Native American Authors


Harold E. Gray (Long Standing Bear Chief)

Blackfeet

Harold E. Gray is an author who writes about the Indian way of life, past, present and future. He was born in 1941 in Browning, Montana and earned his Bachelor's and Masters degrees at the University of Montana. As a teacher and a Reservation Head Start Director, he worked to develop educational opportunities for Native American people.

 

Online resources by or about Harold E. Gray:

How the Great Holy Being Honored Beloved Meadow Lark
Author: Long Standing Bear Chief
Type: etext
Description: An article by Long Standing Bear Chief from the 4/22/00 issue of Canku Ota - A Newsletter Celebrating Native America.
URL: http://www.turtletrack.org/Issues00/Co04222000/CO_04222000_Meadowlark.htm

Books by Harold E. Gray:

Gray, Harold E.. Ni pa ta pi yoo wah sin: how life came to be
Browning, Mont. : Spirit Talk Press, 1997.
Genre: Folklore
Audience: Youth
ISBN: 096351489X

Gray, Harold E.. Ni-Kso-ko-wa : Blackfoot spirituality, traditions, values, and beliefs
Browning, Mont. : Spirit Talk Press, 1992.
Genre: Nonfiction

Gray, Harold E.. Spirit talk
Browning, Mont. : 1994.
Genre: Nonfiction

Gray, Harold E.. Stories from the old ones
Bear Chief Educational Consultants, 1979.
Genre: Folklore

Gray, Harold E.. Yellow Shirt and Black Necklace
Browning, Mont. : Spirit Talk Press, 1996.
Genre: Folklore
Audience: Youth
ISBN: 096351489X


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