Black Elk Speaks




Black Elk Speaks

Number of page: 100
Author: John G. Neihardt
Publisher: Dramatic Publishing
Rating:
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Reviews:

  • tezztezz
    LibraryThing Review An amazing recollection of Black Elk’s life, detailing the Native American struggle with European settlement, without blame or prejudice.
  • cwflattcwflatt
    LibraryThing Review Greatest book on Native American history and the Indian Wars
  • kcsladekcslade
    LibraryThing Review Black Elk tells about life in the last great days of the plains Indians and how that came to an end. Includes mystical dreams, etc.
  • earthlistenerearthlistener
    LibraryThing Review Despite the debate over the exact accuracy of this book, its still a nice read.
  • AbbyRAbbyR
    LibraryThing Review I have had this book since I was a young girl attending a summer camp that stressed Indian lore and history, particularly that of the Lakota and Ojibwa tribes. Black Elk was a young man when he went
  • Stahl-RiccoStahl-Ricco
    LibraryThing Review A powerful book, and a sad book. Black Elk tells of his life and in that story we learn so much! His peoples names for the months, the significance of circles to the native people, their customs and
  • mckaitmckait
    LibraryThing Review This is the story of Nicholas Black Elk. It is also a story of the arrival and actions of the white people in the land of the Native Americans. We love this book. I say we because my family and I have
  • thomasomahathomasomaha
    A book that should be in every collection This book shares a history and a tradition as well as many facets of native american faith doctrine and culture. It is a one on one conversation with Black Elk who was related to Crazy Horse its very
  • ces317ces317
    LibraryThing Review This book is the memoir of a Lakota Indian named Black Elk and the treatment of the Native Americans in the late 1800s and early 1900s by white settlers. This book was one of the most moving books I