$25.00 each

El Q’anil: Man of Lightning

Stands alongside such classic Maya literary artifacts as Popol Vuh and Chilam Balam but has been preserved only through oral tradition.

$15.00 each

From the Deep Woods to Civilization

This second part of his autobiography begins with Ohiyesa’s abrupt departure from traditional life at the age of 15 to join his father in the “civilized” world.

$15.00 each

From the Heart of the Crow Country: The Crow Indians' Own Stories

Enlightening collection of legends, humorous tales, history and detailed accounts of life and culture, all told from Crow points of view.

$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.

$15.00 each

Honor the Grandmothers: Dakota and Lakota Women Tell Their Stories

Four elders uncompromisingly tell of their lives. This is an antidote to all the lies non-Indian children are taught about the “savage Sioux.”

$19.00 each

I Will Be Meat for My Salish – The Montana Writers Project and the Buffalo of the Flathead Indian Reservation

Authentic look at Flathead Indian Reservation and pre-reservation Salish history, through oral interviews from the 1920s and 1930s.

$15.00 each

In the Name of the Salish & Kootenai Nation: The 1855 Hell Gate Treaty and the Origin of the Flathead Indian Reservation

Reproduces the complete text of the Hell Gate Treaty and supporting documents, including official proceedings of the treaty council.

$20.00 each

In the Spirit of Crazy Horse: The Story of Leonard Peltier and the FBI's War on the American Indian Movement

Finally republished after being kept off the shelves for eight years because of a government-financed lawsuit for the truths it exposed.

$10.00 each

Indian Boyhood

The first book by Eastman (1858-1939), in which he describes growing up in a traditional Santee environment.

$20.00 each

Indian Heroes and Great Chieftains

Short biographical stories of 15 great Indian leaders.

$18.00 each

Indians in Unexpected Places

Deloria shows how popular culture continues to interpret images of Indians as though we are frozen in time!

$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.

$20.00 each

It Had to Be Done: Navajo Code Talkers Remember World War II

This is their story.  It''s a story about a code of humble origins, that saved thousands of American lives in World War 2.

$23.00 each

Keeping the Rope Straight: Annie Dodge Wauneka's Life of Service to the Navajo

As a Tribal Council delegate and community leader, Annie Wauneka improved the healthcare and education available to her people.

$14.00 each

Land of the Spotted Eagle

Filled with personal stories, Standing Bear writes about child rearing and family; social, spiritual and political organization; and what it is to be human.

$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.

$18.00 each

Lost Bird of Wounded Knee: Spirit of the Lakota

The sole survivor of the 1890 Wounded Knee massacre, Lost Bird lived a short life marred by racism, abuse and poverty.

$17.00 each

Malian’s Song

Young readers will learn about the devastation of 1759 attack on the village of Odanack, and the resilience of the people.

$18.00 each

Medicine Trail: The Life and Lessons of Gladys Tantaquidgeon

Despite James Fenimore Cooper’s "The Last of the Mohicans," the Mohegan people are alive and well. This is the story of one of their century-old elders.

$14.00 each

Moose to Moccasins: The Story of Ka Kita Wa Pa No Kwe

A great-grandmother tells what it was like living on the land when Indian families were struggling against the destructive values of an alien culture.

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