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Charles Eastman's first book, Indian Boyhood
    
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Charles Eastman's first book, Indian Boyhood, was published in 1902. It told the story of his own first years and upbringing and was an immediate success with the public. Charles Eastman wrote a total of 11 books, including:
  • Red Hunters and the Animal People (1904),
  • Old Indian Days (1906),
  • Wigwam Evenings (1909),
  • Smoky Day’s Wigwam Evenings: Indian Stories Retold (1910),
  • The Soul of the Indian (1911),
  • Indian Child Life (1913),
  • Indian Scout Talks (1914),
  • The Indian Today: The Past and Future of the First American (1915),
  • From the Deep Woods to Civilization (1916), and
  • Indian Heroes and Great Chieftains (1918).
All of his books were successful, some were used in school editions, and many were translated into French, German, Danish, and Czech languages and have been read all over the world for generations. Eastman also contributed numerous articles to magazines, reviews, and encyclopedias.

The World Wisdom collection of the writings of Charles Eastman, The Essential Charles Eastman (Ohiyesa): Light on the Indian World, has selections from a number of his books.
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