Native American mythology's approach to the environment is examined.
Birdsell, Sandra. Agassiz: a novel in stories. Barber Maurice Lafreniere finally gains some respect in the small Canadian town of Agassiz when he correctly predicts a flood. But his wife Mika still doesn't treat him well--and she doesn't even know of his hidden Indian ancestry! Strong language and explicit descriptions of sex.
- COMPARED WITH THAT AMONG OTHER PEOPLES AND DEAF-MUTES.!
- A Blessing in Disguise.
- The Seamless Robe.
Bixler, Margaret T. An account of the only code never deciphered by the enemy during World War II. Black Elk DeSersa, Esther. Black Elk lives: conversations with the Black Elk family. This companion to Black Elk Speaks records the reminiscences of his granddaughters and family members concerning the Oglala Lakota holy man Black Elk and his son Ben. The family recalls their years growing up on Pine Ridge Reservation, their traditions, and how Black Elk's legacy still affects them. Black Elk. Neihardt Flaming Rainbow.
Ghosted autobiography of a Native American hunter. The family recall their years growing up on Pine Ridge Reservation, their traditions, and how Black Elk's legacy still affects them. Black Elk, Wallace H. Black Elk: the sacred ways of a Lakota. Biography of a Sioux shaman. Blake, Michael. Dances with wolves. When Lieutenant Dunbar arrives at Fort Hayes, the drunken, half-crazed major in charge immediately assigns him to Fort Sedgewick, an army outpost.
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Then the major is sent back east because of mental imcompetence, and the army is unaware of Dunbar's presence at the fort. Alone, with only a wolf and Indian friends, Dunbar finds himself adapting to the Indian way of life--a life in which he is happy until his past comes back to haunt him. The Holy Road. Resumes the tale of Lt.
Dunbar eleven years after "Dances with Wolves. Blakely, Mike. Comanche dawn. In the s territory that would become Wyoming, as a Shoshone boy grows to manhood, his people acquire horses and evolve into the Comanche Nation. Some explicit descriptions of sex and some violence.
Moon medicine. He recalls his loves, and also tells of trading with the Comanche, fighting battles, and ransoming children from captivity.
Blevins, Win. After Joseph Blue Crow plunges into a destructive midlife crisis, he rediscovers his Lakota roots through a vision quest. As his spirit journeys back one hundred years to and the massacre of his people at Wounded Knee, he regains his spiritual orientation. Bonvillain, Nancy. Black Hawk, Sac rebel.
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Biography of the Wisconsin chief. The Mohawk.
- Bake, Battle & Roll (Lexy Baker Cozy Mystery Series Book 6).
- Abduction (Outcasts Book 1).
- At The Zoo.
- Through Apache Eyes: Verbal History of Apache Struggle by Geronimo Chiricahua.
- The Priestess and the Magus (The Gift Book 1).
- Dug Up?
Discusses the tribe's seventeenth-century fur-trading partnership with the Dutch and the English, skill at basketry, and adjustments to twentieth-century changes. For grades and older readers. The Hopi. History of the Hopi Indians, descendants of the Pueblo people, who reside in northeastern Arizona. Discusses their traditional beliefs, religious ceremonies, farming methods, and sheep herding. The Teton Sioux. Discusses their eighteenth-century migration from Minnesota, adaptation from a farming to a nomadic lifestyle, and endeavors to maintain traditions by raising buffalo.
The Zuni. History of the Zuni, who have lived in New Mexico since the eighth century. Discusses the tribe's early culture based on corn, interactions with the Spanish in the sixteenth century, and ongoing autonomy. Describes their religious ceremonies and pottery and silver-jewelry craftsmanship. Bordewich, Fergus M. Killing the White man's Indian: reinventing Native Americans at the end of the 20th century.
Challenges stereotypes of Native Americans as noble savages and eternal victims. Borland, Hal.
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When the legends die. Ute boy is torn between the customs of the whites and his own people. Bourne, Russell. Examines the collision of Native American and European cultures in northeastern America between and Bowen, Peter. Metis Indian fiddler Gabriel Du Pre agrees, on his daughter Maria's insistence, to advise a documentary film crew researching the Lewis and Clark expedition. But not everyone in Montana is pleased with the outsiders who they feel are destroying their way of life.
Strong language and some violence. The stick game: a Gabriel Du Pre mystery. Du Pre finds a connection between two investigations: the disappearance of a teenage boy and the frequency of birth defects among Native Americans living near the Persephone gold mine. The first case begins as Du Pre and longtime companion Madelaine visit a Crow people's fair in Montana. Strong language. Thunder horse: a Gabriel Du Pre mystery. Metis Indian Du Pre investigates the murder of a snowmobiler discovered with a Tyrannosaurus Rex tooth.
An earthquake also uncovers an ancient burial ground on land that Japanese have bought to turn into a resort in the Montana Hills. Du Pre and other locals ponder the connections. Boyd, Loree. Spirit moves: the story of six generations of native women. An account of the author's matrilineal family beginning with Bird Song, her grandmother's grandmother.
Boyer, Dennis. Northern frights: a supernatural ecology of the Wisconsin headwaters.
The Wisconsin River's headwaters are the setting for this collection of ghost stories collected by a conservation activist.
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