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Where the Rivers Meet Teacher's Guide supports the novel, Where the Rivers Meet. The novel is a young adult novel by educator Don Sawyer.

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Where the Rivers Meet is a young adult novel by educator Don Sawyer. Set in the small town environment of British Columbia, the story revolves around a Native teenager, Nancy Antoine.

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In this entertaining and thought-provoking book, noted historian and musician Bobby Bridger explores the impact of Native American culture on the American psyche.

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Museum exhibition catalogue of Minnesota Historical Society Museum about Great Lakes fur trade. Focus on Minnesota Ojibwe.

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Which Way Should I Go is a recent picture book written by Sylvia Olsen and based on the memories of Olsen's friend Ron Martin.

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Which Way Should I Go is a recent picture book written by Sylvia Olsen and based on the memories of Olsen's friend Ron Martin.

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Description will be updated soon. Memoir of an Ojibway childhood by first-time author, Peter Razor.

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Whisper in the Dark is Joseph Bruchac's recent children's novel that combines traditional Native American stories into a contemporary situation to achieve a scary, fast-paced thriller.

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Whisper in the Dark is Joseph Bruchac's recent children's novel that combines traditional Native American stories into a contemporary situation to achieve a scary, fast-paced thriller.

Sell price: $8.50

Fifteen-year-old Josie Jessop goes from blending into the crowd to being the White Girl when her mother marries a First Nations man and moves them to his house on a reserve outside the city, where

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White Lies About the Inuit by anthropology professor John Steckley dispels myths about the Inuit in this introductory text for college and university students.

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In White Man's Club: Schools, Race, and the Struggle of Indian Acculturation, schools for Native American children are examined within the broad framework of race relations in the United States for

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In The White Man's Gonna Getcha Toby Morantz examines threats to the cultural and economic independence of the Crees in eastern James Bay.

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In the nineteenth century many Canadians took pride in their country's policy of liberal treatment of Indians. In this thorough reinvestigation of Canadian legal history, Sidney L.

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White Mother to a Dark Race: Settler Colonialism, Maternalism, and the Removal of Indigenous Children in the American West and Australia, 1880-1940 authored by Margaret D.

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White People, Indians, and Highlanders: Tribal Peoples and Colonial Encounters in Scotland and America by Dartmouth College's Professor of History Colin Calloway examines the parallels and contrast

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