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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 Mystic Warriors of the Plains

    The Mystic Warriors of the Plains

    $200.00
    Years of research are contained in this fantastic edition. Learn More
  2. Visions of the People: A Pictorial History of Plains Indian Life - Out of Print Book

    Visions of the People: A Pictorial History of Plains Indian Life

    $75.00
    From Publishers Weekly:
    This impressive volume serves as the catalogue for an important exhibit of Plains Indian art at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts, co-curated by Maurer. The full panoply of arts, from watercolors to crafts--including moccasins, carved pipes, shields and beadwork--is represented, showing the development in style and materials from A.D. 1200 to the 20th century. Learn More
  3. Calamity Jane (1852-1903): A History of Her Life and Adventures in the West

    Calamity Jane (1852-1903): A History of Her Life and Adventures in the West

    $275.00
    Calamity Jane did tell her own story in her own words and many books have been written about the life and times of this Old West figure. Learn More
  4. Dakota Territory 1861-1889: A Study of Frontier Politics

    Dakota Territory 1861-1889: A Study of Frontier Politics

    $75.00
    The American frontiersman reached the Mississippi Valley in large numbers only fifty years after he had crossed the Appalachians. His advance into this rich river valley represented one of the most rapid adjustments to a new environment that the world had ever seen. Learn More
  5. My People, The Sioux

    My People, The Sioux

    $256.00
    "The author of this book may be short on education. I can't say how short because I do not know enough to judge, but he has a story to tell - one that he learned in life. The tipi's of his people were the first skyscrapers. Trapping and hunting was their calling, but philosophy was their life."
    ~William S. Hart (1928) Learn More
  6. Mato Paha: The Story of Bear Butte

    Mato Paha: The Story of Bear Butte

    $120.00
    Mato Paha: The Story of Bear Butte, Black Hills Landmark and Indian Shrine - It's scenic, historic and scientific uniqueness.

    This volume is an offshoot from a graduate thesis "The Frontier at Bear Butte", presented to the graduate council of the University of South Dakota in 1935, in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Master of Arts degree. While engaged in the work of compilation, the author conceived the idea that Bear Butte shoal be designated a national monument. Learn More
  7. From the Deep Woods to Civilization - Chapters in the Autobiography of an Indian

    From the Deep Woods to Civilization

    $200.00
    Foreword: Chapters in the Autobiography of an Indian...

    "Indian Boyhood," published first in 1902 and in many subsequent editions, pictures the first of three distinct periods in the life of the writer of this book. His childhood and youth were a part of the free wilderness life of the first American - a life that is gone forever! Learn More
  8. Crossing the Plains with Custer

    Crossing the Plains with Custer

    $58.00
    Many of the Indian scouts who accompanied Custer's 1874 Expedition were intimately familiar with the high plains between Fort Lincoln and the Black Hills, but the only available maps contained large gaps or inaccuracies. Learn More
  9. Tenting on the Plains: or General Custer in Kansas and Texas

    Tenting on the Plains: or General Custer in Kansas and Texas

    $200.00
    Elizabeth Custer chronicles the journey with her legendary husband, General George A. Custer, from the time of his leaving the Army of the Potomac in 1865 to travel through Texas, New Orleans and to the western frontier. Learn More
  10. The Bloody Bozeman: The Perilous Trail to Montana's Gold

    The Bloody Bozeman: The Perilous Trail to Montana's Gold

    $59.00
    The Bozeman Trail was the road to the gold in Montana. It led only to Montana, up from the great transcontinental emigrant trail and it was blazed only after gold was known surely to be there for the taking. Learn More

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