They Call Me Eddie Morrison: Cherokee National Treasure

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The life and work of the famous Cherokee sculptor. Eddie Morrison is perhaps the best-known living Native American sculptor. Morrison’s pieces embody the best of Cherokee tradition by combining the heart, spirituality, and philosophy of his culture. His work is displayed in galleries all across the US, in private collections, and in several foreign countries. This lushly illustrated work is not just a compendium of Morrison’s art: it is the story of a humble man with a deep passion for his heritage and a drive to ensure a thriving future for his people. With more than 100 images of Morrison’s works and a foreword by Principal Chief Bill John Baker, this volume is a beautiful and invaluable resource.
ISBN: 9781455622245
Format: Hardback
Publisher: Pelican Publishing
Images: 25
Pages: 136
Dimensions: 8 (w) x 10 (h)
Bill Keith is a seasoned journalist with forty years of experience in the field. He has traveled to thirty-five countries and has worked as a war correspondent in Vietnam, an investigative reporter for the Shreveport (LA) Times, and as the city editor for the Shreveport (LA) Journal. During the 1970s, Keith investigated and reported on the crimes of Police Commissioner George D’Artois. His investigative journalism and devotion to the truth earned him both praise and national recognition. Now a full-time writer, he has published numerous books, articles, and biographies. Keith received his bachelor of arts degree in journalism from Wheaton College and a master of divinity from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. Aside from his career in journalism, he served as a Louisiana senator from 1980 to 1984. He resides in Longview, Texas, with his wife, Vivian.
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