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Guarded by snakes and guided by a sacred fire, Storm Rider, adopted son of the Many Waters People, masters the powerful Snakebite medicine, but his world is plunged into blackness by cannibals, who also threaten to kill his only hope of salvation. Love, hate, friendship, and unforgettable characters are interwoven as closely as one of old Cane Basket's watertight baskets in this anthropologically accurate story of American Indian cultures in conflict. Book jacket.
Jon L. Gibson is a retired anthropology professor from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette with a lifelong research focus on the natives and culture of the Atchafalaya region, author of The Ancient Mounds of Poverty Point: Place of Rings, and co-editor of Signs of Power: The Rise of Cultural Complexity in the Southeast.
Table of Contents
The Healing Way
Lessons in Healing
The Red Bead
Cloud Bringer, Father-of-Storm-Rider
Cutting Cane and Gathering Dyes
Passing on Traditions
Nobles and Commoners
The Bone Basket
Ambush at Round Island
Remembering Bent Woman's Teachings
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