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Therapeutic Nations: Healing in an Age of Indigenous Human Rights (Critical Issues in Indigenous Studies)
Carol

Self-determination is on the agenda of Indigenous peoples all over the world. This analysis by an In… Read More

I Become Part of It by D.M. Dooling
Amy

This collection of essays and stories, many of which first appeared in IParabola/I magazine, range f… Read More

What Was the Lewis and Clark Expedition?
Carol

When Meriwether Lewis, William Clark, and the "Corp of Discovery" left St. Louis, Missouri, on May 2… Read More

On Forgotten Roads with an Indian Elder by Kent Nerburn
Amy

In this 1996 Minnesota Book Award winner, Kent Nerburn draws the reader deep into the world of an In… Read More

The History and Culture of the Shawnee
Amy

From the “Trail of Tears” to Wounded Knee and Little Bighorn, the narrative of American history is i… Read More

The Navajo and the Animal People: Native American Traditional Ecological Knowledge and Ethnozoology
Carol

This text examines the traditional Navajo relationship to the natural world. Specifically, how the t… Read More

Native Struggles for Land and Life by Winona LaDuke
Amy

This eagerly awaited non-fiction debut by acclaimed Native environmental activist Winona LaDuke is a… Read More

The Wild Girl by Jim Fergus
Amy

Now in paperback, a stirring historical novel from the author of One Thousand White Women When Ned G… Read More

Slow Road to Brownsville: A Journey Through the Heart of the Old West
Carol

In Slow Road to Brownsville, David Reynolds embarks on a road trip along Highway 83, a little-known… Read More

Native American Tribes The History and Culture of the Hopi
Amy

“Before you take any decision, consider its effect on the next seven generations.” – Hopi proverb Read More

The Curse of the Shaman
Carol

Sometimes even shamans get cranky. That was baby Wolverine's misfortune - to be cursed by an out-of-… Read More

Vanishing Act by Thomas Perry
Amy

Jane Whitefield is a Native American guide who leads people out of the wilderness--not the tree-fill… Read More

Coeur d’Alene Tribe set to launch new poker games on May...

Coeur d’Alene Tribe set to launch new poker games on May 2 The Coeur d’Alene Tribe of Idaho will ope… Read More

Brad Rock: Utes nickname won’t stay forever The University...

Brad Rock: Utes nickname won’t stay forever The University of Utah and its namesake, the Ute Indian… Read More

Federal recognition for Virginia tribes long overdue Writer...

Federal recognition for Virginia tribes long overdue Writer welcomes federal recognition for the Vir… Read More

Blankenship: Some really old-time pioneers After all, they...

Blankenship: Some really old-time pioneers After all, they legitimately lay claim to a lot of histor… Read More

Former Shinnecock leaders ask federal agency to reject new...

Former Shinnecock leaders ask federal agency to reject new trustees council Two former leaders of th… Read More

Hearing cancelled for Navajo Nation Council Speaker Johnny...

Hearing cancelled for Navajo Nation Council Speaker Johnny Naize’s temporary restraining order reque… Read More

 Doug George-Kanentiio: Governor carries on divisive tactics It...

 Doug George-Kanentiio: Governor carries on divisive tactics It may be said that former New York Gov… Read More

Appeals court in Canada rules for Metis in Indian status...

Appeals court in Canada rules for Metis in Indian status caes The Federal Court of Appeal in Canada… Read More

Court of Appeal upholds landmark ruling on rights of Métis The...

Court of Appeal upholds landmark ruling on rights of Métis The Federal Court of Appeal has largely u… Read More

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