3 edition of O-hu-kah-kan found in the catalog.
Gilbert C. Walking Bull
|Statement||Gilbert C. Walking Bull, Montana H. R. Walking Bull.|
|Contributions||Walking Bull, Montana H. R.|
|LC Classifications||PS3573.A42544 O2 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 125 p. :|
|Number of Pages||125|
|LC Control Number||2005909787|
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O-hu-kah-kan: Poetry, songs, legends, and stories by American Indians Paperback – January 1, by Gilbert C Walking Bull (Author) See all 2 formats and O-hu-kah-kan book Hide other formats and editions.
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[Gilbert C Walking Bull; Montana H R Walking Bull]. O-HU-KAH-KAN, poetry, songs, legends, stories by American Indians.
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Gilbert was raised by the Moves Camps and became a Lakota Sacred Man like his grandfather. He was descended from Sitting Bull. He married Montana Hopkins Rickards Walking Bull () circa Gilbert and Montana co-authored several books together, including O-hu-kah-kan (), Wo ya-ka-pi (), Mi ta-ku-ye (), and E-ha-ni wo-e.
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Montana was a member of the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma and Gilbert was a member of the Oglala Sioux tribe. They were co-authors of several books including their first book "O-Hu-Kah-Kan: poetry, songs, legends and stories." This book was published in.
It first appeared in an anthology, O-HU_KAH_KAN. Reproduced here, the text is easy for young children to read and appreciate. The pencil drawings by tom novak are exquisitely alive and embody the story perfectly. This book has become one of our all time favorites.
Text originally published in anthology O-Hu-Kah-Kan. Target Audience: Elementary Grade. Description: 33 unnumbered pages: illustrations ; 22 x 27 cm: Responsibility: by Gilbert Walking Bull and Sally Moore ; illustrations by Tom Novak.
books. The first was titled, O-Hu-Kah-Kan: poetry, songs, legends and stories, was Montana Hopkins Rickards Walking Bull was born Janu in Butte, Montana, to a Cherokee mother and a white Methodist minister father.
One of nine children, Montana spent most of her childhood in Oklahoma, before moving to Eastern. InDr. Walking Bull and Gilbert Rickards, her husband, and both members of the Oglala Sioux tribe, published their first book in a series, O-Hu-Kah-Kan: poetry, songs, legends and stories; it was among the first books to print the Oglala language.
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