Travels In A Stone Canoe (Paperback)
The Return of the Wisdomkeepers
Simon & Schuster, 9781476702650, 304pp.
Publication Date: June 16, 2012
About the Author
Steve Wall, a documentary photographer, has worked in more than forty countries, primarily for National Geographic magazine and books. His work has been featured in the United States and international publications and exhibited in galleries, museums, and collections in more than eight countries, including The International Center of Photography in New York and the Gallery of the Union of Artists in Moscow, Russia.
Praise For Travels In A Stone Canoe: The Return of the Wisdomkeepers…
Dennis Banks I had enjoyed Arden and Wall's Wisdomkeepers, so something else by these two, I thought, would be just as good. Travels in a Stone Canoe, however, exceeds my expectations. It's not just another book by whites about "the poor" Indians. It's almost a reversal work -- as if it were the story of two whites by Indians! Their trip took me along with them. I wished I were on the Stone Canoe myself.
Leonard Peltier Travels in a Stone Canoe is even better than Wisdomkeepers. Havey Arden and Steve Wall capture and interpret the true Native American philosophy of life -- a life that is real, a life that we have lived for thousands of years. Travels in a Stone Canoe is a gift to future generations. I strongly recommend it.
Whoopi Goldberg Once again, into the world with Steve and Harvey, and once again they return with a message we all can understand and be part of. But will we? These two say, "Try."