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Johnny Moses (Whis.tem.men.knee (Walking Medicine Robe))

Nootka

Johnny Moses was born in the remote village of Ohiat, in British Columbia. Moses possessed a remarkable memory at a young age and learned the songs, dances, stories, and cultural traditions of several native American tribes. Today, Moses shares the Medicine Teaching of the Earth, Native American Instruction and lore once considered too sacred for public telling. Fluent in eight Native languages, he is a travelling ambassador for Northwest Coast cultures

 

Online resources by or about Johnny Moses:

Johnny Moses' Storytelling Home
Author: Johnny Moses
Type: authorbio
Description: Official web site for the storyteller. Includes a resume, photo gallery, and information about his tapes, storytelling, and workshops.
URL: http://www.johnnymoses.com/

Books by Johnny Moses:

Moses, Johnny. American Indian Voices presents Johnny Moses, storyteller from Northwest Pacific coast
LaConner, WA : J. Moses, 1992.

Moses, Johnny. Fall medicine songs
LaConner, WA : J. Moses, 1993.

Moses, Johnny. Fire circle songs
1986.
Language: Nootka

Moses, Johnny. Octopus Lady and Crow
New York, NY : Society for the Study of Myth and Tradition, 1994.
Genre: Folklore
Audience: All Ages
ISBN: 0930407342

Moses, Johnny. Red cedar stories
Johnny Moses, 1991.

Moses, Johnny. Summer medicine songs
Red Cedar Circle, 1990, 1994?.

Moses, Johnny. Traditional stories of the Northwest Coast
LaConner WA : Red Cedar Circle, 1989?.

Moses, Johnny. Winter medicine songs
Red CedarCircle , 1990, 1994?.


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