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Darryl Babe Wilson
Darryl Babe Wilson was a Native American author and storyteller from the Pit River tribe (Achumawi and Atsugewi.)
He also published under his Native name, Sul'ma'ejote.
Books by Darryl Babe Wilson
The Morning The Sun Went Down:
Autobiographical essays by Darryl Babe Wilson about life in the Pit River Tribe.
Surviving In Two Worlds:
Interesting book of interviews about the contemporary Native American experience, edited by Wilson.
Surviving Through the Days: Translations of Native California Stories and Songs:
Collection of California Indian literature and mythology, including writings by Darryl Babe Wilson.
Darryl Babe Wilson's biography of the Cherokee chief Mankiller.
Darryl Babe Wilson Resources
Here are some links to online information about Darryl Babe Wilson:
Native American Authors: Darryl Babe Wilson
Interview with Darryl Babe Wilson
Darryl Babe Wilson Obituary
And here are our webpages about the Pit River tribes and languages:
Pit River Tribe
California Native American tribes
Hokan language family
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