$8.00 each

1621: A New Look at Thanksgiving

 

Weighs Wampanoag oral traditions and English colonial written records against the popular myth of Thanksgiving.

$13.00 each

A Few More Stories: Contemporary Seneca Tales of Supernatural

A Few More Stories is every bit as scary and wonderful as Bowen’s previous book, One More Story.

$12.00 each

Adventures of Rabbit and Bear Paws, vol. 1: "The Sugar Bush"

Modeled on the popular Asterix Adventures, these Ojibwe-centric graphic novels are set in 18th Century colonized North America, where Ojibwe brothers deal with their land-hungry new neighbors.

$12.00 each

Adventures of Rabbit and Bear Paws, vol. 2: "The Voyageurs"

Modeled on the popular Asterix Adventures, these Ojibwe-centric graphic novels are set in 18th Century colonized North America, where Ojibwe brothers deal with their land-hungry new neighbors.

$12.00 each

Adventures of Rabbit and Bear Paws, vol. 3: "True Hearts"

In True Hearts, spring has come to the village and our heroes Rabbit and Bear Paws set out with their extended family to witness the engagement of a young couple, along the way they encounter the difficulty of finding just the right life partner.

$12.00 each

Adventures of Rabbit and Bear Paws, vol. 4: "Tall Tale"

Modeled on the popular Asterix Adventures, these Ojibwe-centric graphic novels are set in 18th Century colonized North America, where Ojibwe brothers deal with their land-hungry new neighbors.

$12.00 each

Adventures of Rabbit and Bear Paws, vol. 5: "Bear Walker"

Modeled on the popular Asterix Adventures, these Ojibwe-centric graphic novels are set in 18th Century colonized North America.

$11.00 each

Amikoonse (Little Beaver)

The story of Amikoonse, the little beaver, who discovers a world beyond that he has always known.

$15.00 each

An Upriver Passamaquoddy

Drawing on his memories and an oral tradition, Allen Sockabasin returns to his Passamaquoddy village. To the outside world they lived in poverty, but he remembers a life that was rich.

$24.00 each

And Grandma Said...:Iroquois Teachings as Passed Down Through the Oral Tradition

“Grandma says” is Tom Porter’s story of a lifetime of learning and teaching, a gift from generations who have not forgotten how we were meant to be on this earth.

$4.50 each

Aseban: The Ojibwe word for Raccoon

Typical of traditional stories, this one both explains natural phenomenon and describes appropriate behavior for being a good person.

$11.00 each

Being on the Moon

A poignant collection of poems on topics from ceremony to sex to religion. The moon calendar is a consistent theme, as is womanhood.

$8.00 each

Birch Bark Greeting Cards

Each of these beautiful handmade and signed cards features traditional animal figures cut from birch bark.

$6.00 each

Boozhoo, Come Play With Us

With Ojibwe words and color photographs of the Fond du Lac kids doing what little kids do, this beautiful board book will appeal to little kids everywhere.

$8.00 each

Brothers in Arms

Three complex and multi-layered contemporary short stories, each primarily focused on two characters who are brothers.

$14.00 each

Chief Ninham Forgotten Hero

Author Eva Jean Bowman wrote this historical non-fiction book to empower Native and non-Native children.  Illustrated by the students of Bowler Elementary.

$6.00 each

Children of the Longhouse

In this coming-of-age story, 11-year-old twins, brother and sister, are living in a Mohawk town in 1491.

$15.00 each

Coyote in Love with a Star

A well-done modern adaptation of a traditional Potawatomi tale, where Coyote leaves the rez to secure a job as rodent control officer at the World Trade Center.

$10.00 each

Crazy Horse's Vision

Without polemic, without romanticism, Bruchac tells the story of Crazy Horse's childhood and the vision that was to direct his adult life.

$13.00 each

Dirt Road Home

New England Indians have a history of being written off as not being “real Indians.”  Savageau speaks to this.

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