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Richard Erdoes
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The work is filled with Indian legends that have amazing parallels to the Bible. Identify and fully describe three of these legends and compare them to Biblical stories.

What, in your opinion, are the responsibilities of the white man toward the Indian? How can we begin to implement the acceptance of these responsibilities?

In America, there is a high level of significance placed upon education. What ought to occur to improve Indian education?

Traditional Indian medicine relies upon herbs and roots and is steeped in a long history of passing these treatments and cures through generations. What herbs and roots does Lame Deer mention that have become a part of "natural" treatments in white society today?

Identify and fully describe the variety of medicine men within the Sioux nation. Include the specific types of medicine each practices.

Trace the journey of author Richard Erdoes from Europe to...

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