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Native American Heritage Month: Children’s Books for Your Black Friday Shopping List
November 23, 2012
The holiday shopping season is upon us, and with Native American History Month winding down, now is a great time to combine the two with some recommendations that do double duty: T...
Native American Heritage Month: Recommended Reading
November 13, 2012
How to celebrate Native American Heritage Month? One of the best ways is simply by reading...
Sherman Alexie Chats About His Latest Anthology on Public Radio
November 11, 2012
Two of Indian country’s most famous writers continue to make indelible marks on the literary scene—Sherman Alexie with his new-old short story collection Blasphemy (Grove Atlantic,...
Louise Erdrich Novel The Round House Finalist for National Book Award
October 10, 2012
Famed Ojibwe author Louise Erdrich’s latest novel, published this month, is on the short list for a National Book Award, the National Book Foundation announced on October 10...
Garrison Keillor Chats With Native Author Diane Wilson About Her Memoir Spirit Car
September 23, 2012
Garrison Keillor, host of A Prairie Home Companion, will discuss Spirit Car: A Journey to a Dakota Past , Native author Diane Wilson’s story of her family’s struggles during and af...
Crazy Brave: Joy Harjo Found That the Hardest Story to Tell Was Her Own
September 30, 2012
This is my heart. It is a good heart. Weaves a membrane of mist and fire...
Indigenous Resilience: Pacific Rim Nations Offer Innovative Adaptations to Climate Change
September 16, 2012
For some time, a welter of scientific data has indicated that climate changes would be dramatic and include extreme weather events...
Capitalism On the Rez: Book Explores the Forms of Economic Development in Indian Country
September 09, 2012
There are many lessons to be learned from the history of economic development in Indian country...
Where the Salmon Run: The Life and Legacy of Billy Frank Jr.
September 02, 2012
Not until the 1974 Boldt decision in United States v. Washington did Billy Frank Jr. think that his treaty right to fish would be secure...
Missing Voices: Native Perspective Lacking in Civil War Accounts
Patti Jo King
August 26, 2012
An account of Indians in the U.S. Civil War has been issued in paperback—and with it comes a now-familiar sense of letdown...
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José Barreiro Bridges Two Realities and Two Worlds With Taíno: A Novel
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