Native American Authors
Roger C. Echo-Hawk
Roger Echo-Hawk is a Pawnee tribal historian who has worked to gather and preserve recorded oral history and other materials pertaining to Pawnee origins and history.
Online resources by or about Roger C. Echo-Hawk:
WORP Recoding Artist: Roger Echo-Hawk
Author: WithOut Rez Productions
Description: WithOut Rez Productions’ web page for Roger Echo-Hawk. Includes info about his music, and an option to sign-up for a Roger Echo-Hawk mailing list.
Books by Roger C. Echo-Hawk:
Echo-Hawk, Roger C.; Echo-Hawk, Walter. Battlefields and burial grounds : the Indian struggle to protect ancestral graves in the United States
Minneapolis : Lerner Publications Co., 1994.
Echo-Hawk, Roger C.. Kara Katit Pakutu : exploring the origins of Native America in anthropology and oral traditions
University of Colorado, 1994.
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