Joseph Epes Brown

Joseph Epes Brown (September 9, 1920 – September 19, 2000) was an American scholar whose lifelong dedication to Native American traditions helped to bring the study of American Indian religious traditions into higher education. His seminal work was a book entitled, ''The Sacred Pipe,'' an account of his discussions with the Lakota holy man, Black Elk, regarding the religious rites of his people. Provided by Wikipedia

by Brown, Joseph Epes
Published 2001
Oxford University Press