BURBANK AMONG THE INDIANS by . A. Durbank

BURBANK AMONG THE INDIANS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The historical painter of the Indians, known to the 128tribes he has visited as ""Many Brushes"" hero recounts hisexperiences and observations. No fancy dress but writingreduced to its simplest terms for first-hand material whichmay add its quota to historical evidence. Individuals, attitudes, customs, ceremonies, crafts, as he perceives them; personalities, -- Goronimo, the Apacho chief, with hismoney making schemes; Chief Joseph, the great warrior of theNew Peace; the Navajos, their medicine men and their artisans; the Pueblos; the hospitable Hopis; the California MissionIndiana; the Sioux -- these and others, recorded in plainforthright manner... This was originally scheduled for Fallpublication and previously reported -- (11/1/44).

Pub Date: Dec. 23rd, 1944
Publisher: Caxton