Law and Politics

$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.

$17.00 each

Children Left Behind: The Dark Legacy of Indian Mission Boarding Schools

Tim Giago, who spent his childhood at one of these schools, examines the unholy alliance between church and state that tried to destroy generations of Indian children.

$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.

$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

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.

$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.

$20.00 each

For Indigenous Eyes Only: A Decolonization Handbook

Recognizing an urgent need for liberation strategies, this offers hands-on suggestions for Indigenous communities to decolonize themselves.

$26.00 each

From a Native Daughter: Colonialism and Sovereignty in Hawai'i

This collection of 17 essays on the Hawai’ian sovereignty movement is a searing indictment of racism and colonialism.

$10.00 each

Hidden Roots

This new edition of one of Bruchac’s most important novels includes historical context for the story and discussion questions.

$30.00 each

In the Light of Reverence: Protecting America's Sacred Lands

Elders from three Indian communities tell the stories of the land and the struggle to protect the land.

$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!

$10.00 each

Kaianerekowa Hotinonsionne/The Great Law of Peace

The Great Law of Peace was given to the People of the Longhouse many centuries—perhaps a thousand years—ago.

$30.00 each

Lighting the 7th Fire

Skillfully weaves together the prophecy of the Seventh Fire with the issue of treaty rights in Northern Wisconsin.

$11.00 each

Modern Indian Issues: A Lesson Series for Secondary Teachers and Students

Explores: Repatriation, Religious Freedom, Mascots and Stereotypes, Tribal Sovereignty, Tribal Government, Tribal Enterprises, and Treaty Rights.

$7.50 each

Northwest Indigenous Gold Rush History: The Indian Survivors of California’s Holocaust

From an Indian perspective, the "Gold Rush" was a time of invasion, famine, murder, massacre.

$18.50 each

Playing Indian

Since even before the Boston Tea Party, white people have been “playing Indian.”  Deloria chronicles and analyzes the the “wannabe” movement.

$22.00 each

Questions & Swords: Folktales of the Zapatista Revolution

A refreshing take on the EZLN rebellion, that makes this complicated history accessible via folktales.

$25.00 each

River of Renewal: United by Water, Divided by People

Documents eight years of protest and acts of civil disobedience to defend Indian ways of life. A must see for all Californians!

$10.00 each

Roots of the Iroquois

Essential for students studying the U.S. Constitution.  Contrary to textbook dogma, the roots of American democracy lay not in European tradition, but in the ideals of the Iroquois Confederacy.

$17.00 each


By far one of the best books on the subject for young children and adults alike!  In just four days, young Shi-shi-etko will have to leave to go to an Indian residential school where her name, language and identity will be taken away. 

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