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All Is But a Beginning: Youth Remembered, 1881-1901

by John G. Neihardt

Other authors: Dick Cavett (Introduction)

Series: All Is But a Beginning (1)

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John Neihardt, celebrated for his cycle of epic poems about the American West and for Black Elk Speaks, was in his nineties when he wrote this engaging book about growing up in the Midwest. All Is But a Beginning describes the people and events instrumental in shaping his later distinguished career as a poet; historian, and authority on Indians.

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