Last Song Of Standing Bear

Author: Donovan Harrison
Publisher: FriesenPress
ISBN: 1770971122
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This is the story of Cheyenne Chief, Black Kettle, as told through the eyes of Standing Bear.

Encyclopedia Of Women Social Reformers

Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 1576071014
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She was the daughter of Iron Eye,the last officially recognized chief of the Omaha
tribe (1853–1888), and grew up on a reservation on ... When Standing Bear and
thirty-four of his people were arrested after making the long and difficult journey
north, back to Nebraska, the ... incarnation of his own Native American princess,
Minnehaha (the heroine of Longfellow's narrative poem, The Song of Hiawatha).

Song Of The Wolf

Author: Rosanne Bittner
Publisher: Fanfare
ISBN: 9780553290141
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"I will never live that way," Standing Bear retorted, tears now streaming down his
face against his will. ... Do this one last great thing for your father, Standing Bear,
for you will only show yourself to be a man of great wisdom and courage.

Shortgrass Song

Author: Mike Blakely
Publisher: Forge Books
ISBN: 1466836105
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"You will be the last chief to remember the old ways," ' Long Fingers finally said. "
You must remember the way l you endured your test, ... Call him Standing Bear or
Run! ning Horse or something like that. Then he will be your friend.” Red Hawk ...


Author: Charles Whited
Publisher: Bantam Books
ISBN: 9780553226157
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song,. its. sound. floating. out. across. the. desolate land. Black Feather moved to
Standing Bear's side. "Now is the time, while they are busy making songs for the
... At last he understood why Black Feather discussed the attack with him at all.

Reimagining Indian Country

Author: Nicolas G. Rosenthal
Publisher: Univ of North Carolina Press
ISBN: 0807869996
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“William Eagle Shirt,” Internet Movie Database, name/nm/
0794405 (accessed 1 September 2011); Broadside for Custer's Last Fight (1912),
ISAW, ANC; ... Standing Bear, My People the Sioux; Ehrheart, “Chief Luther
Standing Bear II”; Lee Shippey, “Lee Side o' LA,” Los Angeles Times, ... “Indian
Prowess Shown in Song and Dance Fete,” Los Angeles Times, 1 August 1932,
sec. 2, p.

The Winds Erase Your Footprints

Author: Shiyowin Miller
Publisher: Naturegraph Pub
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Standing Bear walked to the center of the patio, asking for attention with a roll of
the beater on his hand drum. ... In a low, resonant voice he began the Corn Song.
... The last measure of the Corn Song called for fast and intricate stepping.

Standing In The Light

Author: Severt Young Bear
Publisher: U of Nebraska Press
ISBN: 9780803299122
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. . . This is a subjective statement, well and persuasively written."-Choice. Severt Young Bear stood in the light-in the center ring at powwows and other gatherings of Lakota people.

Sacred Ground

Author: Henry N. Russell III
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1477109099
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In the first few days ofthe council called by Many l—lorses, Standing Bear was
asked to reveal his personal recollections from the massacre at the “River ...
started a song, soon joined by all present, to honor the souls of our dead. ... The
much—respected Ogalala chief, Rattling l—lawk, was the last to vent his angry

Revisiting America

Author: Susan Wyle
Publisher: Longman Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780130293053
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For who but the man indigenous to the soil could produce its song, story, and folk
-tale; who but the man who loved the dust ... Why does Luther Standing Bear feel
that the elements of song, art, and dance are so vital to the American Indian?