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|Named Person:||John Joseph Mathews; John Joseph Mathews; John J Mathews; John J Mathews|
|Material Type:||Biography, Government publication, State or province government publication|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
John Joseph Mathews; Susan Kalter
|Language Note:||Text in English.|
|Description:||lv, 302 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.|
|Series Title:||American Indian literature and critical studies series, v. 57.|
|Responsibility:||John Joseph Mathews ; edited and with an introduction by Susan Kalter ; foreword by Charles H. Red Corn.|
"When John Joseph Mathews (1894-1979) began his career as a writer in the 1930s, he was one of only a small number of Native American authors writing for a national audience. Today he is widely recognized as a founder and shaper of twentieth-century Native American literature. Twenty Thousand Mornings is Mathews's intimate chronicle of his formative years. Written in 1965-67 but only recently discovered, this work captures Osage life in pre-statehood Oklahoma and recounts many remarkable events in early-twentieth-century history."--Provided by publisher.
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