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  • Resource Database / Literature / Books - Non-Fiction

    Resources: 10 listings
    Name and Description Nation Location
    Behind Closed Doors: A Survivors Story of the Boarding School Syndrome
    Constance Lake Canada - Eastern
    The story of Mary Fortier (Author), what she has lived through and how she finally came to terms with the tragic events that had occurred at St-Ann's Residential School. Join Mary in her journey to coping, accepting and coming to terms with the events that have affected her youth and into adulthood and her healing process.
    Black Hawk & Son
    Sac United States
    Book about Black Hawk is finally out titled: "I AM A MAN AND YOU ARE ANOTHER". This lavishly illustrated 400 page hardcover book published by Adams Press of Chicago contains many years of my personal research and study of a fascinating historical era that spans from 1800 through 1838. It is filled with illustrations, maps and actual period portraits of people and places. This book weaves this enchanting historical period together with actual treaties, correspondence and testimony of the people who were a part of this era.
    More sites on www.geocities.com
    Confluence Press
    Nez Perce US - Northwest
    Nez Perce elder and author wrote A Little Bit of Wisdom: Conversations With a Nez Perce Elder. The memoir is available through Confluence Press, Inc. Mr. Axtell is the recipient of an honorary doctorate, the University of Idaho President's Medallion, the Idaho Commission on the Arts Heritage Award, and the Idaho Humanities Council Outstanding Achievement Award.
    Mohawk Canada - Eastern
    The Power Within People is a book that examines ethnostress in Indigenous communities and how Native people are held back from achieving their full potential. Offers positive insights for change and a free PowerPoint presentation.
    In the Sierra Madre -- History/Memoir on Raramuri/Tarahumara in Mexico
    Tarahumara (Raramuri) Mexico
    Groundbreaking new book on history of Raramuri/Tarahumara in the Sierra Tarahumara/Madre of Mexico, written by award-winning American historian and journalist Jeff Biggers. Also deals with Apache and Yaqui in the region, and is based on Biggers one-year sojourn among the Raramuri with his companion, a bilingual education and indigenous language specialist. Highly recommended for all collections and those interested in indigenous Mexico.
    Invisible Indians: Mixed-Blood Native Americans Who Are Not Enrolled in Federally Recoginzed Tribes
      United States
    Based on original interviews and correspondence, Invisible Indians explores the oral histories, personal experiences and opinions of this remarkable, yet largely misunderstood, segment of Native American society. Author David Arv Bragi is an enrolled member of the Muscogee Nation of Oklahoma.
    More sites on www.grailmedia.com
    Janet Moreland, Author and Poet
    Cherokee US - Southwest
    Tsalagi author and poet, Janet (tseniti) Moreland, has recently published her first solo book, "Spilled Words," within the categories of Family & Friends, A Bit of Romance, Words from my Cherokee Spirit, and Just a Touch of Humor. On this site are the rest of her published collaborative works, including "The Howell Women Saga," historical fiction which follows four generations of women from 1865 to 1953. The stories have a Cherokee background and show the struggles of some Native/European mixed marriages. Her co-author is Shirley G. Webb, also of Cherokee descent.
    Marcelete Blackwell-Elter
    Native American Art and History
    Smoke Plants of North America
      United States
    Site for the book Smoke Plants of North America which provides information about plants historically smoked by indigenous North American people. The book includes a gathering guide to over 50 wild plants that can be smoked, medicinal smoke, quotes on spiritual origin of smoking, a list of over 150 indigenous smoke plants, stories, and more. New information sent to me by readers will be posted on the site.
    To India and Beyond: Memoires of a Missionary Surgeon
      US - Northeast
    Beginning as a missionary kid in Korea, Dr. Fletcher vividly recounts the adventures and challenges of a missionary surgeon in India, Nepal and Cameroun, including starting a medical school and open-heart surgery.

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