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The everlasting sky : new voices from the people named the Chippewa

Author: Gerald Robert Vizenor
Publisher: New York : Crowell-Collier, ©1972.
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An account of the Anishinabe people of Minnesota (the Woodland Indians known as the Chippewa), their relations with the white man and their struggle for identity. Based on taped interviews and the author's own experiences.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Vizenor, Gerald Robert, 1934-
Everlasting sky.
New York, Crowell-Collier Press [1972]
(OCoLC)654720068
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Gerald Robert Vizenor
OCLC Number: 488170
Notes: Includes index.
Description: xxii, 140 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
Contents: The four ages of man --
The sacred names were changed --
Something the white man named --
Daydreaming in a White school --
Making it off the reservation --
Keeping the family together --
Dreamsin the fourth dimension --
The people are afraid of change --
What the people believe is true --
No one else can represent my conscience --
Little more than an inside toilet --
Buried in a blue suit.
Responsibility: by Gerald Vizenor.

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An account of the Anishinabe people of Minnesota (the Woodland Indians known as the Chippewa), their relations with the white man and their struggle for identity. Based on taped interviews and the author's own experiences.

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