There There: A Novel, paperback ed

$21.00

There There: A Novel by Tommy Orange delves into the world of Native American urban population and presents the life stories of twelve men, women, and youth all on their way to the Big Oakland Powwow. The author’s debut novel examines the lives and cultural background of contemporary Indigenous people all searching for their personal identities. Among the characters are a small group bent on robbing the powwow organizers who threaten to bomb the venue.  Tommy Orange is a recent graduate from the MFA program at the Institute of American Indian Arts.

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There There: A Novel, hardcover ed

$32.00

There There: A Novel by Tommy Orange delves into the world of Native American urban population and presents the life stories of twelve men, women, and youth all on their way to the Big Oakland Powwow. The author’s debut novel examines the lives and cultural background of contemporary Indigenous people all searching for their personal identities. Among the characters are a small group bent on robbing the powwow organizers who threaten to bomb the venue.  Tommy Orange is a recent graduate from the MFA program at the Institute of American Indian Arts.

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Brothers of the Buffalo: A Novel of the Red River War, paper ed

$19.95

In Brothers of the Buffalo by Abenaki storyteller and internationally acclaimed writer, Joseph Bruchac, explores the battles of the Red River War from the perspective of both a former Black slave turned U.S. cavalryman and a Cheyenne warrior. In 1874, the U.S. Army sent troops to subdue and move the Nations of the southern plains to reservations and this young adult novel chronicles the brief and brutal war that followed. Told from the viewpoint of two youths from opposite sides of the fight, Brothers of the Buffalo portrays the events surrounding this conflict in the American west.

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American Indian Families (A True Book), paper ed

$7.99

American Indian Families is part of The True Book Series published by Children's Press especially for elementary students in grades three to five. This information book is arranged into brief chapters about the nature of Native American families and how different nations' families were organized. The author and publisher have tackled a complex topic by explaining the different kinds of family groups among various Native American Nations that elementary students can appreciate Indigenous cultures.

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Fighting Colonialism with Hegemonic Culture: Native American Appropriation of Indian Stereotypes, paper ed

$57.90

Fighting Colonialism with Hegemonic Culture: Native American Appropriation of Indian Stereotypes explores how American Indian businesses and organizations are taking on images that were designed to oppress them. American Indians have recently taken on a new relationship with the hegemonic culture designed to oppress them. Rather than protesting it, they are earmarking images from it and using them for their own ends. This provocative book adds an interesting twist and nuance to our understanding of the five-hundred year interchange between American Indians and others.

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Thunder on the Plains, paper ed

$13.95

Thunder on the Plains is one of the titles in 7th Generations' PathFinders Series. This series of novels are known as high/low books—written at a lower reading level but with high-interest, age-appropriate plots. Designed for reluctant readers, these books feature linear story lines, limited vocabulary and short sentences. The layout and print size also contribute in making the books easier to read. This 121-page accessible novel offers readers an introduction to an urban Native American student who reluctantly returns to the rez to spend a summer with his uncle.

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Flying with the Eagle, Racing with the Bear, paper ed

$16.95

Flying with the Eagle, Racing with the Bear is the reissue of noted storyteller and author Joseph Bruchac's 1993 edition. This anthology of legends were selected and retold by Bruchac around the theme of a boy's initiation or rite of passage ceremony. Organized around four culture regions: the Northeast, the Southeast, the Southwest, and the Northwest, Bruchac explains the significance of the number four in his foreword.

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Girl Who Helped Thunder and Other Native American Folktales, The, hardcover ed

$23.00

The Girl Who Helped Thunder and Other Native American Folktales is a collection of traditional stories and legends retold by Joseph and James Bruchac. The authors and storytellers have selected twenty-four appropriate legends and organized them into cultural regions such as the Northeast, the Arctic, and the Great Plains. Each cultural region has a one page description of the region's peoples, geography, and cultural lifestyles.

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Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee: The Illustrated History, hardcover ed

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First published in 1971, Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee has become a classic account of the American West and the Native Americans who fought to protect their lands and people against the onslaught of the U.S. military forces. This new illustrated edition, Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee: The Illustrated History, offers readers a newly revamped look at this groundbreaking book. Using over 300 images that include archival photographs, colour images, maps, and illustrations, the book includes 1 to 2-page spreads by Ned Blackhawk, Joseph Bruchac, Andrew Gulliford, Joseph Marshall 111, R.

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Cheyenne Again, paper ed UNAVAILABLE

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Cheyenne Again is a 32-page picture book written by Eve Bunting in 1995 and illustrated by Navajo artist, Irving Toddy. The book offers younger readers a first-hand perspective of a 10-year-old Cheyenne boy who is taken away to boarding school (residential school) in 1880s America. The harshness and regimentation of the school in contrast to the child's loving home on a reservation are highlighted in the artist's acrylic and oil paintings.

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