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A Hopi Social History

by Scott Rushforth & Steadman Upham

All anthropologists and archaeologists seek to answer basic questions about human beings and society. Why do people behave the way they do? Why do patterns in the behavior of individuals and groups sometimes...


Gathering Together: The Shawnee People through Diaspora and Nationhood, 1600¿1870

by Sami Lakomaki (Lakomäki)

Weaving Indian and Euro-American histories together in this groundbreaking book, Sami Lakomäki places the Shawnee people, and Native peoples in general, firmly at the center of American history. The book covers...


Aboriginal and Visible Minority Librarians: Oral Histories from Canada

by Deborah Lee & Mahalakshmi Kumaran

This book, the first of its kind in Canada, is a collection of chapters from Aboriginal and visible minority librarians, working in Canada, speaking about the challenges they face in their profession; their...


An Indigenous Peoples' History of the United States

by Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz

The first history of the United States told from the perspective of indigenous peoples

 

Today in the United States, there are more than five hundred federally recognized Indigenous nations comprising nearly...


Western Apache Heritage: People of the Mountain Corridor

by Richard J. Perry

Mention "Apaches," and many Anglo-Americans picture the "marauding savages" of western movies or impoverished reservations beset by a host of social problems. But, like most stereotypes, these images distort...


Clearing a Path: Theorizing the Past in Native American Studies

by Nancy Shoemaker

Clearing a Path offers new models and ideas for exploring Native American history, drawing from disciplines like history, anthropology, and creative writing making this a must-read for anyone interested in the...


God and the Indian

by Drew Hayden Taylor

While panhandling outside a coffee shop, Johnny, a Cree woman, is shocked to recognize a face from her childhood, which was spent in a Native American boarding school. Desperate to hear him acknowledge the terrible...


Shadows on the Koyukuk: An Alaskan Native's Life Along the River

by Jim Rearden & Sidney Huntington

This is more than one man's incredible tale of hardship and success in Alaska. It is also a tribute to the Athapaskan traditions and spiritual beliefs that enabled him and his ancestors to survive. His story,...


Native Americans on Network TV: Stereotypes, Myths, and the "Good Indian"

by Michael Ray FitzGerald

This book argues that the US is a great colonial power and that this is clearly evident in network television’s treatment of minorities and colonized peoples. This book argues that televised representations...


Black Hawk

by Kerry A. Trask

A stirring retelling of the Black Hawk War that brings into dramatic focus the forces struggling for control over the American frontier

Until 1822, when John Jacob Aster swallowed up the fur trade and the trading...


The Heart of Everything That Is: The Untold Story of Red Cloud, An American Legend

by Bob Drury & Tom Clavin

An acclaimed New York Times bestseller, selected by Salon as a best book of the year, the astonishing untold story of the life and times of Sioux warrior Red Cloud: “a page-turner with remarkable immediacy…and...


John Eliot and the Praying Indians of Massachusetts Bay: Communities and Connections in Puritan New England

by Kathryn N. Gray

The book is about John Eliot and his mission to Massachusetts Bay in the seventeenth century; it analyses the English-speaking and Algonquian–speaking communities which coalesced in the process of this missionary...


Rogue Cells / Carbon Harbour

by Garry Thomas Morse

A unique fusion of science fiction and surrealism—the poetic density of the prose is a hermeneutic test for adventurous readers.


Xwelíqwiya: The Life of a Stó:lo Matriarch

by Rena Point Bolton & Richard Daly

Xwelíqwiya is the life story of Rena Point Bolton, a Stó:lō matriarch, artist, and craftswoman.


Medicine Ways: Disease, Health, and Survival Among Native Americans

by Clifford E. Trafzer & Diane Weiner

Improving the dire health problems faced by many Native American communities is central to their cultural, political, and economic well being. However, it is still too often the case that both theoretical studies...


Cultural Representation in Native America

by Andrew Jolivétte

An edited volume that tackles the contemporary issues facing Native Americans through community activism, politics, economics, and legislation.


Tribal Cultural Resource Management: The Full Circle to Stewardship

by Michael S. Burney, Darby C. Stapp & Van Jeff Pelt

The entrance of Native Americans into the world of cultural resource management is forcing a change in the traditional paradigms that have guided archaeologists, anthropologists, and other CRM professionals....


American Indians and the Urban Experience

by Kurt Peters & Susan Lobo

Modern American Indian life is urban, rural, and everything in-between. Lobo and Peters have compiled an unprecedented collection of innovative scholarship, poetry, prose, and stunning art-from photography and...


Tecumseh

by John Sugden

If Sitting Bull is the most famous Indian, Tecumseh is the most revered. Although Tecumseh literature exceeds that devoted to any other Native American, this is the first reliable biography--thirty years in...


End-of-Earth People: The Arctic Sahtu Dene

by Bern Will Brown

Bern Will Brown provides an in-depth account of the Northwest Territories' Sahtu Dene people (named "Arctic Hareskin" people by European explorers) across the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. The book includes...