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Joe Starita was an investigative reporter and New York bureau chief for The Miami Herald, where one of his stories was a Pulitzer Prize finalist. He is now a professor at the University of Nebraska’s College of Journalism and the author of The Dull Knifes of Pine Ridge, an account of four generations of a Lakota Sioux family, that garnered a second Pulitzer Prize nomination, won the Mountain and Plains Booksellers Association Award, and has been published in six foreign languages.
|On the Banks of the Running Water||p. 1|
|A Homeland Under Siege||p. 23|
|The People Turn Their Faces South||p. 51|
|Life and Death in the Warm Country||p. 81|
|Going Home||p. 105|
|The Color of Blood||p. 131|
|A Ponca in Times Square||p. 165|
|Eighting a Wrong||p. 197|
|On the Land of the Fathers||p. 223|
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