There is no Native American Bible, just as there was no Pentateuch written by Moses, no Tripitika by Buddha, no Dialogues by Socrates, no Gospels written by Christ. The Native American teachings in the fields of art, handicraft, woodcraft, agriculture, social life, health, and joy, need no argument beyond presentation; they speak for themselves. This book, originally published in 1937, offers these teachings under the author's belief that the example and precept are what the world needs above any other ethical teaching, and in particular, the spiritual message, which is more important, but supposedly less understood.
1. The Soul of the Redman 2. The Ancient Way 3. By Their Fruits Ye Shall Know Them 4. Wabasha, The Wisdom of the Old Men 5. Prophets of the Red Race 6. White Expression of Indianic Thought 7. Whither
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