Chapter One "Run Toward The Nightland:
Magic of the Oklahoma Cherokees"
By Jack Frederick Kilpatrick
& Anna Gritts Kilpatrick From "Songs Of The Cherokees"
by Anne Tennyson Holton By David Sunfellow From the Nation's Native Elders
(Delivered during the NICOA meeting in
Duluth, MN, on August 19-22, 2000.) Poet from Karuk Tribe of California From Cliff Boldt
"Legend from the Squamish Nation, Coast Salish" Sources include people, magazines, papers, newsletters, etc.
The information found in this list may not be completely
accurate or could simply be out of date but it is
hoped that most is correct & at least helpful! Selected extracts from Prison Writngs:
"Published by St. Martian's Press in Spring '99"
By Leonard Peltier, Edited by Harvey Arden When Deganawidah was leaving the Indians in the Bay of Quinte in Ontario, he told the Indian people they would face a time of great suffering. They would distrust their leaders and the principles of peace of the League, and a great white serpent was to come upon the... by Sondra Ball Author UnknownFeatured on a poster hanging on a wall at
the Tribal Office in Window Rock, Arizona. Poem by Mary Ann Pont By Lorraine Jacobs By Larry Kibby,
Elko Indian Colony, Elko, Nevada Author Unknown Mother Earth provides Nisqually, Elder, with
plentiful berries. She in turn provides neighbors
with the best pies on the the whole reservation. Written By Sondra Ball By Edward Basham Written By Sondra Ball Poet from Karuk Tribe of California As Told by Chief Dan George A message from Michael Campbell Written By Sondra Ball From Eclectic Literary Forum Written by John L. Nichols
"Story of the "Beloved Father" of the Cherokee" Poem by Zahid Makhdoom Poem by Sondra Ball Written by Marilou Awiakta
"Recited at the "Memphis Gathering
for Unity" honoring the Sunbow5 Walkers." This one is sure to bring not
only a smile but a good laugh!! (BCA) Bureau of
Caucasian Affairs, Author Unknown (1978) As told by Joseph Chasing Horse Author Unknown Ancient Indian Prayer By Vine Deloria Jr. who has returned to the lake... by Paula Underwood Spenser Written By Robert Sparks Walker As told by Leanne B. Cloudman.