Southeastern Woodland

$15.00 each

Abiding Appalachia: Where Mountain and Atom Meet

Awiakta’s poetry follows the trail of Awi Usdi, Little Deer, through the saga of Tsali and the Trail of Tears, through her own childhood when the atom was split in secret, and into the heart of the atom itself.

$16.00 each

Coyote Sings to the Moon

Coyote wants to sing to the moon.  But, insulted by his atrocious singing voice, she packs her bags and leaves the sky.

$9.00 each

Crossing Bok Chitto: A Choctaw Tale of Friendship & Freedom

A moving children's story about the exchanges of empowerment between Native and African American communities.

$16.00 each

Dog Road Woman

In her first collection of poems, Hedge Coke tells about surviving the Indian holocaust, and of the toughness and fragility of life under occupation.

$15.00 each

Dwellings: A Spiritual History of the Living World

In this collection of meditations on the natural world, Hogan looks at how the elements eternally transform each other.

$17.00 each

Beneath the Raven Moon

Native American flute as only Mary Youngblood can play it. Won the 2003 Grammy Award for Best Native American Music Album.

$17.00 each

Dance with the Wind

Grammy Award Winner for Best Native American Music Album!

$17.00 each

Feed the Fire

Mary Youngblood's Native American Flute with her signature melodies and sweet vocals.

$7.50 each

First Fire: A Traditional Native American Tale

This traditional Cherokee story is beautifully written, and Emerson’s illustrations of the animals are impressive.

$18.00 each

For a Girl Becoming

A poetic tale of the joys and lessons of a girl’s journey through birth, youth, and finally adulthood.

$16.00 each

Green Grass, Running Water

A magical, rollicking tale by Cherokee author Thomas King.

$17.00 each

Heart of the World

Mary Youngblood's original sound promises to take listeners to places they have never been with the Native American flute.

$11.00 each

In Mad Love and War

Reads like a tumultuous journal of Joy Harjo’s dreams, stories and reports from Indian country.

$30.00 each

Indian Country Diaries, Part 1: A Seat at the Drum

Explores how Native people in the middle of an urban American culture resist assimilation.

$30.00 each

Indian Country Diaries, Part 2 Spiral of Fire

Explores the challenges faced by the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians on their reservation in North Carolina.

$16.00 each

Indian Shoes

Six stories about a Cherokee-Seminole youngster named Ray, secure in the loving care of his family in Chicago and rural Oklahoma.

$8.00 each

Itse Selu: Cherokee Harvest Festival

In the Blue Ridge Mountains, a young child and his family prepare for Itse Selu, the Green Corn Festival.

$18.00 each

Jingle Dancer

With no time to mail order tin jingles, Jenna makes her dress sing with help from her women relatives and friends.

$40.00 each

Listening to Our Grandmother’s Stories: The Bloomfield Academy for Chickasaw Females, 1852-1949

An award-winning contribution to the history of Indian women and women’s education.

$17.00 each

Mahk Jchi

Founded in 1987, Ulali was the first widely received Native American women's a cappella group.

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