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The Nature Way

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Corbin Harney's long life encompassed remarkable changes in the lives of Native Americans and in the technological and political development of the world. He was born into an impoverished Western Shosone family on the Nevada-Idaho border. As an adult, Harney found his calling as a traditional healer and spiritual leader. Soon he became involved in the Shoshone struggle for ...more
Paperback, 136 pages
Published September 9th 2009 by University of Nevada Press (first published June 1st 2008)
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Nov 08, 2010 Tuck rated it really liked it
a nice little book detailing crobin harney's ideas about shoshone beliefs and his opposition to yucca mountain nuclear waste storage and nuclear bomb testing on shoshone lands and his fights to keep indian sovereignty over their lands. he talks about the importance of paying attention to "The Nature" as all of everything around us is alive and will help us if we ask it to, or will bite us in the ass if we ignore it (like skin cancer from the sun, before, when sang to the sun and didn't pollute ...more
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