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Red Thunder

Matheson, Mr. David

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ISBN 10: 1935347098 / ISBN 13: 9781935347095
Published by Epicenter Press
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Title: Red Thunder

Publisher: Epicenter Press

Book Condition:Acceptable

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Red Thunder is told through the eyes of Sun Bear and his sister Rainbow Girl. The full circle of life is explored through following several generations of their family band.  This portrayal of the Coeur d'Alene Tribe is steeped in deep, authentic cultural traditions, religious beliefs, and their struggle to hold on to what is truly precious and sacred about life-all life.
This is a story of a People--the Schi'tsu'umsh Indians, known today as the Coeur d'Alene Tribe in Northern Idaho. The story spans several generations of a Schi'tsu'umsh family, starting in the early 1700s, before the tribe's widespread contact with European settlers. Set amidst the tribe's originally claimed territory, which spans present day Northern Idaho, Eastern Washington and Western Montana, the novel recounts a time when the tribe was governed by laws based exclusively on traditional teachings and the rules of nature.
 
RED THUNDER is sweeping family saga that speaks to adults and young people alike, this historical tribute builds a bridge of knowledge and understanding between traditional Native American culture and modern society.

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I wanted to capture the essence of our authentic traditions and customs, our principles and teachings. Our tribe has a long-standing oral tradition and thus I felt the most effective way to bring these teachings to life was through the power of story. The backdrop to the story is part of our genuine oral history regarding the life and times of our great prophet chief, Circling Raven. 

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