All Ages

$13.00 each
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No Borders

Will encourage youngsters to look around, to see their world with a new awareness - and maybe even write their own poems. 

$9.00 each
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No Time to Say Goodbye: Children’s Stories of Kuper Island Residential School

A fictional account of five children taken by government agents brought to Kuper Island Residential School in the 1950s.

$20.00 each
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North by Northeast: Wabanaki, Akwesasne Mohawk and Tuscarora Traditional Arts

Explores connection to connection to place, tradition, and identity through the work of over thirty-five traditional artists.

$17.00 each
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Northeastern Native American Animal Stories

Youngest listeners (and adults, too) will tune right in to these, especially when they hear the animal sounds.

$7.50 each
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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.

$14.00 each
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Ocean Power: Poems from the Desert

In O’odham and English, describes the annual seasons and rhythms of the desert as movements of wind, rain, and flood.

$17.00 each
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Ojibway Ceremonies

Offers a rare glimpse of Ojibway culture before it was disrupted by Europeans.

$11.00 each
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Ojibway Family Life in Minnesota: 20th Century Sketches

Part of the Grandmother Spider’s Web Series of Teacher Guides produced by the Anoka-Hennepin Indian Education Project.

$17.00 each
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Open Circle

Presents ancient flute songs of a universal human experience interpreted by Kevin Locke (Tȟokéya Inážiŋ).

$20.00 each
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Our Spirits Don’t Speak English: Indian Boarding School

This compelling documentary provides in-depth interviews with survivors of the Indian Board School system.

$15.00 each
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Over a Century of Moving to the Drum: Salish Indian Celebrations on the Flathead Indian Reservation

A Salish teacher and spiritual advisor shares what the elders taught him about the early Salish Indian celebrations.

$30.00 each
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Pepper's Pow Wow

Documents the musical and cultural legacy of saxophonist Jim Pepper (Creek/Kaw), who was an innovator in jazz-rock fusion.

$6.00 each
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Plants and their Uses by the Chippewa Indian People (Student)

Designed for upper elementary students, this booklet can supplement basic science and social studies concepts.

$6.00 each
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Plants and their Uses by the Chippewa Indian People (Teacher)

Designed for upper elementary students, this booklet can supplement basic science and social studies concepts.

$12.00 each
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Points of View vs. Historical Bias: Recognizing Bias in Texts about Native Americans

This excellent integrated thematic unit allows students to analyze textbook material, change the identified bias, and change how they learn history.

$50.00 each
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Pomo Basketweavers: A Tribute to Three Elders

An in-depth introduction to the history, culture and basketweaving traditions of Pomo women.

$20.00 each
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Popol Vuh: A Sacred Book of the Maya

His interpretation of what Montejo calls the “literary gem of the indigenous people of Guatemala."

$35.00 each

Pueblo Artists: Portraits

Toba Pato Tucker’s expressive portraits honoring Pueblo artists were made over a two-and-a-half-year sojourn in the Southwest.

$22.00 each
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Questions & Swords: Folktales of the Zapatista Revolution

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

$20.00 each
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Rabbit Proof Fence (DVD)

Dramatization of the true story of three little girls, part of the “stolen generation” that were kidnapped and brought to Aboriginal residential schools.

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