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We survived the end of the world : lessons from Native America on apocalypse and hope / Steven Charleston.

By: Material type: TextTextPublisher: Minneapolis, MN : Broadleaf Books, [2023]Description: 207 pages ; 23 cmContent type:
  • text
Media type:
  • unmediated
Carrier type:
  • volume
ISBN:
  • 9781506486673
  • 1506486673
Subject(s): DDC classification:
  • 191.089/97 23/eng/20230105
LOC classification:
  • E98.P5 C45 2023
Contents:
Apocalypse: the mystery and miracle of survival -- Ganiodaiio: a plain pathway before me -- Tenskwatawa: the house of the stranger -- Smohalla: if the land has anything to say -- Wovoka: to go beyond what we think is possible -- The Hopi: migrating through time and space -- Prophets: we are the axis point of the apocalypse.
Summary: "Native America has confronted apocalypse for more than four hundred years. Choctaw elder Steven Charleston tells the stories of four Indigenous prophets who helped their people learn strategies for surviving catastrophe, using their lessons and wisdom as guidance for how we can face the uncertainty of the modern age"-- Provided by publisher.
List(s) this item appears in: Added to Main Collection, Dec 2023 to Jan 2024 (sorted by Call Number)
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Book: Standard Hewitson Library, Presbyterian Research Centre Main BL503 .C43 2023 (Browse shelf(Opens below)) Available 23-982

Includes bibliographical references.

Apocalypse: the mystery and miracle of survival -- Ganiodaiio: a plain pathway before me -- Tenskwatawa: the house of the stranger -- Smohalla: if the land has anything to say -- Wovoka: to go beyond what we think is possible -- The Hopi: migrating through time and space -- Prophets: we are the axis point of the apocalypse.

"Native America has confronted apocalypse for more than four hundred years. Choctaw elder Steven Charleston tells the stories of four Indigenous prophets who helped their people learn strategies for surviving catastrophe, using their lessons and wisdom as guidance for how we can face the uncertainty of the modern age"-- Provided by publisher.

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