Contemporary Issues

$8.00 each

1621: A New Look at Thanksgiving


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

$43.00 each

A Broken Flute: The Native Experience in Books for Children

A Broken Flute is as close to comprehensive as a bibliography on a given subject can get, and more brutally honest than anything else out there.

$15.00 each

A People’s Ecology: Explorations in Sustainable Living

Presents a tapestry of perspectives on the interplay of health, cultural ecology, diet, agriculture, and environment, which are foundations of sustainable living, rooted in the historical traditions and practices of Indigenous peoples.

$9.00 each

Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian

An Indian boy coming into adulthood, literally weaving and dodging and rolling with the pun

$42.00 each

American Indian Themes in Young Adult Literature

Analyzes contemporary literature, historical fiction and non-fiction in young adult “books about Indians,” with a discerning eye.

$20.00 each

American Outrage

Two Western Shoshone elders, Carrie and Mary Dann, endure decades of struggles against federal marshals for rights to their own land.

$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.

$14.00 each

Bead on an Anthill: A Lakota Childhood

In Bead on an Anthill, there is birth and death, loss and tragedy—and healing.

$25.00 each

Behind Closed Doors: Stories from the Kamloops Indian Residential School

May the telling and sharing of these stories bring peace and healing to wounded spirits.

$15.00 each

Boarding School Seasons: American Indian Families, 1900-1940

A study of the residential school experience from the perspective of the Indian students who lived at two schools in Kansas and South Dakota.

$5.50 each

CURE Analysis: Houghton Mifflin History/Social Science Series

A group of parents, students, and educators calling themselves Communities United against Racism in Education (CURE) analyze kindergarten through fifth-grade texts.

$25.00 each

Custer Died for Your Sins: An Indian Manifesto

Deloria offers his special, ironic Indian point of view on U.S. race relations, federal bureaucracies, Christian churches, and social scientists.

$9.00 each

Daughters of Abya Yala: Indigenous Women Regaining Control

In 1991, Indian women of North, South, and Central America gathered in Lima, Peru with the goal of “reflecting on the situation of the Indian peoples of our continent.”

$15.00 each

Do All Indians Live in Tipis? Questions & Answers from the National Museum of the American Indian

Few questions about Indians are too ridiculous to ask. The answers here are well-researched, thoughtful and informative.

$10.00 each

Eat, Run, and Live Healthy

Part of the Caring For Me series. Children learn about feeding our bodies with healthful food and keeping our bodies moving.

$18.00 each

Education for Extinction: American Indians and the Boarding School Experience, 1875-1928

Truly one of the best, most detailed accounts of this tragic era in American genocide policy.

$19.00 each

Every Day Is a Good Day: Reflections by Contemporary Indigenous Women

Twenty indigenous female leaders discuss modern issues facing their communities.

$19.00 each

Evolution, Creationism, and Other Modern Myths

Deloria takes on both the evolutionists and religious fundamentalists, giving the reader a critical analysis of flaws of each.

$25.00 each

Explore the River: Bull Trout, Tribal People, and the Jocko River

Comprehensive multimedia education package that describes the values of healthy aquatic ecosystems, and the ecology and importance of bull trout.

$8.00 each

Food Is Medicine: Recovering Traditional Foods to Heal the People

Authors review traditional agriculture, biodiversity, and the issues brought about by colonization of people and land.

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