Sioux History and Culture is the 2013 publication in the Native American Library Series from Gareth Stevens Publishing. This 48-page information book offers students from grades 5 to 8 basic and accurate information about the Sioux in the United States and Canada. Organized in five chapters the book begins with Land and Origins. This two-page spread explains the origin or creation story, names, and geographic location in South and North Dakota, Minnesota, and Montana. The remaining chapters cover History; Traditional Way of Life; Sioux Life Today; and Current Sioux Issues.
In How Choctaws Invented Civilization and Why Choctaws will Conquer the World, D L Birchfield bluntly points out what few are willing to say: America's population superiority is now meaningless; its population density is a crippling liability; and the United States has a dangerous "Indian problem." If readers don't know about the American betrayal of the Choctaws, or whether Choctaws are still loyal to the United States, or why the third largest Native American nation in North America is virtually unknown to Americans, Birchfield pulls back the curtain to reveal a startling future, with an
OUT OF PRINT The Encyclopedia of North American Indians was published in 1997 by Marshall Cavendish and remains useful for senior elementary and high school students. Editor D. L. Birchfield, Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma, is a professor of Native Studies and oversaw the contribution of 56 scholars, including 40 Native American writers. The 875 entries are organized alphabetically and range from a few paragraphs to several pages in this 11 volume set. The entries cover the history and cultural traditions of Aboriginal Peoples from the Arctic to South America.