Dreaming the Dawn: Conversations with Native Artists and Activists

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IN THE AMERICAN
INDIAN LIVES SERIES:

I Stand in the Center of the Good Interviews with Contemporary Native American Artists Edited by Lawrence Abbott

Authentic Alaska Voices of Its Native Writers Edited by Susan B. Andrews and John Creed

Dreaming the Dawn Conversations with Native Artists and Activists By E. K. Caldwell Introduction by Elizabeth Woody

Chief The Life History of Eugene Delorme, Imprisoned Santee Sioux Edited by Inéz Cardozo-Freeman

Winged Words American Indian Writers Speak Edited by Laura Coltelli

Life, Letters and Speeches By George Copway (Kahgegagahbowh) Edited by A. LaVonne Brown Ruoff and Donald B. Smith

Life Lived Like a Story Life Stories of Three Yukon Native Elders By Julie Cruikshank. in collaboration with Angela Sidney, Kitty Smith, and Annie Ned

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  • American Indian Lives ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • Introduction ix
  • One of the People 1993 xiv
  • Earth Is Richer for This Voice 1993 14
  • Mending the Broken Circle 1994 24
  • Conversation with an Artist 1994 32
  • Walking in the Spirit Fire 1994 40
  • More Than Just a Writer 1995 54
  • Voice of a Generation 1995 62
  • Artist as Storyteller 1995 76
  • Trailblazer of Native Literature 1995 84
  • Persistence, Politics, and Prayer 1995 94
  • Embracing Respect for All Life 1996 110
  • Up Where We Belong 1997 134
  • In the American Indian Lives Series 144
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