Identity by Design: Tradition, Change, and Celebration in Native Women's Dresses is a lavishly illustrated catalogue that accompanies the National Museum of the American Indian's exhibition about clothing of Native American women. This recent exhibition celebrates the unbroken legacy of clothing styles the Native women from the Great Plains, Great Basin and Plateau culture regions designed and created.
A Song for the Horse Nation: Horses in Native American Cultures is a celebration of the importance of horses to the cultures of Native Peoples of North America. The National Museum of the American Indian publication contains numerous photographs and artifacts that document this connection between horses and Native Peoples. Through essays, poetry, and archival photographs the editors of this slim volume convey the deep connection between the horse and Native Americans. A brief history of the horse in North America is provided by Herman J. Viola.