Open Wounds - A Native American Heritage


Aleksandra Ziolkowska-Boehm`s book portrays the current status and outlook of the American Indians. Resulting from ten years of research and visits to Indian lands, the book was inspired by the writer1s great uncle Korczak Ziolkowski , sculptor of the Crazy Horse mountain carving in the Black Hills of South Dakota.
The author provides a broad spectrum of Indian history, culture, traditions, subjugation, suffering, reservation poverty, failed government policies, education, emergence and the portent of a future of well-deserved dignity, respect and beginning signs of success. Personal interviews with members of the Apache, Chickasaw, Kiowa and Northern Cheyenne Nations add a potent insight into Indian feelings and opinions. Clearly evident throughout the book is Ziolkowska-Boehm`s admiration and esteem for American Indians, particularly for the pride they exhibit after suffering a `heritage of open wounds` over many years.

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This product was added to our catalog on Monday 21 September, 2009.

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