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Issue 5.3 - Jul./Aug./Sept. 2002

Diane Shenandoah

By Liz Obomsawin Nestled in the heart of the Oneida country in upstate New York, renowned Oneida sculptor Diane Shenandoah delicately chisels a deer bone into what will become another of her famous Indian woman sculptures. more...
Meet Eric Gansworth

Reprinted by Permission by Eric Gansworth I am an enrolled member of the Onondaga Nation which resides near the geographical heart of New York State, outside of the city of Syracuse. While tribally, this identity is mine because of the Haudenosaunee's matrilineal tradition, I am much more experientially allied with another tribe of the Haudenosaunee, having been born and raised on the Tuscarora Indian reservation, now in more P.C. times called the Tuscarora Nation, just outside of Niagara Falls, in western New York.... more...
Ballad of Plastic Fred

By Eric Gansworth We were going down to the corner store on the day I learned about death. My sister had just recently gotten her license. Or maybe she hadn't yet. I really can't remember. You didn't need a license to drive on the reservation, and its only store was the one we were going to.... more...
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