Wilderness messiah

Wilderness messiah Author Thomas Robert Henry
ISBN-10 UOM:39015002689969
Release 1955
Pages 285
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The Story of Hiawatha

The Story of Hiawatha Author Henry Wadsworth Henry Wadsworth Longfellow and Winston Stokes
ISBN-10 1494400863
Release 2013-12
Pages 162
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LONG ago, when our cities were pleasant woodlands and the white man was far beyond the seas, the great Manito, God of all the Indians, descended to the earth. From the red crags of the Great Red Pipestone Quarry he gazed upon the country that he ruled, and a silver river gushed from his footprints and turned to gold as it met the morning sun. The Great Manito stooped to gather some of the red stone of the quarry, and molded it with giant fingers into a mighty pipe-bowl; he plucked a reed from the river bank for a pipe-stem, filled the pipe with the bark of the willow, breathed upon the forest until the great boughs chafed together into flame, and there alone upon the mountains he smoked the pipe of peace. The smoke rose high and slowly in the air. Far above the tops of the tallest pine-trees it rose in a thin blue line, so that all the nations might see and hasten at the summons of the Great Manito; and the smoke as it rose grew thicker and purer and whiter, rolling and unfolding in the air until it[2] glistened like a great white fleecy cloud that touched the top of heaven. The Indians saw it from the Valley of Wyoming, and from Tuscaloosa and the far-off Rocky Mountains, and their prophets said: "Come



Hiawatha and the Peacemaker

Hiawatha and the Peacemaker Author Robbie Robertson
ISBN-10 9781613128480
Release 2015-09-08
Pages 48
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Born of Mohawk and Cayuga descent, musical icon Robbie Robertson learned the story of Hiawatha and his spiritual guide, the Peacemaker, as part of the Iroquois oral tradition. Now he shares the same gift of storytelling with a new generation. Hiawatha was a strong and articulate Mohawk who was chosen to translate the Peacemaker s message of unity for the five warring Iroquois nations during the 14th century. This message not only succeeded in uniting the tribes but also forever changed how the Iroquois governed themselves a blueprint for democracy that would later inspire the authors of the U.S. Constitution. Caldecott Honor winning illustrator David Shannon brings the journey of Hiawatha and the Peacemaker to life with arresting oil paintings. Together, the team of Robertson and Shannon has crafted a new children s classic that will both educate and inspire readers of all ages.



Hiawatha

Hiawatha Author Benjamin Franklin DeCosta
ISBN-10 HARVARD:32044105194872
Release 1873
Pages 32
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The Story of Hiawatha Adapted from Longfellow

The Story of Hiawatha  Adapted from Longfellow Author Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
ISBN-10 1530425417
Release 2016-03-07
Pages 114
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Henry Wadsworth Longfellow was an American poet and educator whose works include "Paul Revere's Ride", The Song of Hiawatha, and Evangeline.



STORY OF HIAWATHA

STORY OF HIAWATHA Author Henry Wadsworth 1807-1882 Longfellow
ISBN-10 1372501614
Release 2016-08-28
Pages 152
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Vanished in Hiawatha

Vanished in Hiawatha Author Carla Joinson
ISBN-10 9780803288249
Release 2016-06-01
Pages 399
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Begun as a pork-barrel project by the federal government in the early 1900s, the Canton Asylum for Insane Indians quickly became a dumping ground for inconvenient Indians. The federal institution in Canton, South Dakota, deprived many Native patients of their freedom without genuine cause, often requiring only the signature of a reservation agent. Only nine Native patients in the asylum's history were committed by court order. Without interpreters, mental evaluations, or therapeutic programs, few patients recovered. But who cared about Indians and what went on in South Dakota? After three decades of complacency, both the superintendent and the city of Canton were surprised to discover that someone did care and that a bitter fight to shut the asylum down was about to begin. In this disturbing tale, Carla Joinson unravels the question of why this institution persisted for so many years. She also investigates the people who allowed Canton Asylum's mismanagement to reach such staggering proportions and asks why its administrators and staff were so indifferent to the misery experienced by patients. Vanished in Hiawatha is the harrowing tale of the mistreatment of Native American patients at a notorious insane asylum whose history helps us to understand the broader mistreatment of Native peoples under forced federal assimilation in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.



The True Story of Hiawatha and History of the Six Nation Indians

The True Story of Hiawatha and History of the Six Nation Indians Author A. Hatzan
ISBN-10 9781443737111
Release 2008-11-01
Pages 324
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Originally published in 1925. Hiawatha has long been considered a mere legendary personage, but Hatzan's researches of Indian records and traditions prove him to be a very real and important historical character. Here is also a clear, forceful discussion of the origin of the Indian race, and a history of the Iroquois and other tribes of the Six Nations with a sketch of the life of their leader, Joseph Brant. Chapters on Wampum records and word meanings in Mohawk. A most interesting collection of Indian speeches and poetry is also included, dating from the time of Columbus to the present day (1925) The book contains vintage photographs. Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. Home Farm Books are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text and artwork.



The Story of Hiawatha

The Story of Hiawatha Author Clayton Edwards
ISBN-10 LCCN:51013102
Release 1910
Pages 313
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Recounts in prose the feats of Hiawatha, the Indian brave whose magical powers helped him protect his people from harm.



The Hiawatha Story

The Hiawatha Story Author Jim Scribbins
ISBN-10 9781452912967
Release 1970
Pages 267
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Originally published: Milwaukee: Kalmbach, 1970.



The Story of Hiawatha Represented by Dolls and Photographed in Natural Colours Etc Retold by Edward Boyd

The Story of Hiawatha  Represented by Dolls and Photographed in Natural Colours  Etc   Retold by Edward Boyd   Author Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
ISBN-10 OCLC:562689272
Release 1948
Pages 36
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Peace Walker

Peace Walker Author C. J. Taylor
ISBN-10 1770497781
Release 2014-02-25
Pages 45
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Revisits the story of the Confederacy of Five Nations and the legend of Hiawatha, a heroic peace walker, who brought about harmony and unity during a time of violence and conflict under the rule of Chief Atotahara.



The Story of Hiawatha

The Story of Hiawatha Author
ISBN-10 OCLC:949898260
Release 1930
Pages 64
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Manabozho

Manabozho Author Alden O. Deming
ISBN-10 1494006707
Release 2013-10
Pages 108
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This is a new release of the original 1938 edition.



Hiawatha

Hiawatha Author Dennis B. Fradin
ISBN-10 0689505191
Release 1992
Pages 40
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Recounts the life of the fifteenth-century Iroquois Indian who brought five tribes together to form the long-lasting Iroquois Federation.



You Are Here

You Are Here Author Hiawatha Bray
ISBN-10 9780465080984
Release 2014-04-01
Pages 272
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The story of the rise of modern navigation technology, from radio location to GPS—and the consequent decline of privacy What does it mean to never get lost? You Are Here examines the rise of our technologically aided era of navigational omniscience—or how we came to know exactly where we are at all times. In a sweeping history of the development of location technology in the past century, Bray shows how radio signals created to carry telegraph messages were transformed into invisible beacons to guide ships and how a set of rapidly-spinning wheels steered submarines beneath the polar icecap. But while most of these technologies were developed for and by the military, they are now ubiquitous in our everyday lives. Our phones are now smart enough to pinpoint our presence to within a few feet—and nosy enough to share that information with governments and corporations. Filled with tales of scientists and astronauts, inventors and entrepreneurs, You Are Here tells the story of how humankind ingeniously solved one of its oldest and toughest problems—only to herald a new era in which it's impossible to hide.



Shades of Hiawatha

Shades of Hiawatha Author Alan Trachtenberg
ISBN-10 0809016397
Release 2005-10-19
Pages 369
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"A book of elegance, depth, breadth, nuance and subtlety." --W. Richard West Jr. (Founding Director of the National Museum of the American Indian), The Washington Post A century ago, U.S. policy aimed to sever the tribal allegiances of Native Americans, limit their ancient liberties, and coercively prepare them for citizenship. At the same time, millions of new immigrants sought their freedom by means of that same citizenship. Alan Trachtenberg argues that the two developments were, inevitably, juxtaposed: Indians and immigrants together preoccupied the public imagination, and together changed the idea of what it meant to be American. In Shades of Hiawatha, Trachtenberg eloquently suggests that we must re-create America's tribal creation story in new ways if we are to reaffirm its beckoning promise of universal liberty.