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Museographs The Sioux: Dakota, Lakota, Nakota

by Caron Lazar

Amid the armed conflict and broken treaty signings of nineteenth-century America, the highly successful horse culture of the plains, the Sioux Indians clutched to their way of life. Composed of three major groups...


Yellow Woman and a Beauty of the Spirit

by Leslie Marmon Silko

Bold and impassioned, sharp and defiant, Leslie Marmon Silko's essays evoke the spirit and voice

of Native Americans. Whether she is exploring the vital importance literature and language play

in Native American...


Great Lakes Indians: A Pictorial Guide

by William J. Kubiak

This illustrated guide introduces the cultures of 25 tribes of Algonquian, Iroquoian, and Siouan stock. Includes 139 sketches and paintings, plus a map showing the locations of each tribe.


American Indian Tribes of the Southwest

by Michael Johnson & Jonathan Smith

This book continues Osprey's series of Men-at-Arms titles on the history, costume, and material culture of the native peoples of North America, which is organized into geographical regions, language groups,...


The A to Z of Native American Movements

by Todd Leahy & Raymond Wilson

The A to Z of Native American Movements_through a chronology, an introductory essay, appendixes, a bibliography, and hundreds of cross-referenced dictionary entries on important persons, places, events, and...


The A to Z of Early North America

by Cameron B. Wesson

The indigenous populations of North America created impressive societies, engaged in trade, and had varied economic, social, and religious cultures. Over the past century, archaeological and ethnological research...


Between Two Worlds: The Legend of Quanah Parker

by Cynthia Kay Rhodes

Synopsis: Before boundaries were drawn and states were born, there lived a man named Quanah Parker. He was half white and half Comanche but, in his heart, he was one hundred percent Comanche. In his youth, he...


Peoples of the River Valleys: The Odyssey of the Delaware Indians

by Amy C. Schutt

Offers a fresh interpretation of the history of the Delaware, or Lenape, Indians in the context of events in the mid-Atlantic region and the Ohio Valley.


Historical Dictionary of the Inuit

by Pamela R. Stern

Profiles the history of the Inuit people from the first inhabitants to the present day society. More than 450 dictionary entries cover issues of society, economy, and politics; influential educators and writers,...


The Nations Within: The Past and Future of American Indian Sovereignity

by Vine Jr Deloria

The message of The Nations Within is an urgent on, and should be read by anyone concerned with American Indian affairs today.

 

“Those of us who try to understand what is happening in North American Indian...


Historical Dictionary of Early North America

by Cameron B. Wesson

This book examines the long and complex history of human occupation in North America, covering its distinct culture areas of the Arctic, California, Eastern Woodlands, Great Basin, Great Plains, Northwest Coast,...


Historical Dictionary of Native American Movements

by Todd Leahy & Raymond Wilson

The Historical Dictionary of Native American Movements_through a chronology, an introductory essay, appendixes, a bibliography, and hundreds of cross-referenced dictionary entries on important persons, places,...


Mabel McKay: Weaving the Dream

by Greg Sarris

A world-renowned Pomo basket weaver and medicine woman, Mabel McKay expressed her genius through her celebrated baskets, her Dreams, her cures, and the stories with which she kept her culture alive. She spent...


Imagining Geronimo: An Apache Icon in Popular Culture

by William M. Clements

Clements's study samples the repertoire of Geronimo stories and examines Americans' changing sense of Geronimo in terms of traditional patterns-trickster, social bandit, patriot chief, sage elder, and culture...


The Last Days of the Sioux Nation: Second Edition

by Robert M. Utley

This fascinating account tells what the Sioux were like when they first came to their reservation and how their reaction to the new system eventually led to the last confrontation between the Army and the Sioux...


Indians in Eden: Wabanakis and Rusticators on Maine's Mt. Desert Island

by Bunny McBride & Harald E. Prins

When the Wabanaki were moved to reservations, they proved their resourcefulness by catering to the burgeoning tourist market during the 19th and early 20th centuries, when Bar Harbor was called Eden. This engaging,...


History of Utah's American Indians

by Forrest S. Cuch

The valleys, mountains, and deserts of Utah have been home to native peoples for thousands of years. Like peoples around the word, Utah's native inhabitants organized themselves in family units, groups, bands,...


The Real All Americans: The Team That Changed a Game, a People, a Nation

by Sally Jenkins

Sally Jenkins, bestselling co-author of It's Not About the Bike, revives a forgotten piece of history in The Real All Americans. In doing so, she has crafted a truly inspirational story about a Native American...


Love and Hate in Jamestown: John Smith, Pocahontas, and the Start of a New Nation

by David A. Price

A New York Times Notable Book and aSan Jose Mercury News Top 20 Nonfiction Book of 2003In 1606, approximately 105 British colonists sailed to America, seeking gold and a trade route to the Pacific. Instead,...


Hannah's Journey

by Ralph Coonrod

HANNAH'S JOURNEY is a masterfully written account of immigration from the Black Forest area of Germany to the New World by the author's ancestor, Hannah Conrad. Hannah and her husband, Ulrick, survived a perilous...