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Indian singing : poems

Indian singing : poems / by Gail Tremblay.
Tremblay, Gail.
Corvallis, Or. : Calyx Books, 1998.

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Tremblay, Gail.
xiii, 79 pages : illustrations; 23 cm
  • Rev. ed. of: Indian singing in 20th century America. c1990.
  • Indian Singing in 20th Century America -- Relocation -- To Grow Sane -- American Abroad -- Crow Voices -- Coyote, Hanging in a Museum, Comes off the Wall -- Laughter Breaks -- Drum -- Grandfather Dancing -- 'Ohgi'we -- Sehia:rak -- Urban Indians, Pioneer Square, Seattle -- It is important -- Approaching the Mystery -- Huckleberry Feast, Warm Springs Nation, 1979 -- Night Gives Old Woman the Word -- After the Invasion -- Gathering Basket Grass -- Sacrifice -- The Women Faculty and Staff Ride Home from British Columbia -- Further -- Reflections on a Visit to the Burke Museum, University of Washington, Seattle -- Medicine Bearer -- An Onondaga Sits in International Children's Park, Seattle -- Not sense -- To Joseph, who is never gone -- The Inevitable -- Singing Out the Ghosts -- Falling, Gloria Looks Up -- Edges -- Hen; iah; toka' non:wa -- Light Shakes -- Dawn Down East -- Moving Through Dark -- Creation Is the Song -- Tsooyes Beach, Makah Nation, 1981 --
  • The Returning -- Bus Ride, Omaha, November, 1977 -- To Teach the Wit -- Fall -- And Wake -- Owning Difference -- An Onondaga trades with a woman who sings with a Mayan tongue -- Train Trip from Nogales to Mexico City: Day 2 (On first seeing Flamboyantes and other Southern things) -- Rain Song -- Comparing Sockeye and King Salmon -- In Homage to the Chinese Inventor Who Invented "Gunpowder" Without the Gun -- Surviving -- Days -- Transforming Star -- Coyote Brushes His Teeth and Goes Courting -- Dreaming of the Faces That Came to Dance When It Was Cold -- There Is That Energy in Suns ... -- Medicine Bearer -- KO-KO-KO-IO-TI Goes East to Visit His Younger Brother E:rhar -- A Winter Visitor from an Old One's Story Invades My Dreams: Making Him, I Release Him to the World to Do His Work -- The Things Colonial Angels Witness -- Exploding Star -- Sky Woman's Daughter.
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  • 0934971641 (paper : alk. paper)
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