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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 Journey Of Crazy Horse

    The Journey Of Crazy Horse

    A captivating biography of the man who became a legend at the Battle of Little Bighorn. Learn More
  2. Crazy Horse: A Lakota Life

    Crazy Horse: A Lakota Life

    This book offers a new, richly detailed, and meticulously documented biography of the famous nineteenth-century Oglala leader who has become an icon of Native American resistance. Learn More
  3. The Death Of Crazy Horse

    The Death Of Crazy Horse

    A tragic episode in Lakota history.

    On May 6, 1877, less than a year after his overwhelming victory at Little Big Horn, Crazy Horse, the charismatic Oglala Sioux whose name had become the epitome of Indian resistance to white encroachment, surrendered at Camp Robinson, Nebraska Territory. A young man of slight build and quiet ways, dramatically at odds with his extraordinary influence and stature, he was viewed by the military as a potential civil leader of all Sioux Learn More
  4. The Ghost-Dance Religion and the Sioux Outbreak of 1890

    The Ghost Dance Religion and the Sioux Outbreak of 1890

    Responding to the rapid spread of the Ghost-Dance among the tribes of the western United States in the early 1890s, James Mooney set out to describe and understand the phenomenon. He visited Wovoka, the Ghost Dance prophet, at his home in Nevada and traced the progress of the Ghost Dance from place to place, describing the ritual and recording the distinctive song lyrics of seven separate tribes. Learn More
  5. Lakota And Cheyenne: Indian Views of the Great Sioux War, 1876-1877

    Lakota And Cheyenne: Indian Views of the Great Sioux War, 1876-1877

    Indian views of the Great Sioux War, 1876-1877.

    The Great Sioux War comprised a series of sequential battles and skirmishes that arrayed elements of the U.S. Army against diverse tribes of Teton, or Western Sioux and Northern Cheyenne Indians during a period of fifteen months from March 1876 through May 1877. Learn More
  6. The Lakota Way: Stories and Lessons for Living

    The Lakota Way: Stories And Lessons For Living

    Discover the timeless wisdom of the Lakota people.

    Rich with storytelling, history and folklore, THE LAKOTA WAY expresses the heart of Native American philosophy and imparts the path to a fulfilling and meaningful life. Learn More
  7. The Oglala People, 1841-1879: A Political History

    The Oglala People, 1841-1879: A Political History

    A political history.

    In the latter half of the nineteenth century, the United States government, through its agents, superintendents and commissioners, endeavored to reshape Lakota society in accordance with American ideals. Learn More
  8. The Sons Of The Wind: Sacred Stories Of The Lakota

    The Sons Of The Wind: Sacred Stories Of The Lakota

    This book was not written for the scholar but was developed for the lover of myths.

    "In the beginning was Inyan, who had no beginning, for he was there when there was no other, only Hanhepi, the Darkness. Inyan was soft and shapeless, but he was everywhere and he had all the powers. These powers were in his blood and his blood was blue. His spirit was Wakan Tanka."
    ~Excerpt from book. Learn More
  9. Standing In The Light - A Lakota Way Of Seeing

    Standing In The Light - A Lakota Way Of Seeing

    Severt Young Bear stood in the light - in the center ring at powwows and other gatherings of Lakota people. As founder and for many years, lead singer of the Porcupine Singers, a traditional singing and drumming group, he also stood, figuratively, in the light of understanding the cherished Lakota heritage. Learn More
  10. Walking With Grandfather

    Walking With Grandfather

    Native American lineage holders have long been cautious about sharing their spiritual truths because the essence of this wisdom has been so often misunderstood. Learn More

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