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Native American History & Culture

Native American History & Culture

Native American History & Culture is full of stories from our past, this section is also about our present with language offerings and cultural teachings.

  1. Cherokee Tragedy: The Ridge Family and the Decimation of a People - Cover

    Cherokee Tragedy: The Ridge Family and the Decimation of a People

    $24.95
    "This deeply-researched, fascinating portrayal of the Ridges provides a much needed broadening of our perspective of perhaps the greatest and saddest epic of Indian-White history in the United States. It is indispensable to the scholar, but also enthralling and eye-opening to the general reader. A notable work, indeed."
    ~Alvin M. Josephy, Jr. Learn More
  2. The Cherokees - Cover

    The Cherokees

    $24.95
    Between 1540 and 1906, there are 366 changeful, fateful, transforming years. So terrible were some of the ills through which the Cherokee passed that sympathetic white friends feared the tribe was fated to perish. But in every threatening crisis the Cherokees' indestructible racial vitalities found the way of extrication and survival. Learn More
  3. The Cherokees: A Population History - Cover

    The Cherokees: A Population History

    $18.95
    "The difficulty of defining an entity so amorphous and complex as the Cherokee people is accomplished with great sensitivity and in terms of comparative Indian historical demography, this work provides important insights into Native American population change in general. This is a model study that should be of interest to students of history, anthropology and ethnohistory."
    ~Choice Learn More
  4. The Cheyenne Indians: Their History and Lifeways

    The Cheyenne Indians: Their History and Lifeways

    $29.95
    American Indian Tradition Series: this series celebrates the unique, cultural, spiritual and artistic genius of the Indians of North America. Classic and contemporary works of scholarship stand alongside collections of the writings and recorded statements of America's first inhabitants. These writings, together with diverse illustrations, testify to an enduring and living legacy. Learn More
  5. Cheyenne River Sioux - South Dakota

    Cheyenne River Sioux - South Dakota

    $21.99
    The Sioux constitute a diverse group of tribes who claimed and controlled almost a quarter of the continental U.S. from the late 1700's to the 1860's. The name Sioux was coined by the French traders and was taken from the Anishinabe word Nadoweisiw-eg, meaning little snake or enemy. The rival Chippewa (Ojibway/Anishinabe) tribes used this term to describe the group. The Cheyenne River Sioux Reservation is home to four bands of the Western Lakota Sioux prominently featured in this book: the Minnicoujou, Itazipco, Siha Sapa and Oohenumpa. Learn More
  6. A Cheyenne Voice: The Complete John Stands In Timber Interviews

    A Cheyenne Voice: The Complete John Stands In Timber Interviews

    $36.95
    Rarely does a primary source become available that provides new and significant information about the history and culture of a famous American Indian tribe. With A Cheyenne Voice, readers now have access to a vast ethnographic and historical trove about the Cheyenne People - much of it previously unavailable. Learn More
  7. Native American books - Children Left Behind

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

    $16.95
    "We were separated from our cultural and spiritual teachers, our parents and grandparents. We were beaten physically, psychologically and emotionally for being Indian. Our culture, language and spirituality had to be stripped away so that we could become cheap imitations of our mentors, the Franciscan nuns and Jesuit priests, prefects and brothers..."
    ~Tim Giago Learn More
  8. American Indian children's book - Children of the Tipi: Life in the Buffalo Days

    Children of the Tipi: Life in the Buffalo Days

    $15.95
    What was it like for children to grow up in the world of the pre-reservation Plains Indians during the buffalo days? Before our modern era of television, video games and computers how did American Indian children live, learn and play? Learn More
  9. Code Talker - Chester Nez

    Code Talker - Chester Nez

    $16.00
    In the 1920's, growing up on the Checkerboard Area of the Navajo Reservation wasn't easy. There was no electricity or indoor plumbing. The New Mexico summers were hot and the winters harsh. But the beautiful mesas provided bountiful land on which to raise sheep and goats and the Navajo celebrated their spiritual connection to nature. Learn More
  10. A Common Man (Icke Wicasa): Modern Lakota Spirituality and Practice

    A Common Man (Icke Wicasa): Modern Lakota Spirituality and Practice

    $20.00
    Spiritually our Lakota culture is not dead, it still goes on. This is a gift that we are given as a people and a gift that Sidney Keith was given. Learn More

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