Open Preview See a Problem? Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Wolfkiller by Louisa Wade Wetherill. Fascinating history and compelling storytelling make Wolfkiller, the memoir of a Navajo shepherd man who lived in the Monument Valley region of the Southwest, a page-turning epic. Wolfkiller's story Fascinating history and compelling storytelling make Wolfkiller, the memoir of a Navajo shepherd man who lived in the Monument Valley region of the Southwest, a page-turning epic.
Wolfkiller's story was recorded and translated by pioneer trader Louisa Wade Wetherill, an unlikely pairing that came together when she moved to this remote area of southern Utah in Wetherill recognized that Wolfkiller was a man of exceptional character, with lessons and wisdom of the Navajo that deserved to be recorded and preserved for the benefit of future generations. Get A Copy.
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This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Apr 23, Rosa rated it really liked it Shelves: native-american-first-peoples , biographies , southwest.
View 2 comments. Dec 28, Monty rated it really liked it. Wolfkiller was published this year by the great grandson of a woman who employed and interviewed Wolfkiller, a Navajo shepherd who was born around and died in This book is easy to read and includes Wolfkiller's recollections of his education by his grandfather, a Navajo healer, and some of his experiences as an adult. It includes many stories with lessons on how to live a good, peaceful life.
It is filled with many photos it worth your time just to see the photos. Some stories in th Wolfkiller was published this year by the great grandson of a woman who employed and interviewed Wolfkiller, a Navajo shepherd who was born around and died in Some stories in the book include his clan's having to move from their land for four years, raids by the Utes, how Wolfkiller got his name, how what we think determines what happens to us, and many more.
I think this is a remarkable book that teaches us a little more about American history than what any of us was ever taught in school. But more so, it offers lessons on how to be a good person. Dec 18, Josh rated it it was amazing.
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If you've read the Alchemist, you'll enjoy reading this book. This is a good follow up read to the Alchemist. Wolfkiller tells of stories and lessons brought to surface by the teachings of his grandfather. What makes this book great is the original intentions were intact. In the beginning, the author explains how her editor wanted her to change material to make the read more "realistic", because the editor felt some content was based on myth.
To have an anglo author deny the request of her edito If you've read the Alchemist, you'll enjoy reading this book. To have an anglo author deny the request of her editor was encouraging and left the original intent intact, as it should be. Each story leads to an underlying message of how to be a good person.
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Very Dine' centric. I recommend this book, especially for those who hail from Western Agency as this Wolfkillers' story originated from Oljato. Dec 02, Jen rated it really liked it Shelves: reads. I had a hard time getting into this book, but by the end I rate it with 5 stars.
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I will save this for my daughter and read it to her as she gets older! Mar 23, Brandon Henke rated it liked it Shelves: short-stories , biography , native-americans , american-southwest , mythology. Navajo mythology and a first hand account of the tribe's hunting techniques, burial ceremonies, medical practices, and even their captivity at Fort Sumner in Bosque Redondo. Fantastic photos accompany this brief collection of amiable wisdom. Jan 17, SouthWestZippy rated it really liked it Shelves: american-indian , biography , library-loan , native-american , perseverance , short-stories.
Very interesting history book. Louisa Wade Wetherill recorded and translated Wolfkiller's story's and Harvey Leake compiled them for the book. Sep 06, Fernanda rated it it was amazing. For anyone interested in learning about the Navajo culture this is a wonderful book.
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