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On Behalf of the Wolf and the First Peoples


Joseph Marshall III

An important book for those who love the West and are concerned about the natural world and the sacredness. It addresses issues common to contemporary Native Americans, such as the definition of "Indian art" and the stereotypical Indian portrayed in film.


ABOUT THE CONTRIBUTORS

Joseph Marshall III was born in the Rosebud (Sicangu Lakota) Indian Reservation in what is now south-central South Dakota. Marshall has published numerous articles and books, including The Dance House: Stories from Rosebud and Winter of the Holy Iron.

ACCLAIM

"History and poetry blend together in these pages. I can think of no collection of essays that I've enjoyed more in recent years. This is a book that all who love the West, who are concerned about the natural world, who believe in truth and the sacredness of all life need to read. It will move them and it will give them courage."

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Greenfield Review



Published By Museum of New Mexico Press


5.5 x 8.5 in. 256 pages