The Big Little Book of Native American Wit and Wisdom

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ISBN: 1484880269 978-1484880265
Author: Anna Kolouthon
Illustrated: Yes
Edition: 1st
Publication date: May 5, 2013
Copyright date: 2013
Co-author 2: Co-edited by Teresa A. Panther-Yates
Co-author 1: Co-edited by Donald N. Panther-Yates
Size 6 X 9 inches
Series Cherokee Chapbooks 5
Pages: 64

Product Details

Author: Anna Kolouthon
Co-author 1: Co-edited by Donald N. Panther-Yates
Co-author 2: Co-edited by Teresa A. Panther-Yates
Copyright: date 2013
Publication date: May 5, 2013
Illustrated: Yes
Edition: 1st

Product Details

Author: Anna Kolouthon
Co-author 1: Co-edited by Donald N. Panther-Yates
Co-author 2: Co-edited by Teresa A. Panther-Yates
Copyright date: 2013
Publication date: May 5, 2013
Edition: 1st
Illustrated: Yes

Product Details

Author: Anna Kolouthon
Co-author 1: Co-edited by Donald N. Panther-Yates
Co-author 2: Co-edited by Teresa A. Panther-Yates
Copyright date: 2013
Publication date: May 5, 2013
Edition: 1st
Illustrated: Yes
Pages: 64

The Big Little Book of Native American Wit and Wisdom


Anna Kolouthon

$3.95$6.95

Description

Ed. Donald N. and Teresa A. Panther-Yates

Over the years, Panther’s Lodge became the faculty web page of Donald Panther-Yates and followed him from Pensacola and Savannah to Santa Fe and Phoenix.  Finally, it was transformed into the indie publishing site you see today, its purpose going beyond helping people connect to enabling them to publish their unique stories. Read some of the heart-felt and inspiring entries from the guestbook in this commemorative collection, available here for the first time in mobi format (for Kindle and related e-readers).

Chapters range from “Being Indian” and “What Is Truth” to pieces on native religion and the Ten Native American Commandments. Don’t miss the scathingly satiric press release from the days of the occupation of Alcatrez recounting how the Indians purchased the state of California and threw it open to Caucasian settlement. There has been and will be no other book like this. Its human yearnings, truths, joys and sorrows are completely contemporary and relevant today.

Remembering Fifteen Years of Panther’s Lodge

Cherokee Chapbooks #5

The glory days of the American Indian Movement are fading fast, but its truths and timeliness are contemporary and relevant today, as shown in this commemorative edition of the often humorous, often spiritually touching content of Panther’s Lodge. Download the epub if you want to read the collection on an iPad, iPhone, Sony or e-reader.

Panther’s Lodge was the companion website to the email discussion group “Lost Indian Tribes Southeast” founded by Donald and Teresa Panther-Yates in Pensacola, Fla. Both reached out to descendants searching for their Native American roots in small, scattered or “extinct” tribes and subtribes, including Shawnee, Powhatan, Yuchi (Euchee), Blackfoot, Moneton, Natchez, Yadkin, Occaneechi, Monacan and others.

Chapters range from J.C. High Eagle’s “Being Indian” and “What Is Truth” to pieces on native religion and the Ten Native American Commandments. Russell Means’ “True Story of Thanksgiving” is a classic. There has been and will be no other book like this, as the glory days of the American Indian Movement are fading fast. Its truths and timeliness, however, are completely contemporary and relevant today.

Remembering Fifteen Years of Panther’s Lodge

Cherokee Chapbooks #5

Ed. Donald N. and Teresa A. Panther-Yates

Over the years, Panther’s Lodge became the faculty web page of Donald Panther-Yates and followed him from Pensacola and Savannah to Santa Fe and Phoenix. Finally, it was transformed into the indie publishing site you see today, its purpose going beyond helping people connect to enabling them to publish their unique stories. Read some of the heart-felt and inspiring entries from the guestbook in this commemorative collection, available here for the first time in mobi format (for Kindle and related e-readers).

Chapters range from “Being Indian” and “What Is Truth” to pieces on native religion and the Ten Native American Commandments. Don’t miss the scathingly satiric press release from the days of the occupation of Alcatrez recounting how the Indians purchased the state of California and threw it open to Caucasian settlement. There has been and will be no other book like this. Its human yearnings, truths, joys and sorrows are completely contemporary and relevant today.

Remembering Fifteen Years of Panther’s Lodge

Cherokee Chapbooks #5

In 1998 the email discussion group “Lost Indian Tribes Southeast” came into being, reaching out to many small, scattered tribes and subtribes, including Cherokee, Whitetop, Creek, Choctaw, Chickasaw, Seminole, Shawnee, Powhatan, Yuchi (Euchee), Blackfoot, Moneton, Natchez, Yadkin, Occaneechi, Monacan and others.

On the web Panther’s Lodge took form as the faculty web page of Donald Panther-Yates and followed him and his wife Teresa from Savannah to Santa Fe and Scottsdale and finally Phoenix. Over the years the guestbook filled with the success stories and thanks of followers who found their Indian connection and solved their genealogical mysteries. Read some of the heart-felt and inspiring entries in this commemorative collection, made when Panther’s Lodge entered its current phase of existence as an indie publishing company in its own right, one dedicated to helping authors of ethnic background and non-traditional interests.

Chapters range from “Being Indian” and “What Is Truth” to pieces on native religion and the Ten Native American Commandments. There has been and will be no other book like this, as the glory days of the American Indian Movement are fading fast. Its truths and timeliness, however, are completely contemporary and relevant today. Download the pdf version if you want a product closest in look and feel to the paperback.

Remembering Fifteen Years of Panther’s Lodge

Cherokee Chapbooks #5

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