Native American Authors
Oren Lyons is Faithkeeper of the Turtle Clan of the Onondaga Nation and has been active in many areas including tribal and environmental issues. He is an author and artist, and holds an honorary doctor of law degree from Syracuse University. He is the Director of the Native American Studies program at the State University in Buffalo, New York.
Online resources by or about Oren Lyons:
Oren Lyons Biographical Sketch
Author: Harvard University Center for the Study of World Religions
Description: A short bio about Lyons written for a conference.
Oren Lyons, Member of Earth Legacy Advisory Board
Author: Earth Legacy, Inc.
Description: Biographical information, links, and a photo of Lyons.
Author: Diane Wintroub Calmenson
Description: Article about Lyons from the April 1998 issue of ISmagazine.
Books by Oren Lyons:
Lyons, Oren. Dog story
New York : Holiday House, 1973.
Lyons, Oren. Exiled in the land of the free : democracy, Indian nations, and the U.S. Constitution
Santa Fe, N.M. : Clear Light Publishers, 1992.
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