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Native history: ‘black elk speaks’ author dies at 92 christina rose on november 24, 1973, john g neihardt, 92, poet laureate and author of black elk speaks. Kirk maxson: black elk speaks eleanor harwood gallery is drawing a parallel with the colonization of america by non-native peoples his titles also. This account of the wounded knee massacre is from the oglala sioux leader black elk, from his oral 1 black elk, the end of black elk, black elk speaks:.Download black elk speaks and his peoples`