Mad Bear: Spirit, Healing, and the Sacred in the Life of a Native American Medicine Man

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Mad Bear: Spirit, Healing, and the Sacred
in the Life of a Native American Medicine Man

Book title: Mad Bear: Spirit, Healing, and the Sacred in the Life of a Native American Medicine Man

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Author: Doug Boyd

Book Description:
Mad Bear was a member of the Bear Clan of the Tuscarora Nation of the Six-Nation Iroquois Confederacy of the United States and Canada. A Native American rights-activist, he was also a medicine man and a leader with great power and influence both among his own people and cross culturally. In this personal and captivating narrative, Doug Boyd recreates Mad Bear’s tales of magic, his healing powers, and Native American legends. “Mad Bear” creates a rich and colorful portrait of the fascinating life of this vibrant, spiritual man.

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