Brave Wolf and the Thunderbird: Tales of the People
August 01, 1998
9.51 X 9.53 X 0.36 inches | 0.7 pounds
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About the Author
Brave Wolf and the Thunderbird is based on a story recounted by Joe Medicine Crow in All Roads Are Good: Native Voices on Life and Culture (Smithsonian Institution Press and NMAI). Grandson of a scout who rode with Custer, Mr. Medicine Crow was a highly respected elder, storyteller, and historian of the Crow people. The first member of his tribe to graduate from college, he earned an M.A. in anthropology. Mr. Medicine Crow was a World War II combat veteran, teacher, writer, and lecturer, who lived most of his life in his native Montana.
Linda R. Martin (Diné ), who lives in Tempe, Arizona, is a communications manager at Atlatl Inc., a national service organization for Native American arts. She holds a BFA in graphic design from Arizona State University, where she was active in organizations dedicated to the recruitment, retention, and academic success of Native Americans.