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The title, “All things are related,” (mitakuye oyasin) is a frequently repeated phrase in Lakota ceremonies, teaches us of the interdependence of creation and the presence of the Creator in all things.
    
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For more than four decades, world-renowned artist Paul Goble has participated closely in the life of the Plains Indians of the American West and he has shared the friendship of many tribal elders who remembered the pre-reservation days.



In All Our Relatives readers can experience Native American tales and songs, dreams and quotations. These carefully chosen ancient stories and art meticulously reflects traditional designs and colors and with clear insights examines the spiritual life of these nomadic peoples.




All Our Relatives also contains a foreword by Dr. Joe Medicine Crow, Crow Tribal Historian and the oldest living man of the Crow tribe. He writes about Paul Goble:

“His art is tremendous because he is able to recreate the traditional forms with great accuracy and detail…He is able to recreate the spirit of the old stories with his illustrations and his words."


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