Thinking In Indian: A John Mohawk Reader

Jose Barreiro, ed.

An elder of the Seneca Nation and deeply rooted Haudenosaunee traditionalist, John Mohawk was known for his clear thinking and gifted oratory and story-telling. These essays, produced and published over thirty years, reflect consistent engagement in Native issues, delivering a profoundly indigenous analysis of modern life. Topics include Native sovereignty, cultural roots and worldview, land and treaty rights, globalization impacts, and spiritual philosophy.

Softcover, 6x9, 320pp., 2010.