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- University of Alabama Press 2009; US$ 38.50
Before the Chickasaws were removed to lands in Oklahoma in the 1800s, the heart of the Chickasaw Nation was located east of the Mississippi River in the upper watershed of the Tombigbee River in what is today northeastern Mississippi. Their lands had been called "splendid and fertile" by French governor Bienville at the time they were... more...
- University of Alabama Press 2011; US$ 34.95
Through a comprehensive study of changing pottery attributes, Saunders documents the clash of Spanish and Native American cultures in the 16th-century southeastern United States. By studying the ceramic traditions of the Guale Indians, Rebecca Saunders provides evidence of change in Native American lifeways from prehistory through European... more...
- University of Alabama Press 2009; US$ 34.95
A long-ignored prehistoric moundbuilding people. By the 14th century more than a dozen accretional burial mounds—reaching heights of 12 to 15 feet—marked the floodplains of interior Virginia. Today, none of these mounds built by the nearly forgotten Monacan Indians remain on the landscape, having been removed over the centuries... more...
- F+W Media 2012; US$ 16.99
This title offers an amazing insight into the events of World War II through the eyes of those who fought against the Allied forces in all theatres of the war.It features many previously unpublished accounts of the war from German and Japanese soldiers, civilians and military leaders.It covers every major arena of the war: Europe; the German invasion... more...
- Touchstone 2011; Not Available
From a childhood spent in the forest of the White Earth Reservation in Minnesota, Sun Bear went on to become one of the most groundbreaking and inspiring spiritual teachers of the late 20th century. Far ahead of his time, he founded an inter-racial medicine society of teachers dedicated to sharing with others those lessons of earth harmony which they... more...
- University of Iowa Press 1992; US$ 25.95
A candid, poetic account of childhood and young manhood through the eyes of a Native American, this vivid narrative is destined to become a central moral text for our time. Through the persona of Edgar Bearchild—a member of the Black Eagle Child Settlement—Ray A. Young Bear takes readers on an unforgettable “journey of words”... more...
- Baraka Books 2012; US$ 22.99
Told from an ordinary man?s perspective, these are the journal and letters of Wilhelm Weike as he accompanied Franz Boas?the father of modern anthropology?on his journey to the arctic from 1883 to 1884. This extraordinary document of early arctic history provides a plain, direct view of the Inuit and the whalers in their arctic environment at the end... more...
- UNP - Nebraska Paperback 2012; US$ 60.00
At the beginning of the twentieth century, Indian Territory, which would eventually become the state of Oklahoma, was a multicultural space in which various Native tribes, European Americans, and African Americans were equally engaged in struggles to carve out meaningful lives in a harsh landscape. John Milton Oskison, born in the territory to a Cherokee... more...