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  1. The Soul of the Indian by Charles Alexander (Ohiyesa) Eastman, 2003-07-02
  2. Ohiyesa: Charles Eastman, Santee Sioux by Raymond Wilson, 1999-05-25
  3. From the Deep Woods to Civilization by Charles Alexander (Ohiyesa) Eastman, 2003-08-22
  4. The Essential Charles Eastman (Ohiyesa), Revised and Updated Edition: Light on the Indian World (Sacred Worlds Series) by Charles Eastman, 2007-04-25
  5. The Soul of an Indian 2 Ed: And Other Writings from Ohiyesa (Charles Alexander Eastman)
  6. Light on the Indian World: The Essential Writings of Charles Eastman (The Library of Perennial Philosophy) by Charles Eastman (Ohiyesa), 2002-10-25
  7. Follow The Warrior's Path: Life Story of Ohiyesa Better Known As Dr. Eastman by Mary Rubeck Benson, 2002-08-28
  8. Indian Heroes and Great Chieftains by Charles A. Eastman Ohiyesa, 2010-06-07
  9. Indian Boyhood by Ohiyesa (Charles A. Eastman), 2007-12-06
  10. Old Indian Days by Charles A. [AKA Ohiyesa] Eastman, 2010-02-03
  11. The Magic Arrows and other Native American Folk Tales of the Sioux Indians by Charles A. (Ohiyesa) Eastman, Elaine Goodale Eastman, 2009-10-21
  12. The Soul of the Indian, an Interpretation by Charles Alexander (Ohiyesa) 1858-1939 Eastman, 1911
  13. Indian Heroes And Great Chieftains - Charles A.Eastman (Ohiyesa) by Charles A.Eastman (Ohiyesa), 2010-02-13
  14. Indian Boyhood By Ohiyesa by Charles A. Eastman, 1930

1. Ohiyesa :: Reader Store
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2. Ohiyesa Smith - DCAU Wiki: Your Fan Made Guide To The DC Animated Universe
Ohiyesa Smith was the Sheriff of Elkhorn, Oklahoma in the late 1800s.
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3. YMCA Camp Ohiyesa - MySummerCamps.com
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DAY CAMP Weekly sessions begin June 14 and end Aug. 27. Extended morning and afternoon care is always FREE. Bus transportation available and a hot lunch daily adds to the value. Fees range from $175 to $875 and include activites such as the 100' water slide, bounce castle village, giant swing, saddle club. 4 Weekly sessions of Overnight Camp add to the fun. Horseback riding is new this year. $375-$455

4. Ohiyesa (Dr. Charles Alexander Eastman), Santee Sioux
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Ohiyesa (Dr. Charles Alexander Eastman) Santee Sioux
"The true Indian sets no price upon either his property or his labor. His generosity is limited only by his strength and ability. He regards it as an honor to be selected for difficult or dangerous service and would think it shameful to ask for any reward, saying rather: "Let the person I serve express his thanks according to his own bringing up and his sense of honor. Each soul must meet the morning sun, the new sweet earth, and the Great Silence alone!. What is Silence? It is the Great Mystery! The Holy Silence is His voice! Whenever, in the course of the daily hunt, the hunter comes upon a scene that is strikingly beautiful or sublime a black thundercloud with the rainbow's arch above the mountain, a white waterfall in the heart of a green gorge, a vast prairie tinged with the blood-red of the sunset he pauses for an instant in an attitude of worship. He sees no need for setting apart one day in seven as a holy day, because to him all days are God's days.

5. Charles Eastman - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
A selection of his writings was published recently as The Essential Charles Eastman (Ohiyesa) (2007). Inspired by his writings, Ernest Thompson Seton sought his counsel in forming
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Image of Charles Eastman from the Smithsonian Born February 19, 1858
Near Redwood Falls, Minnesota Died January 8, 1939
Detroit, Michigan
Education Dartmouth College Boston University Charles Alexander Eastman (February 19, 1858 - January 8, 1939) was a Native American writer, physician , and reformer. He was of Santee Sioux and Anglo-American ancestry. Active in politics and issues on American Indian rights, he also helped found the Boy Scouts of America
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He was named Hakadah at his birth on a reservation near Redwood Falls, Minnesota . In Dakota Hakadah means the "pitiful last", as his mother Mary died at his birth. He was later named Ohíye S’a Dakota for "wins often") after winning a rough game of lacrosse . He was the son of Wak-anhdi Ota (Many Lightnings) and his mixed-race wife, Wakháŋthaŋkawiŋ (Goddess), a.k.a. Winona (first-born daughter) and Mary Nancy Eastman. Mary was the daughter of the American painter and military officer

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8. Ohiyesa (Dr. Charles Alexander Eastman), Santee Sioux
The true Indian sets no price upon either his property or his labor. His generosity is limited only by his strength and ability. He regards it as an honor to be
http://www.indians.org/welker/ohiyesa.htm

Indigenous Peoples' Literature
Ohiyesa (Dr. Charles Alexander Eastman) Santee Sioux
"The true Indian sets no price upon either his property or his labor. His generosity is limited only by his strength and ability. He regards it as an honor to be selected for difficult or dangerous service and would think it shameful to ask for any reward, saying rather: "Let the person I serve express his thanks according to his own bringing up and his sense of honor. Each soul must meet the morning sun, the new sweet earth, and the Great Silence alone!. What is Silence? It is the Great Mystery! The Holy Silence is His voice! Whenever, in the course of the daily hunt, the hunter comes upon a scene that is strikingly beautiful or sublime a black thundercloud with the rainbow's arch above the mountain, a white waterfall in the heart of a green gorge, a vast prairie tinged with the blood-red of the sunset he pauses for an instant in an attitude of worship. He sees no need for setting apart one day in seven as a holy day, because to him all days are God's days.

9. The Soul Of The Indian - Ohiyesa {C.A.Eastman} - 1911
The Soul of the Indian EDITORIAL Notations Commentary - a book published in 1911 by Charles Alexander Eastman - born 'Ohiyesa' of the Wahpeton (Santee) Sioux nation in 1858
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The Soul of the Indian
An Interpretation by Dr Charles Alexander Eastman, 1911
born Ohiyesa of the Santee Sioux, in 1858
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In All Ages and in All Lands ...
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In the preface to his newest translation of the classic The Life of Apollonius of Tyana (by Philostratus in 220AD) its editor, James Loeb, in 1912 wrote:
    "Means must be found to place these treasures within the reach of all who care for the finer things of life. The mechanical and social achievements of our day must not blind our eyes to the fact that, in all that relates to man, his nature and aspirations, we have added little or nothing to what has been so finely said by the great men of old."
Inclusive of this work by Charles Eastman, "The Soul of the Indian" , the editor has strived to engineer WWW solutions towards these means so that all - in particular those Students of Life - may learn of the nature of life in both the Inner World and the Outer World. For those who have the ears to hear the words of Eastman concerning the nature of the soul and the nature of nature are no different from those expressed 5600 years earlier in the Vedas , 3200 years earlier in the Upanishads , 2400 years earlier by Buddha and Lao Tsu in the East and Pythagoras and other PreSocratics in the West, 1900 years earlier by

10. Crazy Horse/Tashunkewitko, Oglala
Biography by Ohiyesa (Dr. Charles Alexander Eastman).
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Crazy Horse/Tashunkewitko
, Oglala
"A very great vision is needed and the man who has it must follow it as the eagle seeks the deepest blue of the sky. I was hostile to the white man...we preferred hunting to a life of idleness on our reservations. At times we did not get enough to eat and we were not allowed to hunt. All we wanted was peace and to be left alone. Soldiers came and destroyed our villages. Then Long Hair (Custer) came...They say we massacred him, but he would have done the same to us. Our first impulse was to escape but we were so hemmed in we had to fight."
Crazy Horse, as Remembered by Ohiyesa (Charles A. Eastman) Crazy Horse (Tashunkewitko) was born on the Republican River about 1845. He was killed at Fort Robinson, Nebraska, in 1877, so that he lived barely thirty-three years. He was an uncommonly handsome man. While not the equal of Gall in magnificence and imposing stature, he was physically perfect, an Apollo in symmetry. Furthermore he was a true type of Indian refinement and grace. He was modest and courteous as Chief Joseph; the difference is that he was a born warrior, while Joseph was not. However, he was a gentle warrior, a true brave, who stood for the highest ideal of the Sioux. Notwithstanding all that biased historians have said of him, it is only fair to judge a man by the estimate of his own people rather than that of his enemies. The boyhood of Crazy Horse was passed in the days when the western Sioux saw a white man but seldom, and then it was usually a trader or a soldier. He was carefully brought up according to the tribal customs. At that period the Sioux prided themselves on the training and development of their sons and daughters, and not a step in that development was overlooked as an excuse to bring the child before the public by giving a feast in its honor. At such times the parents often gave so generously to the needy that they almost impoverished themselves, thus setting an example to the child of self-denial for the general good. His first step alone, the first word spoken, first game killed, the attainment of manhood or womanhood, each was the occasion of a feast and dance in his honor, at which the poor always benefited to the full extent of the parents' ability.

11. Charles Eastman/Ohiyesa
Charles Eastman/Ohiyesa links and information Secondary bibliography on Charles Eastman Biographical sketch at the Native Authors site.
http://www.wsu.edu/~campbelld/amlit/eastman.htm

12. YouTube - Ohiyesa
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13. Little Crow
Ohiyesa (Charles Eastman s) biographical sketch of the Sioux leader.
http://www.indians.org/welker/littcrow.htm

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Little Crow
as Remembered by Ohiyesa (Charles A. Eastman)
Chief Little Crow was the eldest son of Cetanwakuwa (Charging Hawk). It was on account of his father's name, mistranslated Crow, that he was called by the whites "Little Crow." His real name was Taoyateduta, His Red People. As far back as Minnesota history goes, a band of the Sioux called Kaposia (Light Weight, because they were said to travel light) inhabited the Mille Lacs region. Later they dwelt about St. Croix Falls, and still later near St. Paul. In 1840, Cetanwakuwa was still living in what is now West St. Paul, but he was soon after killed by the accidental discharge of his gun. It was during a period of demoralization for the Kaposias that Little Crow became the leader of his people. His father, a well-known chief, had three wives, all from different bands of the Sioux. He was the only son of the first wife, a Leaf Dweller. There were two sons of the second and two of the third wife, and the second set of brothers conspired to kill their half-brother in order to keep the chieftainship in the family. Two kegs of whisky were bought, and all the men of the tribe invited to a feast. It was planned to pick some sort of quarrel when all were drunk, and in the confusion Little Crow was to be murdered. The plot went smoothly until the last instant, when a young brave saved the intended victim by knocking the gun aside with his hatchet, so that the shot went wild. However, it broke his right arm, which remained crooked all his life. The friends of the young chieftain hastily withdrew, avoiding a general fight; and later the council of the Kaposias condemned the two brothers, both of whom were executed, leaving him in undisputed possession.

14. Charles Eastman (Ohiyesa) Resource Page - Biography, Photos, Slideshows, Links
Charles Eastman (Ohiyesa) was an early Sioux author. This resource page includes a biography,
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15. Review, YA, THE SOUL OF THE INDIAN, AND OTHER WRITINGS FROM OHIYESA (CHARLES ALE
Ohiyesa, a Santee Dakota, lived a frustrated life in both the Native and white worlds. As a child, Ohiyesa was educated in the traditional teachings.
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THE SOUL OF AN INDIAN, AND OTHER WRITINGS FROM OHIYESA (CHARLES ALEXANDER EASTMAN), edited by Kent Nerburn, Ph.D. New World Library, 58 Paul Drive, San Rafael, CA 94903, (800) 227-3900, (800) 632-2122 in California, (415) 472-6131 FAX. 128 pp., $12.95 cloth. 1-880032-23-6 "...the God of the civilized and the God of the primitive, is after all the same God; and that this God does not measure our differences, but embraces all who live rightly and humbly on the earth." Ohiyesa This is also an adult book that covers topics many older teens are interested in. Ohiyesa, a Santee Dakota, lived a frustrated life in both the Native and white worlds. As a child, Ohiyesa was educated in the traditional teachings. His father, however, saw the Native way of live being extinguished and sent him to Dartmouth and Boston University to learn medicine. The student changed his name to Charles Alexander Eastman. After experiencing the corruption of Indian agents upon his return to Pine Ridge, South Dakota, Eastman spent the rest of his life trying to bring Natives and whites to a greater understanding of each other. This small gift book contains short inspirational passages from Ohiyesa's writings, from the love of nature to the moral strength of women to the Indian sense of rightness and justice. This is an appropriate gift for an occasion where encouragement and strength are required. Reviewed by Steve Brock Add: Wigwam Evenings ($10)), Old Indian Days($9) both also available from AISES. All the books are available as on-line-readabl or downloadable etext. Memoris of an Indian Boyhood (Dover, $5). All but

16. Gall
Ohiyesa (Charles Eastman s) biographical sketch of the Lakota chief.
http://www.indigenouspeople.net/gall.htm
Gall
as Remembered by Ohiyesa (Charles A. Eastman)
Chief Gall was one of the most aggressive leaders of the Sioux nation in their last stand for freedom. The westward pressure of civilization during the past three centuries has been tremendous. When our hemisphere was "discovered", it had been inhabited by the natives for untold ages, but it was held undiscovered because the original owners did not chart or advertise it. Yet some of them at least had developed ideals of life which included real liberty and equality to all men, and they did not recognize individual ownership in land or other property beyond actual necessity. It was a soul development leading to essential manhood. Under this system they brought forth some striking characters. Gall was considered by both Indians and whites to be a most impressive type of physical manhood. From his picture you can judge of this for yourself. Let us follow his trail. He was no tenderfoot. He never asked a soft place for himself. He always played the game according to the rules and to a finish. To be sure, like every other man, he made some mistakes, but he was an Indian and never acted the coward. The earliest stories told of his life and doings indicate the spirit of the man in that of the boy.

17. Quotes By Ohiyesa Of The Santee Sioux
Quotes by Ohiyesa of the Santee Sioux on QuotesInternet.com. Ohiyesa of the Santee Sioux quotes and thousands of other famous quotes.
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18. Quotes By Ohiyesa Charles Alexander Eastman. An Ohiyesa Charles Alexander Eastma
A Quote by Ohiyesa, Charles Alexander Eastman on ohiyesa, charles, alexander, eastman, soul, indian, god, silence, selfcontrol, true courage, endurance, patience, character
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Ohiyesa Charles Alexander Eastman
A Quote by Ohiyesa, Charles Alexander Eastman on ohiyesa, charles, alexander, eastman, soul, indian, god, silence, self-control, true courage, endurance, patience, character, equillibrium, poise, balance, selfhood, storms, calm, and unshaken
in We believe profoundly in silence—the sign of a perfect equilibrium.
Silence is the absolute poise or balance of body, mind, and spirit. Ohiyesa Charles Alexander Eastman Source: Contributed by: Meenakshi
A Quote by Ohiyesa, Charles Alexander Eastman on silence and lakota
in Lakota believe profoundly in silencethe sign of a perfect equilibrium.  Silence is the absolute poise or balance of body, mind, and spirit.  They who preserve their selfhood ever calm and unshaken by the storms of existencenot a leaf as it were, a stir in the trees; not a ripple upon the surface of a shining poolthis, in the mind of an unlettered sage, is the ideal attitude and conduct of life."
~Ohiyesha  (Charles Alexander Eastman)
Ohiyesa Charles Alexander Eastman Contributed by: Eric
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19. Red Cloud
Ohiyesa s (Charles Eastman s) recollections of the Sioux leader.
http://www.indigenouspeople.net/redcloud.htm
Red Cloud
"When we first made treaties with the Government, this was our position: Our old life and our old customs were about to end; the game upon which we lived was disappearing; the whites were closing around us, and nothing remained for us but to adopt their ways and have the same rights with them if we wished to save ourselves."
Red Cloud, as Remembered by Ohiyesa (Charles A. Eastman)
Red Cloud was born about 1819 near the forks of the Platte River. He was one of a family of nine children whose father, an able and respected warrior, reared his son under the old Spartan regime. The young Red Cloud is said to have been a fine horseman, able to swim across the Missouri and Yellowstone rivers, of high bearing and unquestionable courage, yet invariably gentle and courteous in everyday life. This last trait, together with a singularly musical and agreeable voice, has always been characteristic of the man. When he was about six years old, his father gave him a spirited colt, and said to him: "My son, when you are able to sit quietly upon the back of this colt without saddle or bridle, I shall be glad, for the boy who can win a wild creature and learn to use it will as a man be able to win and rule men."

20. Camp Ohiyesa 2010
4th graders enjoyed exceptionally sunny spring weather at Camp Ohiyesa. Songs and stories around the camp fire, hopping tables and eating in the chow hall, the giant swing, team
http://burnspark2.aaps.k12.mi.us/morhous/Site2010/Camp_Ohiyesa.html
4th graders enjoyed exceptionally sunny spring weather at Camp Ohiyesa.  Songs and stories around the camp fire, hopping tables and eating in the chow hall, the giant swing, team building exercises, long boat trapping and survival skills, Capture the Flag, Alpha Beta, finally last night in the cabins (pictured here) are only some of the fun activities that brought our students together for 3 days.

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