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Indian Legends of the Great West

Until the coming of the Europeans, this country was inhabited solely by a people now known, for want of a better name, as the American Indian. This book provides an in depth look at the various tribes and their different ways of life. - from the book
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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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Travels in North America in the Years 1780, 1781, 1782

Impressions of the country recorded by a major general in the French Army Expeditionary Forces to America.
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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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Columbus and Other Cannibals

Jack Forbes looks deeply at the subjects of aggression, violence, imperialism, rape, and others from a Native American perspective as free as possible from assumptions created by the very "wetiko" disease being studied. - back of book
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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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Mohawk Reporter: The Six Nations of Columns of George Beaver

This collection embraces both an historical perspective and a personal view from an Indian Reserve by the author. - from the book
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Costume of the Iroquois

"It is our hope that this pamphlet may encourage others of our own people and those interested in our culture and history to recognize and appreciate the beauty and utility of our own style of dress." - from the book
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The constitution of the Iroquois League is known to the Iroquois as the Great Binding Law, or the Great Immutable Law. - from book
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The White Roots of Peace

The story of the founding of Onondaga (Syracuse, N. Y.) some time about the middle of the fifteenth century, of the United Nations of the Iroquois, the famous Indian confederacy that provided a model for, an incentive to, the transformation of the thirteen colonies into the United States of America. - from book
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