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His portrait of the Nez Perce leader shows compassionate leadership at its finest.
Past research treats Nez Perce culture from either an ethnographic or historic perspective, but few researchers examine how the Nez Perces are confronting contemporary issues of power shaped by modern events.
As the author explains in a note at the end, Perce and all the other characters were real men, and it's clear that McKernan researched carefully in order to present her fictional tale as accurately as possible.
(By the 1930s sixteen Nez Perce and almost forty Dakotas had been ordained pastors in the Presbyterian Church.)
Common names for these bags include "soft wallets," "cornhusk bags," and "Nez Perce" bags.
For the Nez Perce Tribe, the year so far has been one of business expansion starting with a hole in one and, more recently, taking the plunge into a hot springs enterprise.
Perce (per-SAY), about 250 miles from the start of our drive, is a tourist town, a concentration of motels, souvenir shops and restaurants - one of which, La Maison du Pecheur, provided the cod tongues (again, better than they sound).
Thunder in the Mountains: Chief Joseph, Oliver Otis Howard, and the Nez Perce War
In the article on Shackleton's expedition in the January/February 2017 issue, you have a picture of Perce Blackborow with the ship's cat, whom you do not identify.