Carefully selected, sepia-toned archival photographs of Native Americans draw readers in with their haunting beauty, and reflects aspects of ancient stories.
"Part of the power of this handsome book comes from the words of Native American men and women, who speak on peace and war, true teachings and false ones, visions of the sacred path and betrayal in certain situations, the changing of seasons, and much more. The carefully chosen words are those of such leaders as Black Elk, Geranimo, Chief Seattle, Sitting Bull, Cochise, and Tecumseh-more than thirty in all.....Taken together the words and pictures convey a sense of Indian conciousness." - ALA booklist
Edited by: Niel Philip