Listen to the resounding speeches made by some of the greatest, the average, and the anonymous First People whose words have come down to us through history. From the first contacts in the sixteenth century up until the modern day, the metaphors and depth of feeling contained within their words has not lessened. Struggling against injustice and dealing with sorrow, this collection of 82 speeches provides a clear window into Native American history. 218 pages with notes on the speeches and orators included. Paperback.