THE BIRCH CLUMP NOVELS Hawk Dancer Cloudburst
and the Birch Clump Village Reader series
Joshua Seidl, SSP
Now available in 11 countries
Dignitatis Humanae (Vat. II) 1965,
American Indian Termination & Relocation 1948-1971,
American Indian Freedom of Religion, August 11, 1978.
The Defense of the Rights of Aborigines, John Paul II, Nov. 29, 1986 (Scroll to the bottom of this page)
June 16: A special welcome to Jan Hein of the Netherlands.
June 13: What is a Brother? See my latest on-line flippin' magazine.
June 11: I'm back in town (NY). My Baby Boomer page ranks #1 & #2 on Google search.
Native Spirit Gallery ranks #1 on Google. (Search analysis for those topics as of today).
June 2: More than 30,000 folks visited this site. I'll be in Michigan June 3-10.
A reader emailed and asked about the photo above. My reply: It is not me back when. It's just a period photo of the late 60s of a Baby Boomer.
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"The journey towards racial and cultural equality is three steps forward, two steps back. Then, another three steps forward.
At least that's how it felt in the 1950's through the 70's. But, at least we made progress. "We found that a rich inheritance of
Indian humor stayed us, encouraged us, and by the Grace of God, saw us through to this day."
- - Words from Bro. Mandaamin, Congregation of St. James, a Franciscan Order of Native American Friars.
"We did not create the web of life. What we do to it, we do to others and ourselves and for the next seven generations."
Joshua's novels are dynamically driven and engaging. This modern saga of three cultures: Native American (Indian), Euro-American and Metis is based on
more than five years of research. Genre "Historical-Contemporary Fiction."
The Birch Clump Village Reader Series These short stories is a response to the request that the author tells more about major characters from the novels.
Prices - The BCV Readers are $12.95 in paperback or $4.99 as E-Pub ebooks.
The Novels are (HD part 1) $21.95 and $17.95 (CB part 2) in paperback, ($6.99 easch in E-Pub)
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Emerald Rising (BCVR#1), Fritha (BCVR#2), and Peanut Butter and Pickle Pie (BCVR#3)
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Coming: (and came)
A Birch Clump Christmas special is nearly complete. I hope it will debut sometime in September. Enduring stories, ( as Randy
might say for 'endearing,') concerning some of
our favored Birch Clump characters are included. Some real life Christmas experiences will be in the book as well. Three artists are contributing works
for the season. This will bring the number of my books in print to six, including the two novels. The fourth in the Birch Clump
Village reader series is still in the works. I promise we will learn what became of Amos Crow in BCVR-4. He's the 18 year old that was ambushed in the
Fishing Hole segments. Part 1 is in BCVR-1. Part 2 is in BCVR-3. If you haven't read any of the BCVR series yet, you can
get acquainted with the Fishing Hole free via one of my on-line flippin' magazines.
I estimate the BC Christmas book to run in the area of $8.95-$12.95. I'm hoping to keep the cost down so you can grab a couple or so for stocking
stuffers or as last minute gifts if someone shows up during the holiday. The e-book will probably match the other BCVR readers at $4.99.
This right of the human person to religious freedom is to be recognized in the constitutional law whereby society is governed and thus it is to become
a civil right. [Vatican II, Dignitatis Humanae, 1965.] American Indian Termination and Relocation acts
lasted from 1948 - 1971. The American Indian Freedom of Religion law passed on August 11, 1978. The lives of those in these books are on par with how
many in real life influenced these social, legislative and Ecclecial changes. "All over the world people worship God and read His Word in their
own language, and color the great signs and symbols of religion with touches of their own traditions. Why should you be any different from them in this
regard, why should you not be allowed happiness of being with God and each other in Aboriginal Fashion?" - - Pope John Paul II
The Defense of the Rights of Aborigines, Nov. 29, 1986