turtle Book to be read first by parents, choosing the poems for their children: Turtle Poems by various authors, American Indian Quotes. Poet Laureate, Jean Elizabeth Ward paying an homage to... More > William Blake, Carl Burns, e.e. Cummings, Amy Lowell, Pablo Neruda, Shakespeare, Oscar Wilde, nima Yushij, Wen Tingyun, and a song by Bob Dylan. A 1921 book of Tortoise poems by D. H. Lawrence, and a section of Barbara Anne, The Pekingese Poet's Poems. A delight for all ages.< Less

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