Urban Tribes: Native Americans in the City, hardcover ed 2017 FNCR

$21.95

Urban Tribes offers unique insight into this growing and often misperceived group of Indigenous people. This anthology profiles young urban First Nation men and women and how they connect with their culture and values in their contemporary lives. Their stories are as diverse as they are. From a young Dene woman pursuing an MBA at Stanford University to a Pima photographer in Phoenix to a Mohawk actress in New York City, these urban residents share their unique insight to bridge the divide between their past and their future, their cultural home, and their adopted cities.

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Urban Tribes: Native Americans in the City, paper ed

$14.95

Urban Tribes offers unique insight into this growing and often misperceived group of Indigenous people. This anthology profiles young urban First Nation men and women and how they connect with their culture and values in their contemporary lives. Their stories are as diverse as they are. From a young Dene woman pursuing an MBA at Stanford University to a Pima photographer in Phoenix to a Mohawk actress in New York City, these urban residents share their unique insight to bridge the divide between their past and their future, their cultural home, and their adopted cities.

Price: $14.95

Quiet Hero: The Ira Hayes Story, paper ed

$15.33

Quiet Hero: The Ira Hayes Story is the story of the remarkable Pima soldier Ira Hayes and his life. Born in 1923 Ira Hayes grew up on the Gila River Reservation in Arizona with his parents and brothers. Life on the reservation was hard but Ira and his family made a living as cotton farmers. As a teen Ira was sent to Phoenix Indian School in 1940. This was a boarding school (residential school) run by the government. The regimented living conditions at the school made an impression on the shy youth.

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Quiet Hero: The Ira Hayes Story, hardcover ed OUT OF PRINT

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OUT OF PRINT This title is no longer available from the publisher Quiet Hero: The Ira Hayes Story is the story of the remarkable Pima soldier Ira Hayes and his life. Born in 1923 Ira Hayes grew up on the Gila River Reservation in Arizona with his parents and brothers. Life on the reservation was hard but Ira and his family made a living as cotton farmers. As a teen Ira was sent to Phoenix Indian School in 1940. This was a boarding school (residential school) run by the government. The regimented living conditions at the school made an impression on the shy youth.

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And It Is Still That Way: Legends Told by Arizona Indian Children, (Out of Print)

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And It Is Still That Way: Legends Told by Arizona Indian Children contains forty legends of the American Southwest. This unique collection consists of brief stories and legends retold by school children from seven Native American schools and library programs in Arizona. First published in 1976, this book is organized into six themes including Why Animals Are the Way They Are, Why Our World Is Like It Is, Great Troubles and Great Heroes, People Can Turn into Anything, Brother Coyote, and There Is Magic All Around Us.

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Paths of Life: American Indians of the Southwest and Northern Mexico, paper ed

$32.35

Within these pages are living portraits of fifteen Native American groups of Arizona and northern Mexico. The Navajos, the Western Apaches, the Hualapais, Yavapais, and Havasupais, the Yaquis, the O'odham, the Tarahumaras, the Southern Paiutes, the Seris, the Colorado River Yumans|Quechan, Mohaves, Cocopas, and Maricopas|and the Hopis. Literally and figuratively, the paths they walk are the same paths walked by their ancestors, going back hundreds and even thousands of years.

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