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Red Indian Road West: Native American Poetry from California #2020

Red Indian Road West Native American Poetry from California Containing the work of poets from tribes Red Indian Road West is the first poetry anthology encompassing the entire range of Native American experience in California With than Native Am

  • Title: Red Indian Road West: Native American Poetry from California
  • Author: Kurt Schweigman Lucille Lang Day James Luna
  • ISBN: 9780976867654
  • Page: 241
  • Format: Paperback
  • Red Indian Road West: Native American Poetry from California By Kurt Schweigman Lucille Lang Day James Luna, Containing the work of 31 poets from 29 tribes, Red Indian Road West is the first poetry anthology encompassing the entire range of Native American experience in California With than 720,000 Native Americans, California has by far the largest Native American population of any state and perhaps the most diverse There are currently than one hundred American IndiaContaining the work of 31 poets from 29 tribes, Red Indian Road West is the first poetry anthology encompassing the entire range of Native American experience in California With than 720,000 Native Americans, California has by far the largest Native American population of any state and perhaps the most diverse There are currently than one hundred American Indian tribes indigenous to California, as well as many Native Americans from tribes nationwide now residing in the state.

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    1. Powwow Means Dreamer in AlgonquianWe are all connected than we are separate Fighting and hating other humans and depriving them of life and livelihood is what s shocking and obscene Even between women and men Author Linda Hogan wrote that when she was having a hard time being Native American one time, a voice came to her, saying, you are the result of the love of thousands, not a cause for rage, despair, isolation or ostracism These wolf songs I hold in my heart do than spark memories and our [...]

    2. Thirty poets from around the state of California contribute to this collection Each poem adds a piece of beauty to the poetic world Putting these authors together speaks back to an idea that Native Americans are from the past It confirms the distinct yet connected languages and culture of the Golden State.

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