Red Wolf and Little Coyote:Their Trail
By Bernard Albaugh
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Published: Jan. 16, 2012
Words: 84,790 (approximate)
red wolf and little coyote: their trail is one of the best books available today about early native life. vivid descriptions of the joy of village life, survival, death and the horror of captivity in a living mix of spirituality and dynamic culture makes memorable reading.
compaired, by some, to the rich narrative of native life found in the writing of scott momaday and carlos castaneda.
Red Wolf and Little Coyote are members of a tribe of late Woodland Era hunters and gatherers. As they grow to manhood you experience, with them, life as it was then with all of its hardship and joy. The boys, growing into young men, learn the tribal rituals and ceremonies along with complex expectations of tribal membership. Red Wolf becomes a spiritual leader with the help of the woman he loves and Little Coyote, captured by unknown marauders, escapes and becomes a hero to his people as the only person to return from the River of Death. This historical novel explores the action and adventure of early Native American culture.
, indian culture
, indian ritual ceremonies
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