$16.00 each

500 Años del Pueblo Chicano /500 Years of Chicano History

 

Hundreds of photos, paintings, drawings, political cartoons, and text in Spanish and English about truths long denied, this is a huge photoessay and a family album, about the Mestizo people in whom Indian blood runs strong...

$24.00 each

500 Years of Chicana Women’s History/500 Años dela Mujer Chicana

If one thing can be said of Betita Martinez in particular and Chicanas as a group, it’s this: They’re no wimps. And this book is proof.

$10.00 each

A Native American Thought of It

Did you know that Native peoples developed their own sign language, syringe needles and a secret ingredient in soda pop?



$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.

$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.”

$6.00 each

American Indian Astronomy

Focuses on the knowledge American Indians contributed to the field of astronomy and introduces some of the tools Indian people used to observe the sky.

$6.00 each

American Indian Communication Systems

Focuses on the ways Indian people communicate in addition to spoken language including hand signs, images and other tangible expressions.

$175.00 each

American Indian Contributions to the World (5-Volume Set)

This five-volume set is accessible to students from fourth grade through high school.

$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.

$6.00 each

American Indian Timekeeping Devices

Focuses on the ways Indian people have understood and recorded the passage of time, and how events were documented and are remembered.

$6.00 each

American Indian Toys and Games

Focuses on some of the toys and games developed by Indian people for the dual purposes of having fun and developing important life skills.

$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.

$30.00 each

Away from Home: American Indian Boarding School Expereinces, 1879 - 2000

Dedicated to the tens of thousands of Native children who were taken from their homes to attend Indian boarding schools.

$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.

$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.

$13.00 each

Columbus: His Enterprise: Exploding the Myth

Should be required reading in every classroom where the “Columbus encounter” is taught.

$20.00 each

Contemporary Voices Along the Lewis & Clark Trail

Takes viewers through landscapes rich with the living legacy of people whose lifeways have been dramatically altered since their first contact with Europeans.

$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.

$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.

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