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Moccasin Trails (signed copy)

Numemaker, E.R. "Kelly'

ISBN 10: 0818103310 / ISBN 13: 9780818103315
Published by Pageant-Poseidon, Ltd., Brooklyn, 1974
Condition: Fine Hardcover
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First edition. Signed by the author on the front free endpaper. Slim hardcover, 41 pp. Fine in very good dust jacket. Scarce collection of poetry based on the wisdom of Anisinabe Nichi, patriarch and sage of the Chippewa tribe northern Minnesota. Nunemaker, after retiring from active service as a Methodist pastor, served as a social worker with the Chippewas for over four years. Bookseller Inventory # E13258B

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Title: Moccasin Trails (signed copy)

Publisher: Pageant-Poseidon, Ltd., Brooklyn

Publication Date: 1974

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Fine

Dust Jacket Condition: very good

Signed: Signed by Author(s)

Edition: First edition.

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This volume of poetry stands as a penetrating monumental scrutiny of the Chippewa Indian and his present, as seen through the eyes of an aged Chippewa man. Moccasin Trails offers observations on the rape of our land, the Christian religion, personal and group integrity, and a sensitive examination of the current social conditions and moral trends. Echoing the wisdom of other Chippewa sages, Anishinabe Nichi, the patriarch, contemplates the past, present and future of his own against a background of misconceptions and false images of the Chippewa. With a true poets eye, Nunemaker explores intimate glimpses into the real human being, discovering in beautifully flowing and brightly colored language that the true worth of our nation is to be found in the humility of our citizens.

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