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Animals of the soul; sacred animals of the Oglala Sioux

By: Brown, Joseph Epes
Material type: TextTextRockport, MA Element c1992Description: xiii, 145p; illus.; appendices, bibliog. notes; bibliogContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume ISBN: 1-85230-297-6Subject(s): Mythology--Indians of North America | Oglala Indians | Sioux Indians | Indians of North America--Religion | Indians of North America--Rites and Ceremonies | Bestiaries | Indians of North America--Great Plains | Animals--Religious aspectsAbstract: 'The central theme of Animals of the Soul is the appraisal and celebration of the relationships between the native peoples and the animals of their environment...These sacred animals can guide us in how to care for each other and for our endangered planet.'
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'The central theme of Animals of the Soul is the appraisal and celebration of the relationships between the native peoples and the animals of their environment...These sacred animals can guide us in how to care for each other and for our endangered planet.'

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