Red Power: The American Indians' Fight For Freedom, paper ed

$25.25

Red Power is a classic documentary history of the American Indian activist movement. This landmark second edition considerably expands and updates the original, illustrating the development of American Indian political activism from the 1960s through the end of the twentieth century. Included in the fifty selections are influential statements by Indian organizations and congressional committees, the texts of significant laws, and the articulate voices of individuals such as Clyde Warrior, Vine Deloria Jr., Dennis Banks, Wilma Mankiller, Ada Deer, and Russell Means.

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L'sitkuk: The Story of the Bear River Mi'kmaw Community

$24.95

L'sitkuk: The Story of the Bear River Mi'kmaw Community is a chronological history of a Mi'kmaw community in southwestern Nova Scotia written by a freelance journalist. L'sitkuk was an important meeting place for the Mi'kmaw and the Wabanaki Confederacy in the past and continues to be a significant Mi'kmaw community. The author has conducted archival research and collected oral history of the Mi'kmaw people. She has organized this material into five chapters.

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Pueblo Girls - Growing Up in Two Worlds

$16.80

Pueblo Girls - Growing Up in Two Worlds is a photo essay about the lives of two contemporary Pueblo girls who live in New Mexico at San Ildefonso Pueblo. Ten-year-old Sonja Roybal and her eight-year-old sister Desiree enjoy the activities of any preteen growing up in America. They ride bicycles, play video games, enjoy basketball and cheerleading, and play with their Barbies. A major difference is their culture.

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Names, Numbers, and Northern Policy: Inuit, Project Surname, and the Politics of Identity POD

$31.95

Print On Demand. Please allow for additional shipping time. Names, Numbers, and Northern Policy: Inuit, Project Surname, and the Politics of Identity is a brief study of the politics of naming in the Canadian Arctic. The author is a journalist and social scientist whose life-long interest in the study of naming brought her to this little-known facet of Inuit history. From 1969 to 1972 the Canadian government sponsored a program that resulted in every Inuit being renamed. The history of naming in the Arctic is traced to early missionaries and traders.

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Pueblo Profiles - Cultural Identity through Centuries of Change

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Pueblo Profiles - Cultural Identity through Centuries of Change is a unique perspective on Pueblo history. Written by a Jemez Pueblo author, these thirty biographies tell the remarkable story of the Pueblo Indians from 1680 to the present. Each individual biographical sketch explains the importance of the person as well as his or her contribution to Pueblo society and the larger American society. The author clearly states his intentions to inform Non-Native readers about his communities and their struggle to remain Pueblo.

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My Home as I Remember, paper ed

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My Home As I Remember is an anthology of women's literary and artistic achievement produced by Native Women in the Arts. This publication contains memoir, poetry, fiction, song and visual art by 62 Native women representing nearly 25 Nations, including well-known and beginning writers. The theme for this volume is Home - its meaning, the connection of house with body, mind and spirit, the home we have always dreamed of, and home in a variety of landscapes. The quality of the writing by First Nations, Metis, Inuit and Indigenous women from Hawai'I, New Zealand and Mexico is exceptional.

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Sir Cumference and the Viking's Map

$9.95

Xaxon Yellowbeard was the fiercest Viking warrior of his time. Now a map to his hidden treasure lies in Radius and Per's hands. Together the cousins must decode the strange numbered grid on the map|and figure out the secret of the Viking's X and Y axes. Full color.
Cousins Radius and Per must decode a numbered grid on a map to figure out the secret of the Viking's X and Y axes.

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