Native American Authors


Paula Underwood (Turtle Singing Woman)

Oneida

Paula Underwood is contemporary Iroquois oral historian. In her book Who Speaks for Wolf she tells the stories told to her by her father, Sharp Eyed Hawk. Her work has rekindled the ancient Native American Learning Way which has become the foundation for the Past Is Prologue Educational Program.

 

Online resources by or about Paula Underwood:

I Invite You to Listen: Comments on Prenatal Learning
Author: Paula Underwood/rat haus reality press
Type: etext
Description: This article grows out of an ancient Native American Learning Way which is the foundation of the Past Is Prologue Educational Program (PIP), used from kindergarten through college and by corporations.
URL: http://www.ratical.com/ratville/future/listen.html

My Father and the Lima Beans
Author: Paula Underwood/rat haus reality press
Type: etext
Description: This is an excerpt from A Tribe of Two by Paula Underwood.
URL: http://www.ratical.com/ratville/future/limabean.html

A Native American Worldview/Hawk and Eagle are Both Singing
Author: Paula Underwood/rat haus reality press
Type: etext
Description: Oneida ancient understanding/comparison of western and indigenous science.
URL: http://www.ratical.com/many_worlds/NAworldview.html

Paula Underwood
Author: Tribe of Two Press
Type: authorbio
Description: A brief bio of Underwood, from her company Tribe of Two Press' web site. Includes a link to a list of her publications.
URL: http://www.tribeoftwopress.com/

WE BUILD IN A SACRED MANNER
Author: Paula Underwood/rat haus reality press
Type: etext
Description: This article grows out of an ancient Native American Learning Way which is the foundation of the Past Is Prologue Educational Program (PIP),used from kindergarten through college and by corporations.
URL: http://www.ratical.com/ratville/future/build.html

Books by Paula Underwood:

Underwood, Paula. Franklin listens when I speak : tellings of the friendship between Benjamin Franklin and Skenandoah, an Oneida chief
San Anselmo, Calif : Tribe of Two Press, 1996.
Genre: Folklore
ISBN: 1879678055

Underwood, Paula. Many circles, many paths : a Native American learning story
San Anselmo, Calif : Tribe of Two Press, 1994.
Genre: Folklore
ISBN: 1879678101

Underwood, Paula. Three strands in the braid : a guide for enablers of learning
San Anselmo, Calif : Tribe of Two Press, 1993.
Genre: Folklore
Audience: Adult

Underwood, Paula. The walking people : a native American oral history
San Anselmo, CA : A Tribe of Two Press, 1993.
Genre: Folklore

Underwood, Paula. Who speaks for wolf : a native American learning story as told to Turtle Woman Singing by her father, Sharp-eyed Hawk
Genre: Folklore
Audience: All Ages

Underwood, Paula. Winter white and summer gold : a Native American learning story
San Anselmo, Calif : Tribe of Two Press, 1994.
Genre: Folklore
ISBN: 1879678098


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