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Illustrator David Fadden

David Fadden

David Kanietakeron Fadden is a member of the Wolf Clan of the Mohawk community of Akwesasne. He shares in the operation of the Six Nations Indian Museum in the Northeastern Adirondack Mountains in Onchiota, NY. David attended and graduated from the Saranac Lake Central School where he received recognition for his art. He attended North Country Community College in Saranac Lake, NY. In conjunction with formal art training he has learned technical skills, artistic insight, and other appropriate knowledge from his parents: John Fadden, educator, illustrator and painter; and Elizabeth Eva Fadden, wood sculptor. His particular area of expertise, with respect to creating images of Native Americans, has been nurtured by learning from his paternal grandfather, Ray Fadden, designer, author, and founder of the Six Nations Indian Museum of Onchiota, New York.


The Black Squirrel

Joseph Bruchac's The Black Squirrel is a story about great stories—traditional native tales about monster animals, Chenoo cannibal giants, Little People, and brave deeds done to protect us all. It's every bit adventure and myth, as Harry Potter is part adventure, part fantasy.

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