Size: 7 inches tall by 4.125 inches wide by 0.5 inch thick
Country of Origin: United States
Author: Earl Shorris
The Death of the Great Spirit
An Elegy for the American Indian.
The Destruction of the American Indian --- By His Enemies and By His Friends.
by Earl Shorris
From the back cover: This is the story of a proud, profoundly wise culture, which now seems doomed to extinction. It is the story of the American Indian, who first had his lands wrested away, and now  is undergoing the final destruction of his identity. There are many actors in this drama: the Bureau of Indian Affairs and its strangling lover's embrace; the last great chiefs and medicine men, struggling to keep alive their ancient traditions; the anthropologists and hippies, with their destructive invasions; the new Indian radicals, angry and divided; and above all, the ordinary Indians, in the reservations and in the cities, marked by the white world for spiritual death. . . . It is history. It is news. It is tragedy.
This; SIGNET BOOK from The New American Library, Inc. -- Times Mirror, New York, NY; is an authorized reprint of a hardcover edition published by Simon and Schuster. First printing, February, 1972; number on spine that might be ISBN: 451-Q4924-095, Signet # Q4924. This Mass Market Paperback book measures 7 inches tall by 4-1/8 inches wide by ½ inch thick; with 205 numbered pages.
CONDITION: USED. Covers have edge and corner wear. Back cover has a few soil spots, as do the edges of the pages and a few of the interior pages. Else, firmly bound in GOOD overall condition.
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