The woman who loved mankind : the life of a twentieth-century Crow elder Lillian Bullshows Hogan as told to Barbara Loeb & Mardell Hogan Plainfeather.
The oldest living Crow at the dawn of the twenty-first century, Lillian Bullshows Hogan (1905-2003) grew up on the Crow reservation in rural Montana. In The Woman Who Loved Mankind she enthralls readers with her own long and remarkable life and the stories of her parents, part of the last generation...
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University of Nebraska Press,
- Cover; Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; List of Illustrations; Acknowledgments; Introduction by Barbara Loeb; Thoughts about My Mother by Mardell Hogan Plainfeather; Genealogies; Chapter One: My Birth and Infancy; Chapter Two: My Mother; Chapter Three: My Father; Chapter Four: My Parents Meet and Marry; Chapter Five: My First Memories; Chapter Six: Boarding School; Chapter Seven: Memories of Youth; Chapter Eight: My Mother Teaches Me to Be a Good Woman; Chapter Nine: Tobacco Iipche (Sacred Pipe Society)and the Medicine Dance (Tobacco Society); Chapter Ten: We Were Always Hard Up
- Chapter Eleven: The Last Years in SchoolChapter Twelve: My First Marriage Was to Alex; Chapter Thirteen: We're Adopted into the Tobacco Society; Chapter Fourteen: I Married Robbie Yellowtail; Chapter Fifteen: Paul; Chapter Sixteen: George; Chapter Seventeen: The Kids Are Growing Up; Chapter Eighteen: Sacred Experiences; Chapter Nineteen: Traditional Healing; Chapter Twenty: I Gave Indian Names; Chapter Twenty-One: I'm an Old-Timer; Chapter Twenty-Two: Education; Chapter Twenty-Three: Life as an Elder; Bibliography; Index