Black Elk and Flaming Rainbow: Personal Memories of the Lakota Holy Man and John Neihardt

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Hilda Neihardt


Black Elk and Flaming Rainbow
Personal Memories of the Lakota Holy Man and John Neihardt

University of Nebraska Press Lincoln and London

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Illustrations vii
  • Preface xi
  • The Wild Ones 1
  • Back Home In Branson 4
  • An Accidental Meeting 12
  • A Book Is - Conceived 17
  • We Travel To Black Elk's Home 22
  • Black Elk's Home At Last 30
  • Our Hosts, The Black Elks 33
  • The Interviews Begin 36
  • Interlude at Chadron: "These Many Grasses . . ." 40
  • A Home of Our Own at Last 42
  • An Old-Time Feast 45
  • How It Was 54
  • The Sacred Hoop 57
  • The Vision Is Completed 62
  • The Story Continues 64
  • We Hear About Big Battles 68
  • With The Wild West Show 73
  • We Learn and Visit At Wounded Knee 75
  • Cuny Table In The Badlands 79
  • Gifts Are Given 83
  • We Learn More, But The End is in Sight 87
  • The Vision Revisited 90
  • It Was All Over 96
  • A Book Becomes Reality 99
  • At Home Again in Branson And Our Return To Wounded Knee 104
  • The 1944 Interviews 110
  • We Lose Black Elk, Ben, Neihardt, Leo, and Lucy 113
  • And Now Today 120
  • Appendix - Remembering Black Elk 123
  • Index 131
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