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  • One Vast Winter Countby Colin G. Calloway

    UNP - Nebraska 2003; US$ 22.95

    This magnificent, sweeping work traces the histories of the Native peoples of the American West from their arrival thousands of years ago to the early years of the nineteenth century. Emphasizing conflict and change, One Vast Winter Count offers a new look at the early history of the region by blending ethnohistory, colonial history, and frontier... more...

  • Remember This!by Waziyatawin Angela Wilson; Wahpetunwin Carolyn Schommer

    UNP - Nebraska 2005; US$ 32.00

    Situating Dakota language and oral tradition within the framework of decolonization, Remember This! Dakota Decolonization and the Eli Taylor Narratives makes a radical departure from other works in Indigenous history because it relies solely on Indigenous oral tradition for its primary sources and privileges Dakota language in the text.   Waziyatawin... more...

  • Sacajawea's Peopleby John W. W. Mann

    UNP - Nebraska 2004; US$ 19.95

    On October 20, 2001, a crowd gathered just east of Salmon, Idaho, to dedicate the site of the Sacajawea Interpretive, Cultural, and Education Center, in preparation for the Lewis and Clark Bicentennial. In a bitter instance of irony, the American Indian peoples conducting the ceremony dedicating the land to the tribe, the city of Salmon, and the nation—the... more...

  • The New Warriorsby R. David Edmunds

    UNP - Nebraska 2001; US$ 19.95

    An indispensable introduction to the rich variety of Native leadership in the modern era, The New Warriors profiles Native men and women who have played a significant role in the affairs of their communities and of the nation over the course of the twentieth century.   The leaders showcased include the early-twentieth-century writer and activist... more...

  • Sovereignty Mattersby Joanne Barker

    UNP - Nebraska 2006; US$ 30.00

    Sovereignty Matters investigates the multiple perspectives that exist within indigenous communities regarding the significance of sovereignty as a category of intellectual, political, and cultural work. Much scholarship to date has treated sovereignty in geographical and political matters solely in terms of relationships between indigenous groups... more...

  • The Invention of the Creek Nation, 1670-1763by Steven C. Hahn

    UNP - Nebraska 2004; US$ 59.95

    Drawing on archaeological evidence and utilizing often neglected Spanish source material, The Invention of the Creek Nation, 1670–1763 , explores the political history of the Creek Indians of Georgia and Alabama and the emergence of the Creek Nation during the colonial era in the American Southeast. In part a study of Creek foreign relations, this... more...

  • The Real Rosebudby Marjorie Weinberg; Luke Yellow Robe

    UNP - Nebraska 2004; US$ 19.95

    Her great-grandfather was a famed Lakota warrior, her father a buffalo hunter, and Rosebud Yellow Robe hosted a CBS radio show in New York City. From buffalo hunting to the hub of twentieth-century urban life, this book chronicles the momentous changes in the life of a prominent Plains Indian family over three generations. At the center of the story... more...

  • The Struggle for Self-Determinationby David R. M. Beck

    UNP - Nebraska 2005; US$ 24.95

    Drawing on meticulous archival research and a close working relationship with the Menominee Historic Preservation Department, David R. M. Beck picks up where his earlier work, Siege and Survival: History of the Menominee Indians, 1634–1856 , ended. The Struggle for Self-Determination begins with the establishment of a small reservation in the Menominee... more...

  • The Tlingit Indians in Russian America, 1741-1867by Andrei Val’terovich Grinëv; Richard L. Bland; Katerina G. Solovjova

    UNP - Nebraska 2005; US$ 24.95

    The Tlingits, the largest Indian group in Alaska, have lived in Alaska's coastal southwestern region for centuries and first met non-Natives in 1741 during an encounter with the crew of the Russian explorer Alexei Chirikov. The volatile and complex connections between the Tlingits and their Russian neighbors, as well as British and American voyagers... more...

  • The Walleye Warby Larry Nesper

    UNP - Nebraska 2002; US$ 23.00

    For generations, the Ojibwe bands of northern Wisconsin have spearfished spawning walleyed pike in the springtime. The bands reserved hunting, fishing, and gathering rights on the lands that would become the northern third of Wisconsin in treaties signed with the federal government in 1837, 1842, and 1854. Those rights, however, would be ignored by... more...