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Bookstore

Bookstore

Honest, accurate books and movies are an important part of preserving and conveying American Indian culture, stories, and history.

Our collection of Native American literature aims to educate, inform, and accurately represent the past and contemporary American Indian spirituality and culture.

Discover books ranging from children's classics, cooking, reference, and instructional, to historical fiction, myths, and legends. Movies include "How to" videos, documentary films, children's movies, and powwow dance & music videos.

Given our location in the historic Black Hills of South Dakota, we also feature a selection of western and local interest books.
  1. The Journey Of Crazy Horse

    The Journey Of Crazy Horse

    $17.00
    A captivating biography of the man who became a legend at the Battle of Little Bighorn. Learn More
  2. Fort Laramie: Military Bastion of the High Plains

    Fort Laramie: Military Bastion of the High Plains

    $45.00
    Of all the U.S. Army posts in the West, none witnessed more history than Fort Laramie, positioned at the confluence of the Laramie and North Platte Rivers, where the northern Great Plains join the Rocky Mountains. Learn More
  3. On the Border With Crook

    On the Border With Crook

    $17.95
    From 1870 until 1886, Captain John G. Bourke served on the staff of General George Crook, whom Sherman described as the greatest Indian fighter the Army ever had, a man whose prowess was demonstrated "from British America to Mexico, from the Missouri River to the Pacific Ocean. Learn More
  4. Lakota Audio Series: A Practical Conversation Course - Front Cover

    Lakota Audio Series: A Practical Conversation Course

    $79.95
    Lakota Audio Series: A Practical Conversation, Vol. 1 is designed for the Lakota language learner who wants to learn pronunciation, vocabulary and sentence patterns in a fun, challenging and engaging way. Learn More
  5. New Lakota Dictionary-Pro (DVD) - Front View

    New Lakota Dictionary-Pro (DVD)

    $29.95
    Something new from the Lakota Language Consortium, this "Link" is the complete dictionary. The Lakota Language Consortium changed to a link and is downloadable and can be burned to a disc if need be. Be sure to keep the link, as changes are made and updates are added you will still have access so you can remain updated as well. Learn More
  6. Fire Light: The Life of Angel DeCora, Winnebago Artist

    Fire Light: The Life of Angel DeCora, Winnebago Artist

    $34.95
    Artist, teacher and Red Progressive, Angel DeCora (1869-1919) painted "Fire Light" to capture warm memories of her Nebraska Winnebago childhood. In this biography, Linda M. Waggoner draws on that glowing image to illuminate DeCora's life and artistry, which until now have been largely overlooked by scholars. Learn More
  7. Ohitika Woman: Mary Brave Bird

    Ohitika Woman: Mary Brave Bird

    $18.95
    Picking up where "Lakota Woman", the winner of the American Book Award for 1991, left off, Ohitika Woman continues Mary Brave Bird's personal story of courage, anguish and triumph. Learn More
  8. Dreams and Thunder: Stories, Poems and the Sun Dance Opera

    Dreams and Thunder: Stories, Poems and the Sun Dance Opera

    $15.95
    Zitkala-Sa (Red Bird) (1876-1938), also known as Gertrude Simmons Bonnin, was one of the best known and most influential Native Americans of the twentieth century. Learn More
  9. Wounded Knee 1973: Still Bleeding

    Wounded Knee 1973: Still Bleeding

    $14.99
    The American Indian Movement, the FBI and their fight to bury the sins of the past.

    On the night of February 27, 1973, beat-up cars carrying dozens of angry young men sped into Wounded Knee village. Members of the American Indian Movement (AIM) and local Lakota had come to occupy the symbolic site on the Pine Ridge Reservation, where the Army had massacred Chief Big Foot and his people in 1890. Learn More
  10. Living in Two Worlds: The American Indian Experience

    Living in Two Worlds: The American Indian Experience

    $24.95
    Charles Eastman was born in a buffalo hide tipi in 1858 and raised in a traditional way of life that existed before Europeans came to this continent. He was then catapulted into the industrialized world of the time, where he first qualified as a medical doctor and later went onto become the preeminent spokesman for all American Indians during the first decades of the twentieth century. Learn More

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