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Earth always endures : native American poems

Author: Neil Philip; Edward S Curtis
Publisher: New York ; London : Viking, [1996] ©1996.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A collection of sixty poems from many tribal groups giving one an insight into the world of Native Americans.
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Genre/Form: Poetry
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Earth always endures.
New York ; London : Viking, 1996
(OCoLC)605190283
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Neil Philip; Edward S Curtis
ISBN: 0670868736 9780670868735
OCLC Number: 35831981
Awards: American Library Association Notable Children's Book 1997
Description: 93 pages : illustrations ; 27 cm.
Contents: Earth Always Endures (Mandan) --
Magpie Song (Navajo) --
Prayer at Sunrise (Zuni) --
Song of the Opening of the Shrine (Osage) --
The Child Is Introduced to the Cosmos at Birth (Omaha) --
Song of the Sky Loom (Tewa) --
Prayer to the Goddess (Apache) --
from Sayataca's Night Chant (Zuni) --
The Wind Blows from the Sea (Papago) --
Invocation to the Rainmakers (Zuni) --
The Mockingbird's Song (Tiwa) --
Song of the Home God (Navajo) --
My Words Are Tied in One (Yokuts) --
Song to the Trees and Streams (Pawnee) --
My Music Reaches to the Sky (Chippewa) --
Friendly Song (Chippewa) --
An Overhanging Cloud (Chippewa) --
Wind Song (Pima) --
Song of the Thunders (Chippewa) --
Song of the Trees (Chippewa) --
Need I Be Afraid? (Hidatsa) --
Rattlesnake Ceremony Song (Yokuts) --
Ghost Dance Songs (Arapaho) --
Because I Am Poor (Kiowa) --
Let Me See Is This Real? (Pawnee) --
When You Return (Teton Sioux) --
Song of the Rising of the Buffalo Bull Men (Osage) --
To the Buffalo (Chippewa) --
War Songs (Chippewa) --
A Spell to Destroy Life (Cherokee) --
Love Song (Chippewa) --
Wind Song (Kiowa) --
Song of an Ambitious Mother (Chippewa) --
Warpath Song (Kiowa) --
Song of Entering the Village (Osage) --
On Presenting an Enemy-slayer with a Cup of Water (Papago) --
I Will Walk (Chippewa) --
Mashing the Berries (Kiowa) --
The Noise of the Village (Chippewa) --
When I Was Young (Chiricahua Apache) --
The Entire World (Chippewa) --
I Heard You (Winnebago) --
A Wolf I Considered Myself (Teton Sioux) --
I Am a Wolf (Teton Sioux) --
Song of Sitting Bull (Teton Sioux) --
The Death Song of White Antelope (Cheyenne) --
I Am Walking (Chippewa) --
Song of Two Ghosts (Omaha) --
The Song of the Stars (Passamaquoddy) --
The Heavens Are Speaking (Pawnee) --
Our Hearts Are Set in the Heavens (Pawnee) --
In the Blue Night (Papago) --
Brown Owls (Papago) --
In the Great Night (Papago) --
A Lullaby (Tewa) --
Last Daylight Song (Navajo) --
Songs of Life Returning (Paiute) --
All Is Restored in Beauty (Navajo) --
I Am Like a Bear (Pawnee) --
Song at Sunrise (Teton Sioux) --
Snake Song (Chippewa).
Responsibility: selected by Neil Philip ; illustrated with photographs by Edward S. Curtis.
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A collection of sixty poems from many tribal groups giving one an insight into the world of Native Americans.

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