I have a limited supply of my book Around the Sacred Fire: Native Religious Activism in the Red Power Era, originally published in 2003 by Palgrave Macmillan / St. Martin’s Press. This “narrative map” of the Indian Ecumenical Conference tells the story of an important intertribal movement among native people throughout Canada and the U.S. during the 1970s and beyond.
One of the founders and leaders of the Conference was Clifton Hill, an outspoken Mvskoke activist. Many other Creek Nation citizens attended the annual gatherings including Phillip Deere, an influential Mvskoke elder. The Conference’s “sacred fire” was patterned after those kindled at the ceremonial grounds maintained by Mvskoke people and their indigenous neighbors.
If you will pay the postage ($7.75 USPS Priority Mail Flat Rate Envelope), I will be happy to mail you a first edition hardback of Around the Sacred Fire, signed or inscribed as you like. Please send me a message using the contact form in the right sidebar of this website – don’t forget to include your email address.