Strong hearts: Native American visions and voices; Ghost in the machine, by Paul Chaart Smith; The photography of Horace Poolaw, by N. Scott Momaday; Creating a visual history: A question of ownership, by Theresa Harlan; Social identity: A view from within, by Zig Jackson; I’ve always wanted to be an American Indian, by James Luna; Shooting back from the reservation; Sovereignty: A line in the sand, by Jolene Rickard; An essay on rocks, by Leslie Marmon Silko; Carry, by Linda Hogan; Raisin eyes, by Luci Tapahonso; The feather series, by Larry McNeil; Kake is the place of no rest, it is, by Robert Davis; The Tlingit national anthem, by Robert Willard, jr.; The land is our mother, by Nancy Ackerman; Plea to those who matter, by James Welch; The original people; Strong hearts, by Jeffrey M. Thomas; In 1864, by Luce Tapahonso; Contributors’ notes and credits. Photographs by Nancy Ackerman, Walter Bigbee, Ken Blackbird, Ron Carraher, Pamela Shields Carroll, Joseph Concha, Jesse Cooday, Patricia Deadman, Monica Godoy, John C. H. Grabill, Jeremy Huesers, Zig Jackson, April Jiron, Rose Jones, Ronald Lewis, Jr., Carm Little Turtle, George Longfish, James Luna, Lee Marmon, Larry McNeil, David Neel, Bethany Nez, Hocace Poolaw, Winnie Poolaw, Jolene Rickard, Monty Roessel, Leslie Marmon Silko, Greg Staats, John Stands Maggie Steber, Jeffrey M. Thomas, Hulleah Tsinhnahjinnie, Schyle Vaughn, Richard Ray Whitman. In: Aperture no. 139, summer 1995.
|Ort||New York, NY|
|Verlag||Aperture Foundation, Inc,|
|ISBN / ISSN||0003-6420; 0-89381-610-8|
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