5 edition of Voices for the Land found in the catalog.
by Minnesota Historical Society Press
Written in English
|Contributions||Paul Gruchow (Foreword), Jim Brandenburg (Foreword), Minnesota Historical Society (Corporate Author), Brian Peterson (Editor, Photographer)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||116|
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Voices of the Land ISBN This rich range of poems from various places and times, from established poets, or writers new on the scene, encourages engaged reading, as well as learners’ own writing. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Voices of the land. Craighall: Ad. Donker, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors.
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Voices From the Land is an apt title for a collection of stories that Marquart contends were channeled to her by the spirits of those who lived the stories included into the book, each of which is relayed in a first-person narrative.
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TORREY HOUSE PRESS VOICES FOR THE LAND. A celebration of human connections with the land through reverence, respect, and responsible stewardship. Voices From the Land The book also includes Denetdale's excellent foreword, which traces Navajo history from the tribe's rise into this "Glittering World" to the present, and includes a brief.
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