Red Earth A Vietnam Warrior's Journey

ISBN-10: 1844712680

ISBN-13: 9781844712687

Edition: 2nd 2007

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List price: $14.95
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: Salt Publishing
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 152
Size: 5.00" wide x 8.25" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.396
Language: English

Philip H. Red Eagle was born in Tacoma, Washington in 1945 and moved to Sitka, Alaska, when he was 14 years old. He received his high school diploma from Sitka Senior High School on 18 May 1963. He was in and out of college for four years, finally enlisting in 1967. After one WesPac tour on the USS Somers, DDG-34 in 1969-70, he made his next tour "In-Country" as a riverboat mechanic from August 1970 to January 1972. It is the observations and feelings from this tour that make up the background of his short stories. Red Earth is his first effort.

Mother/Land
First Diamond
Amber Necklace
Turtle
The Moon's Other Face
First Woman
Opals
Game Bag
Ant Tree
Emerald
Hair
The Willow at Flint Pond
At Sugarloaf
Fertility Figure
Twentieth Anniversary Diamond
Algonkian Paradise
Race Point, Provincetown
Grand Banks
Pies
Bread
Where I Want Them
Swift River
Red
Ghosts at the Center of the Worldgarnet
Hummingbird Moth
Cod
Everywhere
Before Moving on to Plymouth from Cape Cod - 1620
Grandmother Woodchuck Talks to the Women of Salem
Englishmen's Footprints
Newfoundland Walking With Joseph Brant
Daughter's of the King
Mendel's Milkmen
Pink Sapphire
The Kneeling Girl
Mexican Amethyst
My Mother's Pearl Cuffs
Nesting
No Pity
Beauty Tip
Surrogate Mother
For Lenny, For Lisa
The Liar
Aftermath
Rose Quartz Necklace
Tradition
Ring of Protection
Poison in the Pond
Smallpox
Indian Blood
Graduate School First Semester
Chandelier
Crayons
Pink Ice with Marcasite
Pemigewasset
Visiting the Land of the Dead
North Country: Visiting the Land of the Dead
Entangled
Morning: UMass Medical Center
Hurricane - North Truro
Side Pass
Night Sky
Rosary
Grandmother Woodchuck As St. Ann
Jewel Box
Dressing
Up
Piano Dream
Purple Ice
Figure Eight
Like A Good Death
Into Green
Peridot
Blue House
For the Boy Standing Under the Drainpipe
Waiting for Feathers
Convent School
Underage
Onyx Necklace With Pearls
You Bring Out the Butch In Me
Marinade
Deep Winter
Wedding in A Burning Building
Into Green
Summer Language Lesson
How to Get There
Gamebag Dream
Aquamarine
Heart
Grandmother Knits
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