Un Nom pour un Metis, (A Name For A Metis), paper ed UNAVAILABLE

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Un Nom pour un Metis is the French edition for A Name For A Metis. This is the first children's picture book by Metis librarian, Deborah Delaronde of Duck Bay, Manitoba. She tells the humourous story about a young boy who wants a nickname. He asks his parents and grandparents for ideas for a traditional Ojibway name. They suggest all sorts of names that could fit his personality and behavior. His mother suggests Gitchi Mangijaan or Great Big Nose because the boy is nosey about everything around him. The boy also comes up with ideas for a name such as Wajeppi, which means He is quick.

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Me Sexy: An Exploration of Native Sex and Sexuality, paper ed

$22.95

Me Sexy: An Exploration of Native Sex and Sexuality, compiled and edited by Drew Hayden Taylor, contains thirteen essays that explore the topic of Aboriginal sexuality, identity, and erotica. Contributors include Tomson Highway, Lee Maracle, Gregory Scofield, Makka Kleist, and Kateri Akiwenzie-Damm. The many highlights include Lee Maracle's creation story, Salish style; Tomson Highway explaining why Cree is the sexiest of all languages; Marius P.

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Chickasaw: Unconquered and Unconquerable, hardcover ed

$46.95

Chickasaw: Unconquered and Unconquerable was the first publication for the Chickasaw Press in 2007. This coffee-table size art book offers readers a glimpse into the rich history of this United States Native American community through the lens of photographer David Fitzgerald and brief essays by community writers including Jeannie Barbour, Amanda Cobb and Linda Hogan. The 127-page book features 125 colour photographs of the people and places of this Nation who now resides in Oklahoma.

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Buffalo, hardcover ed

$19.95

Buffalo: with selections from Native American song-poems presents paintings and Native American song-poems that express the buffalo's essential and sacred role in the lives of Plains Nations, and discusses the buffalo's dramatic decline in number during the nineteenth century. This book is selected as a recommended title in the 2009 First Nations Libraries Community Reads program. ATOS Reading Level: 5.8; Reading Level: 6.1.

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Buffalo, paper ed

$8.95

Buffalo: with selections from Native American song-poems presents paintings and Native American song-poems that express the buffalo's essential and sacred role in the lives of Plains Nations, and discusses the buffalo's dramatic decline in number during the nineteenth century. This book is selected as a recommended title in the 2009 First Nations Libraries Community Reads program. ATOS Reading Level: 5.8; Reading Level: 6.1.

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They Know Who They Are: Elders of the Chickasaw Nation, hardcover ed

$39.95

They Know Who They Are: Elders of the Chickasaw Nation is a coffee-table style book published by Chickasaw Press, the official publishing house of the Chickasaw Nation. In this volume, portrait artist Mike Larsen offers readers a collection of colour portraits of 24 Chickasaw Elders. Brief biographical snapshots accompany each pencil sketch and full-page colour portrait. Some readers would hope for more biographical facts and a longer entry for each of the remarkable Elders. The limited entries only hint at what wisdom and lived experience these men and women could have shared.

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Native America: A History, paper ed (Not Always Stocked)

$95.95

Native America: A History is a recent publication covering the history of North American Indians of the USA. Covers origin stories, early contact, the Royal Proclamation, the American Revolution, and 21st century events. Includes maps, photographs, a timeline, questions for discussion, and ôA Closer Focusö textboxes that provide biographies of individuals and that elaborate on the text, exposing students to issues of race, class, and gender.

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Out of Muskoka, paper ed

$19.95

Throughout Out Of Muskoka Jim Bartleman contrasts the universal existential conditions he faced as a child (discrimination, poverty, suicide, religious quest) with what he experienced as a diplomat serving in five continents over 35 years. In the process, he discovered that to feel whole, he had to feel accepted by the two worlds of his ancestry: Native and white. In 2002, James Bartleman was named Lieutenant Governor of Ontario.

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