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Joseph Marshall III

Lakota
Sioux

Joseph Marshall III was born on the Rosebud Sioux Reservation. Marshall was raised by his grandparents who taught him Lakota traditions, and his first language is Lakota. He is a teacher, educator and was co-founder of Sinte Gleska University in Rosebud, South Dakota as well as a free lance writer.

 

Books by Joseph Marshall III:

Marshall III, Joseph. The dance house: stories from Rosebud
Santa Fe, NM : Red Crane Books, 1998.
Genre: Essays and Short Stories
ISBN: 187861066X

Marshall III, Joseph. The Day the World Ended at Little Bighorn: A Lakota History
Penguin (Non Classics), 2007.
Genre: Nonfiction
Language: English
ISBN: 0143113690

Marshall III, Joseph. How Not to Catch Fish: And Other Adventures of Iktomi
Circle Studios, 2005.
Genre: Nonfiction
Language: English
ISBN: 0976802201

Marshall III, Joseph. Hunter-warrior of the plains
Sheridan, WY : Grunko Films, 1993.

Marshall III, Joseph. The Journey of Crazy Horse: A Lakota History
Penguin (Non Classics), 2005.
Genre: Nonfiction
Language: English
ISBN: 0143036211

Marshall III, Joseph. The Lakota Way: Stories and Lessons for Living
Penguin (Non Classics), 2002.
Genre: Nonfiction
Language: English
ISBN: 0142196096

Marshall III, Joseph. The Lakota Way: Stories and Lessons for Living, Native American Wisdom on Ethics and Character
2008.
Genre: Nonfiction
Language: English
ISBN: 1435297393

Marshall III, Joseph. The Long Knives are Crying (Lakota Westerns)Native American Wisdom on Ethics and Character
Fulcrum Publishers, 2008.
Genre: Nonfiction
Language: English
ISBN: 1555916724

Marshall III, Joseph. On behalf of the wolf and the first peoples
Santa Fe, NM : Red Crane Books, 1995.
Genre: Essays
Audience: Adult
ISBN: 1-878610-45-7

Marshall III, Joseph. Walking With Grandfather: The Wisdom of Lakota Elders
Sounds True, 2005.
Genre: Nonfiction
Language: English
ISBN: 1591793521

Marshall III, Joseph. Winter of the holy iron
Santa Fe, NM : Red Crane Books, 1994.
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 1878610449


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