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  • Fossil Legends of the First Americansby Adrienne Mayor

    Princeton University Press 2013; US$ 31.95

    The burnt-red badlands of Montana's Hell Creek are a vast graveyard of the Cretaceous dinosaurs that lived 68 million years ago. Those hills were, much later, also home to the Sioux, the Crows, and the Blackfeet, the first people to encounter the dinosaur fossils exposed by the elements. What did Native Americans make of these stone skeletons, and... more...

  • Walking in the Sacred Mannerby Mark St. Pierre

    Touchstone 2012; US$ 15.99

    Walking in the Sacred Manner is an exploration of the myths and culture of the Plains Indians, for whom the everyday and the spiritual are intertwined and women play a strong and important role in the spiritual and religious life of the community. Based on extensive first-person interviews by an established expert on Plains Indian women, Walking... more...

  • The National Museum of the American Indianby Amy Lonetree; Amanda J. Cobb-Greetham

    University of Nebraska Press 2008; US$ 29.95

    The first American national museum designed and run by indigenous peoples, the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of the American Indian in Washington DC opened in 2004. It represents both the United States as a singular nation and the myriad indigenous nations within its borders. Constructed with materials closely connected to Native communities... more...

  • Skull Wars Kennewick Man, Archaeology, And The Battle For Native American Identityby David H. Thomas

    Basic Books 2001; US$ 19.00

    Centered on the lawsuit over Kennewick Man, this lively history illuminates one of the most contentious issues in science: the battle between archeologists and American Indians. more...

  • Plateau Indians and the Quest for Spiritual Power, 1700-1850by Larry Cebula

    UNP - Nebraska 2014; US$ 19.95

    Fusing myriad primary and secondary sources, historian Larry Cebula offers a compelling master narrative of the impact of Christianity on the Columbian Plateau peoples in the Pacific Northwest from 1700 to 1850.   For the Native peoples of the Columbian Plateau, the arrival of whites was understood primarily as a spiritual event, calling for religious... more...

  • The Soul of the Indianby Charles A. Eastman

    NuVision Publications, LLC 2003; US$ 3.99

    This book is an illumination of Indian spiritual beliefs and practices. Although a convert to Christianity, Charles Eastman never lost his sense of the wholeness and beauty of the Indian's relation to his existence and to the natural world. The Soul of the Indian treats the reader to a gook look at the ethics and morality of a culture that so few people... more...

  • What You See in Clear Waterby Geoffrey O'Gara

    Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group 2011; US$ 17.00

    The Wind River runs from the alpine lakes of the Continental Divide through the nestled valleys of the northern Rocky Mountains and out onto high, windblown plains. More than a century ago, in what would become Wyoming, the federal government set aside 44 million acres on which to confine the unrelated Shoshone and Arapaho tribes. By now the Wind River... more...

  • Walking in the Sacred Mannerby Mark St. Pierre

    Touchstone 2012; Not Available

    Walking in the Sacred Manner is an exploration of the myths and culture of the Plains Indians, for whom the everyday and the spiritual are intertwined and women play a strong and important role in the spiritual and religious life of the community. Based on extensive first-person interviews by an established expert on Plains Indian women, Walking... more...

  • The Cheyenne Indians, Volume 2by George Bird Grinnell

    UNP - Bison Books 2014; US$ 27.95

    The Cheyenne Indians: Their History and Their Ways of Life is a classic ethnography, originally published in 1928, that grew out of George Bird Grinnell's long acquaintance with the Cheyennes. In Volume I he wrote about the tribe's early history and migrations, customs, domestic life, social organization, hunting, amusements, and government. Volume... more...

  • Clearing a Pathby Nancy Shoemaker

    Taylor and Francis 2014; US$ 39.95

    Clearing a Path offers new models and ideas for exploring Native American history, drawing from disciplines like history, anthropology, and creative writing making this a must-read for anyone interested in the history of indigenous peoples. more...