Ma'heo's Children is a new and in-depth perspective on the origins, early migrations and intertribal relations of the Cheyenne and Suhtaio Indians from prehistoric times to circa A.D. 1700. Brian Keefe's book is the product of unique and meticulous research and analysis, and includes a reappraisal of traditional tribal accounts which are examined in conjunction with recent archaeological findings, linguistics, cultural comparisons and religion. The study is long overdue and Ma'heo's Children more than adequately responds to the challenge of presenting the text in a lucid, flowing style, addressing complex issues that will be of interest to serious students of the subject. It is also highly recommended to anyone who has an interest in the history of Native American peoples.
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Brian Keefe has studied the various histories, cultures and religions of North American Indians for over fifty years. He has conducted original research into archival and previously unpublished works in both the United States and Canada, the United Kingdom and Western Europe. He has been a regular and welcome visitor among a number of North American tribes, with whom he has many friends, adopted family members and contacts. Keefe's previous works include the well-received, Red Was the Blood of Our Forefathers; episodes of Crow Indian intertribal warfare (2010), and several monographs. He is presently engaged in a number of related projects, one of which is a companion volume to Ma'heo's Children, in order to continue Cheyenne and Suhtaio evolution and history covering the period between A.D. 1700 and 1825. He currently lives in London, England, with his cat and soul mate Wilma.
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