This unusual autobiography follows Hakadah, or Charles Eastman, as he became known, through the first 15 years of his Sioux life at the end of the nineteenth century. It's a treasure-trove of Indian life and lore, demythologized, for either the youthful or adult reader. Jim Killavey's slow, mechanical reading is irritating but doesn't spoil Eastman's fascinating account. This is a valuable addition to any study of Native Americans. P.E.F. ©AudioFile, Portland, Maine [Published: JAN 96]
Book pak JimCin Recordings 1994
CS ISBN C-260 $35.00 Five cassettes
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