An Indigenous Peoples’ History of the United States for Young People, paper ed. ,

$24.95

An Indigenous Peoples’ History of the United States for Young People by Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz, human rights activist in international Indigenous movements for more than four decades is an adapted version of An Indigenous Peoples’ History of the United States but now for teen and young adult readers. This book is adapted by Jean Mendoza and Debbie Reese (Nambé Pueblo) who authors the American Indians in Children’s Literature website.

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Indian No More, hardcover ed.

$25.95

Indian No More by Charlene Willing McManis (Umpqua) with Traci Sorell  (Cherokee) and cover art by Marlena Myles (Spirit Lake Dakota, Mohegan, Muscogee Creek), is about the termination programs in the US and how this affects the life of Regian Petit. Indian No More is the story of Regina Petit and her family and the US bill that signs their Umpqua tribe in Oregan out of existence. She has an Indian number and is counted as Indian, lives and practices her tribal culture, and has Umpqua ancestors.

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Distorted Descent: White Claims to Indigenous Identity, paperback ed.

$27.95

In Distorted Descent: White Claims of Indigenous Identity, Darryl Leroux explores the specifics of a social phenomena - a shifting of identity - where otherwise white, French descendants in Canada identity as Indigenous based on their Indigenous ancestors born between 300 and 375 years ago and representing about 200 000 people.

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St. Paul's H.M. Royal Chapel of the Mohawk, paperback ed.

$30.00

St. Paul’s H.M. Royal Chapel of the Mohawk: The Chapel’s Place in Six Nations History 1710-2016 by W. Barry Hill is a description of the first Protestant church in Canada and now the oldest surviving church in Ontario. A brief history of the church describes the architecture, support, layout, location and funding for the Chapel. In the chapters that follow religious furnishings and appointments, construction and renovations over time and a visual history of the stained-glass windows lead to a discussion of the Chapel in the modern era.

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Algonquin, Canadian Aboriginal Art and Culture, hardcover ed.

$29.99

Canadian Aboriginal Art And Culture, Algonquin is one of the titles in Smartbook Media’s series, Canadian Aboriginal Art and Culture, published in 2019. Each title in this series provides information about First Nations, Inuit or Metis and is designed for grades five and six. Author Heather Kissock explains how the Algonquin have lived in the Ottawa Valley moving to this area from the Atlantic coast at least 600 years ago. The book contains 13 short chapters covering the following topics: the Algonquin people, their homes, communities, clothing, and food.

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Inuit, Canadian Aboriginal Art and Culture, hardcover ed.

$29.99

Canadian Aboriginal Art And Culture: Inuit is one of the titles in Smartbook Media’s series, Canadian Aboriginal Art and Culture, published in 2019. Each title in this series provides information about First Nations, Inuit or Metis and is designed for grades five and six. Authors Erinn Banting and John Willis explain how the Inuit ancestors called Thule arrived in Canada’s far north. The book contains 13 short chapters covering the following topics: Inuit, their homes, communities, clothing, and food. This is followed by tools, weapons and defense.

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Iroquois, Canadian Aboriginal Art and Culture, hardcover ed.

$29.99

Canadian Aboriginal Art And Culture: Iroquois is one of the titles in Smartbook Media’s series, Canadian Aboriginal Art and Culture, published in 2019. Each title in this series provides information about First Nations, Inuit or Metis and is designed for grades five and six. Authors Michelle Lomberg and John Willis explain how the Haudenosaunee lived in the north of North America in 1570 and after this time. The book contains 13 short chapters covering the following topics: Iroquois people, their homes, communities, clothing, and food. This is followed by tools, weapons and defense.

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Oral History of the Yavapai, paperback ed.

$22.95

Oral History of the Yavapai, is about the history, stories, traditions and life-ways of the Yavapai as narrated by two respected Yavapai Elders Mike Harrison and John Williams, who wanted people to know that the Yavapai are a separate people, distinct from the Apache, with whom they had been historically confused. Sigrid Khera and Carolina Butler (editors) recorded and preserved their story.

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Buffy Sainte-Marie, The Authorized Biography, hardcover ed.

$36.00

Buffy Sainte-Marie, the Authorized Biography by Andrea Warner includes a foreword by Joni Mitchell who like Buffy Sainte-Marie (Cree) has ties to Saskatchewan and writes songs with emotion and a message, both walking their own paths. In this 298-page book, the prologue describes Buffy Sainte-Marie’s early interactions with the music scene that included the likes of Bob Dylan and Joan Baez, her blacklisting, touring, show business perspective with Vanguard and other artists singing or using her songs like Elvis Presley, and the power and intrinsic value of music, resistance and protest.

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