indigenous literature

Voice of the Turtle: American Indian Literature 1900-1970

Voice of the Turtle presents an unprecedented, comprehensive collection of Native American narrative literature from its first publication in 1900 through 1970. - back of book
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American Indian Myths and Legends

Indian (Native American) myths and legends of creation, sun, moon, stars, heroes, monsters, warriors, love, lust, Coyote the trickster, animals, ghosts, and the end of the world.
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Native Americans the New Indian Resistance

From the numerous Indian wars to present-day demans for self-determination and sovereignty, Meyer explodes the myth of the beneficent and humane white man. - back of book
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Tales of the Iroquois

These stories which have been kept alive by Tehanetorens are more than children's entertainment. They provide us with another way to see the world. They teach us the history of this land, and the proper way for human beings to live together here. - from book
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Wampum Belts

This book provides an in depth look at the Wampum belt, including descriptions of many different kinds of Wampum belts.

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Our Art, Our Voices

The Stanford American Indian Organization, founded in October1970 to foster academic and cultural knowledge of the American Indian, has been the conscience and collective voice of the Native American community at Stanford for the past twenty-five years. - from the book
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Keepers of the Animals Teacher's Guide

A teacher's guide to Keepers of the Animals, including a biographies and reading lists.
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Keepers of the Earth Native American Stories and Environmental Activities for Children

A selection of traditional tales from various Indian peoples, each accompanied by instructions for related activities dealing with aspects of the environment.
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Native American Animal Stories

A collection of stories which "demonstrate the power of animals in Native American traditions." Includes "Glossary and pronunciation key, Tribal Nation descriptions," and "Other versions of Native American stories."
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Ojibwa Language Lesson Book

"The language used in these lessons is spoken by the Chippewa people in Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota, and North Dakota. There may be a few minor differences in pronunciation and grammar among our Algonquin language family but the different peoples can understand each other without much difficulty." -from the book
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