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Ed McGaa is a registered tribal member of the Oglala Sioux and was born on the Pine Ridge reservation. He received his Bachelor’s degree from St. John’s University, earned a law degree from the University of South Dakota, and has studied under Chief Eagle Feather and Chief Fool’s Crow, Sioux holy men. He is honored by the Sioux for having participated six times in the Sun Dance ceremony. He also served as a fighter pilot in the Marine Corps in Vietnam, flying 110 combat missions, receiving 8 air medals and 2 Crosses of Gallantry, and was recommended for a Distinguished Flying Cross.
Online resources by or about Ed McGaa:
Ed McGaa Books
Author: Native American Resources
Description: Cover art and information about four books by Ed McGaa.
Ed McGaa home page
Author: Ed McGaa
Description: Page provides access to 6 chapters of Eagle Vision, as well as cover photos of the author’s other works.
Books by Ed McGaa:
McGaa, Ed. Eagle Vision : Return of the Hoop
Minneapolis, MN : Four Directions Publishing, 1998.
McGaa, Ed. Mother Earth Spirituality : native American paths to healing ourselves and our world
San Francisco : Harper & Row, 1990.
McGaa, Ed. Native Wisdom : Perceptions of the Natural Way
Minneapolis, MN : Four Directions Publishing, 1995.
McGaa, Ed. Rainbow Tribe : ordinary people journeying on the red road
San Francisco : Harper, 1992.
McGaa, Ed. Red Cloud
Minneapolis : Dillon Press, 1971.
McGaa, Ed. Reminiscences of Lorraine Three Legs, Standing Rock Sioux Tribe of South Dakota
Genre: Oral History
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