Mediating Indianness, paper ed

$34.95

Mediating Indianness investigates a wide range of media - including print, film, theatre, ritual dance, music, recorded interviews, photography, and treaty rhetoric - that have been used in exploitative, informative, educative, sustaining, protesting, or entertaining ways to negotiate Native American identities and images. The selection of the term Indianness is deliberate. It points to the intricate construction of ethnicity as filtered through media, despite frequent assertions of authenticity.

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Cradle Me, Board Book

$9.95

Cradle Me celebrates Native American families and shows how they carry their babies. This 14-page board book features facial close-up photographs of 11 infants wrapped in various cradle styles. Star Bright Books published this board book with the advice of the National Indian Child Care Association. As the back cover indicates Native American families carried infants safely, comfortably, and close to mothers in cradle boards. Each cradle board is personalized and decorated according to tribal designs and materials.

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Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee: The Illustrated History, hardcover ed

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First published in 1971, Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee has become a classic account of the American West and the Native Americans who fought to protect their lands and people against the onslaught of the U.S. military forces. This new illustrated edition, Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee: The Illustrated History, offers readers a newly revamped look at this groundbreaking book. Using over 300 images that include archival photographs, colour images, maps, and illustrations, the book includes 1 to 2-page spreads by Ned Blackhawk, Joseph Bruchac, Andrew Gulliford, Joseph Marshall 111, R.

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Wisdomkeepers: Meetings with Native American Spiritual Elders, reprint, hardcover ed

$54.95

Wisdomkeepers: Meetings with Native American Spiritual Elders is a reprint of the book by the same name originally published in 1990. Writers Harvey Arden and Steve Wall met with traditional Elders across North America beginning in 1981 as they journeyed across the continent to locate and interview keepers of traditional knowledge. They met with Elders from the Lakota, Mohawk, Seneca, Onondaga, Ojibwe, Hopi, Seminole, Ute, Pawnee, Shinnecock, Hoh, and Lumbee Nations to gather information that became the core of the book. Photographer Steve Wall snapped images of the Elders and the land.

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Neither Wolf Nor Dog: American Indians, Environment, and Agrarian Change, paper ed

$66.00

Neither Wolf Nor Dog: American Indians, Environment, and Agrarian Change examines American federal assimilation policy directed at the Northern Utes, Tohono O'odham, and Hupas during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. The government sought to change the economy of these peoples into agrarian farming and ranching. The author is an associate professor of history at Utah State University. He examines the environmental and cultural history of each of the specific Nations under study and compares the impact of forced social change on each Nation's economy.

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Native American Scientists, hardcover ed UNAVAILABLE

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UNAVAILABLE This title is no longer available from the publisher Native American Scientists is part of the Capstone Short Biographies Series from Capstone Press. This series is designed to introduce the life work of scientists in an easy-to-read format and provides students with information about possible career opportunities. This title celebrates the lives of five Native American men from a variety of Nations and backgrounds and their careers in the sciences. The short biographies focus on Fred Begay (Navajo/Ute, 1932- ); Wilfred F. Denetclaw, Jr., (Navajo, 1959- ); Frank C.

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Wisdomkeepers: Meetings with Native American Spiritual Elders, reprint, paper

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Wisdomkeepers: Meetings with Native American Spiritual Elders is a reprint of the book by the same name originally published in 1990. Writers Harvey Arden and Steve Wall met with traditional Elders across North America beginning in 1981 as they journeyed across the continent to locate and interview keepers of traditional knowledge. They met with Elders from the Lakota, Mohawk, Seneca, Onondaga, Ojibwe, Hopi, Seminole, Ute, Pawnee, Shinnecock, Hoh, and Lumbee Nations to gather information that became the core of the book. Photographer Steve Wall snapped images of the Elders and the land.

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Ute (Native Am. Series), hardcover ed

$37.92

Ute is a juvenile literature title in the Native Americans series published by ABDO Publishing. The series author is Barbara Gray-Kanatiiosh, an Akwesasne Mohawk writer. The series is designed to appeal to students in grades 3 to 5, and each title covers the culture and history of the particular Nation. In this title, the author describes the traditional homeland of the Ute as the Great Basin and Colorado Plateau regions of United States that include Utah and Colorado. The Ute call themselves the Nuciu, meaning the High Land People. This Nation speaks the Shoshone language.

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