Northeastern Woodland

$17.00 each
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Matriarch: Iroquois Women's Songs

Songs and melodies with a blend of traditional and contemporary instrumentation.

$18.00 each
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Medicine Trail: The Life and Lessons of Gladys Tantaquidgeon

Despite James Fenimore Cooper’s "The Last of the Mohicans," the Mohegan people are alive and well. This is the story of one of their century-old elders.

$20.00 each
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Mino-Bimadiziwin: The Good Life

On the White Earth Reservation, a couple in their late sixties continue to harvest wild rice by canoe the traditional way.

$14.00 each
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Moose to Moccasins: The Story of Ka Kita Wa Pa No Kwe

A great-grandmother tells what it was like living on the land when Indian families were struggling against the destructive values of an alien culture.

$5.00 each
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More Leelanau Earth Stories

These Woodland Indian stories are intended for an elementary school audience, but like most well told stories, they are for everybody.

$6.00 each
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Morning on the Lake

Mishomis encourages his young grandson's learning and self-confidence building.

$17.00 each
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Mother/Land

Savageau’s writing reflects her life as a Native woman, our histories, and the Earth that some of us call “Mother,” remembering who we are.

$8.00 each
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Muskrat Will Be Swimming

The kids at school call Jeannie and her grandpa "lake rats." Grampa's stories gently guide Jeannie into finding her way in the world.

$11.00 each
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Nanabosho and Kitchie Odjig

This traditional story teaches the importance of listening to one's elders.

$11.00 each
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Nanabosho and the Cranberries

Nanabosho, unable to reach the cranberries growing pretty high up, tries in vain to pick their reflection in a lake.

$11.00 each
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Nanabosho Dances

Nanabosho, in his hurry to appease his hunger, carelessly leaves his tobacco pouch on the ground and it disappears.

$11.00 each
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Nanabosho Grants a Wish

What Billy learns from Mishomis (and Nanabosho) to be careful what you wish for, because you just might get it.

$11.00 each
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Nanabosho Steals Fire

Winona and Billy are learning how to skin the rabbits they caught, and Nokomis tells them about the time before the people had fire.

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Nanabosho, Soaring Eagle, and the Great Sturgeon

When Nanabosho and his friend Soaring Eagle finish their fall fishing, Nanabosho runs off with all the fish, leaving Soaring Eagle to starve.

$11.00 each
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Nanabosho: How the Turtle Got Its Shell

Nanabosho is a gift-giver in this story, and he thanks turtle for helping him - with the gift of a shell.

$17.00 each
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National Monuments

Heid E. Erdrich asks us to think differently about national monuments in this sarcastic, then elegiac, poetry collection.

$30.00 each
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Native America: Portrait of the Peoples

Contains social and political commentary and provocative essays.

$14.00 each
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Native American Games and Stories

“One widespread American Indian belief,” the Bruchacs write, “is that you can learn while you play and play while you learn.”

$12.00 each
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Ndakinna – Our Land: New and Selected Poems

These beautiful poems of Abenaki heritage invoke the natural world of New England and Bruchac’s meditations upon it.

$11.00 each
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Ni-Mi-Win: A History of Ojibway Dance

This guide explores American Indian Dance from its ancient roots to the modern Pow Wow traditions of today. 

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