George P. Godfrey

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General Information

Name: George P. Godfrey

Pen Name: George Godfrey

Genres: Fiction, Non-Fiction, History

Born:


Website: www.potawatomi-tda.org/books/georgeg.htm

Email: N/A


Illinois Connection

Godfrey resides near Athens, Illinois.

Biographical and Professional Information

George Godfrey's career spans Lepidoptera research with Illinois Natural History Survey and University of Illinois, college teaching and administration at Haskell Indian Nations University and national leadership in the development of agricultural science and research programs by the Tribal Colleges and Universities (USDA). Upon retirement, he turned to writing.

His Potawatomi culture, ancestry and history are dominant parts of his life. He is president of the Potawatomi Trail of Death Association and is integrally involved in studying the forced removal of his tribe from the Great Lakes area. He strives to pass on his knowledge through his writings, public speaking and tribal dancing. His dancing has been performed as far away as the Altai Republic in southern Siberia. He once was described as a “dust ball” because it is not known where he will appear next.


Published Works

The Indian Marble, CreateSpace , 2014

Watchekee (Overseer): Walking in Two Cultures, CreateSpace, 2013

Once a Grass Widow: Watchekee's Destiny, CreateSpace, 2013


Titles at Your Library

The Indian Marble

ISBN: 1494781824
Release Date: 2014-02-07

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Watchekee (Overseer): Walking in Two Cultures

ISBN: 1484868900
Release Date: 2013-05-11

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Once a Grass Widow: Watchekee's Destiny

ISBN: 1482538547
Release Date: 2013-04-17

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Literary Awards

Speaking Engagements and Upcoming Appearances

Speaking Engagement Availability: (Yes)

Contact:

Neshnabek Publications

24108 Burr Oaks Lane

Athens, IL 62613

External Links

George P. Godfrey on WorldCat


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