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On native grounds.
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My native grounds. New York, Cameron Associates, (OCoLC) Named Person: Royal Wilbur France; Royal Wilbur France: Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Royal Wilbur France. "All specialists in early American and Native American history should read this book because of what it has to say about the 'Native Ground' in general." (American Historical Review) "The best history yet of the Arkansas River valley and its peoples." (Journal of American History).
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The happy hunting ground was the name given to the concept of the afterlife by several of the Great Plains tribes of American Indians, including the Oglala Lakota.
It is an afterlife conceived of as a paradise in which hunting is plentiful and game unlimited. History. Lakota people.The book was a wide-ranging review of the history of American literature [and] set a standard for literary criticism.” To Philip Roth, Kazin’s On Native Grounds stands out as “a brilliant reinterpretation of American literature from.On Native Grounds by Alfred Kazin Second Printing An Interpretation of Modern American Prose Literature See Photo's!!
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