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Blue dawn, red earth : new Native American storytellers

Author: Clifford E Trafzer
Publisher: New York : Anchor Books, 1996.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st Anchor books edView all editions and formats
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Thirty stories by Native Americans on a variety of subjects. They range from Anita Endrezze's Darlene and the Dead Man, featuring an individual seeking death in the hope of being reborn a horse, to Eric I. Gansworth's The Raleigh Man, about Indians discriminating against poor white people.
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Genre/Form: Folklore
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Blue dawn, red earth.
New York : Anchor Books, 1996
(OCoLC)604881565
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Clifford E Trafzer
ISBN: 0385479522 9780385479523
OCLC Number: 32893633
Description: xv, 431 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
Contents: The witches of Eufaula, Oklahoma / Craig S. Womack --
Names / Lorne Simon --
Darlene and the dead man / Anita Endrezze --
The reapers / Jim Barnes --
Spirit curse / Annie Hansen --
What's in a song / Maurice Kenny --
Wisteria / Patricia Riley --
Sky burial / Richard Van Camp --
Midnight at the graveyard / Penny Olson --
Memekwesiw / Misha --
Cooking woman / E.K. Caldwell --
The Raleigh man / Eric L. Gansworth --
Bagattaway / Chris Fleet --
Growing things / Kimberly M. Blaeser --
Oshkiwiinag: heartlines on the trickster express / Gerald Vizenor --
So I blow smoke in her face / Laura Tobe --
Beets / Tiffany Midge --
The last rattlesnake throw / Ralph Salisbury --
Never again / D.L. Birchfield --
Talking things over with the boiler man / Duane Niatum --
A jingle for Silvy / Richard G. Green --
Roma and Julie: Indians in duality / Barnet Bush --
Rocking in the pink light / Gloria Bird --
El sol / Guadalupe J. Solis, Jr. --
The mystery of the white roses / Vee F. Browne --
A belated letter to Christopher Columbus / Georges E. Sioui --
The atsye parallel / Lee Francis --
Grampa Ramsey and the Great Canyon / Darryl "Babe" Wilson --
Looking for Hiawatha / Andrew Connors --
Dreamland / Jason B. Edwards.
Responsibility: edited and with an introduction by Clifford E. Trafzer.
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Thirty stories by Native Americans on a variety of subjects. They range from Anita Endrezze's Darlene and the Dead Man, featuring an individual seeking death in the hope of being reborn a horse, to Eric I. Gansworth's The Raleigh Man, about Indians discriminating against poor white people.

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