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|Manitonquat (Medicine Story)|
Francis Story Talbot|
|Occupation||Writer and speaker|
Manitonquat (English translation Medicine Story ) (born Francis Story Talbot July 17, 1929), is a storyteller and New Age author. A co-founder of the Rainbow Gatherings, he has been known as an elder of the Rainbow Family.
Since the 1970s, he has toured the United States and Europe teaching and lecturing.
The Circle Way
His 1997 publication The Circle Way set out a non-adversarial model for community relations, based on what he describes as "Native American principles of egalitarian, inclusive decision-making".Template:Cn He has worked in the prisons with violent offenders.Template:Cn
- Have You Lost Your Tribe? Story Stone Publishing, (2011)
- The Original instructions: Reflections of an Elder on the Teachings of the Elders, Adapting Ancient Wisdom to the Twenty-First Century, AuthorHouse (June 29, 2009)
- The Circle Way, Story Stone Publishing (1997)
- Ending Violent Crime: A vision of a society free of violence (a community building program tested and proven successful under the most adverse conditions), a report of a successful prison program, Story Stone Publishing (1996)
- Children of the Morning Light, Simon & Schuster Children's Publishing (April 30, 1994), ISBN 978-0027659054
- Return to Creation, Bear Tribe Publishing, Spokane, Washington, 1st edition (July 1991), ISBN 978-0943404202