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Grey Owl - Wikipedia

While his writings showed his deep knowledge and concern about the environment, Belaney's account of his origins as "Grey Owl" was fictional. The consequences of the revelation were dramatic. Publishers immediately ceased producing his books under the name "Grey Owl". In some cases his books were withdrawn from publication. This in turn affected the conservation causes with which Belaney had been associated, resulting in a decrease in donations to them.
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baron_waste
Jun. 11th, 2016 01:38 am (UTC)


And by way of comparison:  “Iron Eyes” Cody, of whom it was said, “If he ain't an Indian he oughtta be, he's more Indian than a good many who were born to it,“ i e  There's no Zealot like a convert.

I say, if you're gonna do that, go it all out:  Ignatius Donnelly's Atlantis, the Antediluvian World claimed the Mandan Indians were white, descended from transplanted Bronze-Age Europeans.  This was no less horse-puckey than the rest of the book, but if you need a good cover story, that would do…



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