Carlisle, PA, September 25, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Midwest Book Review raves about Oklahoma's Carlisle Indian School immortals:
The first volume of a series on Native American athletes, Oklahoma's Carlisle Indian School Immortals is the in-depth story of the dedicated sports players of Carlisle Indian School. Black-and-white photographs illustrate this enjoyable chronicle, accessible to readers of all backgrounds, and especially recommended for any sports player (Native American or not) seeking inspiration along the path of athletic achievement. Individual chapters focus primarily on the stories of well over a dozen young men and women who earned virtual immortality through their athletic accomplishments for their school - a couple of beginning chapters also tell about Carlisle Indians who turned pro, and explore the dynamics of all-Indian teams. An excellent contribution to sports or Native American studies shelves, especially recommended for college libraries.