$18.00 each

A Time of Resistance: California Indians During the Mission Period, 1769-1848

The only curriculum unit that tells the ways in which the Native peoples here resisted and survived Spanish colonialism, this is essential for fourth-grade teachers teaching about “California Indians.”

$12.00 each

Being a Responsible Person, Grades 3-6

This curriculum helps students understand what it means to be a responsible person, based on the cultural values of the Hupa Tribe.

$12.00 each

Being a Responsible Person, Grades 7-10

This curriculum helps students understand what it means to be a responsible person, based on the cultural values of the Hupa Tribe.

$25.00 each

Crossing the Rainbow Bridge: Our Story

The telling of this story led to reconnections of Native California families with their relatives in Hawai’i.

$10.00 each

Gold, Greed & Genocide

Told mostly from the perspective of California Indian people whose lives have been and continue to be impacted by the California Gold Rush.

$30.00 each

How Panther Got Tear Marks

This story, told in Karuk and English relays important messages to children as it reveals why Panther has tear marks.

$13.00 each

Indian Cartography

In this first book of poems given by Deborah Miranda, there is sadness, stone-cold fury, and even joy.

$45.00 each

Indians of Northwest California History/Social Science- and Literature-Based Curriculum Units

These 12 curriculum units include subjects such as tribal law, education, technology, housing, and traditional foods.

$14.00 each

It Will Live Forever: Traditional Yosemite Indian Acorn Preparation

Parker describes how acorns are processed, every step of the way.

$16.00 each

Itch Like Crazy

Rose’s poems are songs of conquest and genocide and survival.

$30.00 each

Karuk Basketmakers: A Way of Life

Describes the methods and materials used in basketmaking.  Tripp tells the story in both Karuk and English

$7.50 each

Northwest Indigenous Gold Rush History: The Indian Survivors of California’s Holocaust

From an Indian perspective, the "Gold Rush" was a time of invasion, famine, murder, massacre.

$12.00 each

Points of View vs. Historical Bias: Recognizing Bias in Texts about Native Americans

This excellent integrated thematic unit allows students to analyze textbook material, change the identified bias, and change how they learn history.

$50.00 each

Pomo Basketweavers: A Tribute to Three Elders

An in-depth introduction to the history, culture and basketweaving traditions of Pomo women.

$25.00 each

River of Renewal: United by Water, Divided by People

Documents eight years of protest and acts of civil disobedience to defend Indian ways of life. A must see for all Californians!

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