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2 edition of Red road. found in the catalog.

Red road.

Simon Harvester

Red road.

by Simon Harvester

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Published by Jarrolds .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Pagination192p.,20cm
Number of Pages192
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18882712M

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“The Red Road to Sobriety” is essential viewing in a variety of courses in Native American studies, religious studies and comparative religion, cultural anthropology, public health, psychology, and American history and studies. It was produced by Gary Rhine for Kifaru Productions and was co-directed by Gary Rhine and Chante Pierce (Cheyenne.   Red Road Books. General Fiction (Adult) | Historical Fiction. Pub Date 26 Sep Read an Excerpt Description. Her twenty-first century brain understood that the monster who was guilty of the murder of an innocent woman was not the same man whom she’d come to love, first as a lover, and later as a friend, or cousin – a true kinsman, but.


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The Red Road to Wellbriety is a book of healing that is culture-specific to Native Americans, but it may be used by all people. The book includes 12 chapters of cultural information about healing from alcoholism and addictions, including "how-to" information about working the 12 Steps in a Native way.

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Directed by Gary Rhine. With Benjamin Bratt. THE RED ROAD TO SOBRIETY is a feature length documentary exploring The Contemporary Native American Sobriety Movement, currently flourishing in the Indian communities of North America.

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