Native American Heritage

  • American Indian cooking before 1500. Mary Gunderson. 641.592 GUN, J 641.509 GUN
  • American Indian food. Linda Murray Berzok. 394.12 BER
  • American Indians and the law. N. Bruce Duthu. 970.5 DUT
  • Another country: journeying toward the Cherokee Mountains. Christopher Camuto. 917.688 CAM
  • Arts of diplomacy: Lewis and Clark’s Indian collection. Castle McLaughlin. 978 MACL
  • Atlas of the North American Indian. Carl Waldman. 970.1 WAL
  • Before Columbus: the Americas of 1491. Charles C. Mann. Y 970.011 MAN
  • Black Hawk: the battle for the heart of America. Kerry A. Trask. 973.56 TRA
  • Blood and thunder: an epic of the American West. Hampton Sides. 978.02 SID
  • Bury my heart at Wounded Knee: an Indian history of the American West. Dee Brown. 970.5 BRO, CD 970.5 BRO, DVD Drama B
  • Cahokia: ancient America’s great city on the Mississippi. Timothy R. Pauketat. 977.386 PAU
  • The captured: the true story of abduction by Indians on the Texas frontier. Scott Zesch. 976.4 ZES, CD 976.4 ZES
  • Carlisle vs. Army: Jim Thorpe, Dwight Eisenhower, Pop Warner, and the forgotten story of football’s greatest battle. Lars Anderson. 796.332 AND
  • Chasing rainbows: collecting American Indian trade & camp blankets. Barry Friedman. 677.626 FRI
  • The Cherokee Nation and the Trail of Tears. Theda Perdue and Michael D. Green. 970.3 PER
  • The contested plains: Indians, goldseekers, and the rush to Colorado. Elliott West. 978 WES
  • Coyote warrior: one man, three tribes, and the trial that forged a nation. Paul VanDevelder. 323.1197 VAN
  • Dancing at halftime: sports and the controversy over American Indian mascots. Carol Spindel. 306.483 SPI
  • The day the world ended at Little Bighorn: a Lakota history. Joseph M. Marshall III. 970.5 MAR
  • The divided ground: Indians, settlers, and the northern borderland of the American Revolution. Alan Taylor. 974.7 TAY
  • Dream catchers: myths and history. Julie Black. 299.7 BLA
  • Driven West: Andrew Jackson and the trail of tears to the Civil War. A.J. Langguth. 973.56 LAN
  • Edward S. Curtis: coming to light. Anne Makepeace. 970.1 MAK
  • Empire of the summer moon: Quanah Parker and the rise and fall of the Comanches, the most powerful Indian tribe in American history. S.C. Gwynne. 970.3 GWY, CD 970.3 GWY
  • Encyclopedia of the Great Plains Indians. 970.4 ENC
  • Exploring ancient native America: an archaeo-logical guide. David Hurst Thomas. 970.01 THO
  • The first North Americans: an archaeological journey. Brian Fagan. 970.01 FAG
  • 500 nations: an illustrated history of North American Indians. Alvin M. Josephy, Jr. 970.1 JOS
  • Foods of the Americas: native recipes and traditions. Fernando & Marlene Divina. 641.592 DIV
  • A forest of time: American Indian ways of history. Peter Nabokov. 970.1 NAB
  • 1491: new revelations of the Americas before Columbus. Charles C. Mann. 970.011 MAN
  • The great circle: a history of the First Nations. Neil Philip. Y 973.0497 PHI
  • Great Lakes Indians: a pictorial guide. William J. Kubiak. 970.47 KUB
  • A history of fashion and costume. Early America. Paige Weber. 391 WEB
  • In the hands of the Great Spirit: the 20,000-year history of American Indians. Jake Page. 970.1 PAG
  • In the shadow of Wounded Knee: the untold final chapter of the Indian Wars. Roger L. Di Silvestro. 973.86 DIS
  • The Indian heritage of America. Alvin M. Josephy, Jr. 970.1 JOS
  • Indian mounds of the middle Ohio Valley. Susan L. Woodward and Jerry N. McDonald. 917.71 WOO
  • Indian names in Indiana. Alan McPherson. Ind. Coll. 917.72 MACP
  • Inuit art: a history. Richard Crandall. 704.0397 CRA
  • Journey into Mohawk Country. H.M. van den Bogaert. Y 741.5 BOG
  • The killing of Crazy Horse. Thomas Powers. 970.3 POW
  • Lakota noon: the Indian narrative of Custer’s defeat. Gregory F. Michno. 973.82 MIC
  • Land of the spotted eagle. Luther Standing Bear. 970.3 STA
  • The last Indian war: the Nez Perce story. Elliott West. 970.5 WES
  • The last stand: Custer, Sitting Bull, and the Battle of the Little Bighorn. Nathaniel Philbrick. 973.82 PHI
  • Lewis and Clark through Indian eyes. 978 LEW
  • Love and hate in Jamestown: John Smith, Pocahontas, and the heart of a new nation. David A. Price. 975.542 PRI
  • Making the white man’s Indian: Native Americans and Hollywood movies. Angela Aleiss. 791.436 ALE
  • Mayflower: a story of courage, community, and war. Nathaniel Philbrick. 974.402 PHI, Large Type 974.402 PHI, CD 974.402 PHI
  • The Miami Indians of Indiana: a persistent people, 1654-1994. Stewart Rafert. Ind. Coll. 970.4 RAF
  • My people the Sioux. Luther Standing Bear. 970.3 STA
  • Native American crafts and skills: a fully illustrated guide to wilderness living and survival. David Montgomery. 745.089 MON
  • Native American history for dummies. Dorothy Lippert, Stephen J. Spignesi. 970.1 LIP
  • Native American place names of Indiana. Michael McCafferty. Ind. Coll. 977.2 MACC
  • Native American testimony: a chronicle of Indian-white relations from prophecy to the present, 1492-2000. 970.5 NAT
  • Native Americans of the Southwest: the serious traveler’s introduction to peoples and places. Zdenek and Joy M. Salzmann. 917.904 SAL
  • Native North American art. Janet Catherine Berlo and Ruth B. Phillips. 709.01 BER
  • Nez Perce country. Alvin M. Josephy Jr. 970.3 JOS
  • North American Indian jewelry and adornment: from prehistory to the present. Lois Sherr Dubin. 739.27 DUB
  • Of Earth and elders: visions and voices from native America. 970.1 CHA
  • Oh what a slaughter: massacres in the American West, 1846-1890. Larry McMurtry. 978.02 MACM
  • On the rez. Ian Frazier. 978 FRA
  • Our savage neighbors: how Indian war transformed early America. Peter Silver. 973.2 SIL
  • Pottery by American Indian women: the legacy of generations. Susan Peterson. 738 PET
  • The real all Americans: the team that changed a game, a people, a nation. Sally Jenkins. 796.332 JEN
  • Red power: the American Indians’ fight for freedom. 970.5 RED
  • Saga of the Sioux: an adaptation from Dee Brown’s Bury my heart at Wounded Knee. Y 970.3 BRO
  • The scratch of a pen: 1763 and the transformation of North America. Colin G. Calloway. 973.26 CAL
  • The Shawnees and the war for America. Colin G. Calloway. 970.3 CAL
  • Shedding skins: four Sioux poets. 811 SHE
  • Skywalkers: Mohawk ironworkers build the city. David Weitzman. Y 720.483 WEI
  • The Southwest: gold, God, and grandeur. Paul Robert Walker. 979 WAL
  • Spirits dark and light: supernatural tales from the five civilized tribes. Tim Tingle. Y 398.2 TIN
  • A terrible glory: Custer and the Little Bighorn– the last great battle of the American West. James Donovan. 973.82 DON
  • The tipi: traditional Native American shelter. Adolf Hungrywolf. 970.004 HUN
  • Tracks that speak: the legacy of native American words in North American culture. Charles L. Cutler. 422 CUT
  • Trail to Wounded Knee: the last stand of the Plains Indians, 1860-1890. Herman J. Viola. 970.5 VIO
  • Trails of tears, paths of beauty. Joseph Bruchac. 970.3 BRU
  • The unquiet grave: the FBI and the struggle for the soul of Indian country. Steve Hendricks. 323.1197 HEN
  • The war that made America: a short history of the French and Indian War. Fred Anderson. 973.26 AND
  • When the rain sings: poems by young Native Americans. 811.008 WHE
  • The Winona LaDuke reader: a collection of essential writings. 970.5 LAD
  • Yellow dirt: an American story of a poisoned land and a people betrayed. Judy Pasternak. 979.1 PAS
  • Yellowman; My red hand, my black hand: two plays. Dael Orlandersmith. 812 ORL

BIOGRAPHIES

  • Ada Blackjack: a true story of survival in the Arctic. Jennifer Niven. B Blackjack
  • All American: the rise and fall of Jim Thorpe. Bill Crawford. B Thorpe
  • Black Elk speaks: being the life story of a holy man of the Oglala Sioux. 970.3 BLA
  • Chief Joseph: guardian of the people. Candy Moulton. Y 970.3 MOU
  • Crazy Horse: a Lakota life. Kingsley M. Bray. B Crazy Horse
  • Geronimo’s bones: a memoir of my brother and me. Nasdijj. B Nasdijj
  • Native American son: the life and sporting legend of Jim Thorpe. Kate Buford. B Thorpe
  • Notable American Indians: Indiana & adjacent states. Alan J. McPherson, James Carr. Ind. Coll. 970.47 MACP
  • Prison writings: my life is my sundance. Leonard Peltier. B Peltier
  • The scalpel and the silver bear. Lori Arviso Alvord. B Alvord
  • Sitting Bull. Edward J. Rielly. B Sitting Bull
  • Stolen life: [the journey] of a Cree woman. Rudy Wiebe and Yvonne Johnson. B Johnson
  • Tecumseh: a life. John Sugden. B Tecumseh
  • Where courage is like a wild horse: the world of an Indian orphanage. Sharon Skolnick. B Skolnick
  • The woman who watches over the world: a native memoir. Linda Hogan. B Hogan

FICTION

  • Black Hills. Dan Simmons. Fic SIM
  • Bone walker: an Anasazi mystery. Kathleen O’Neal Gear, W. Michael Gear. Fic GEA
  • Caleb’s crossing. Geraldine Brooks. Fic BRO
  • The Cherokee dragon: a novel of the real people. Robert J. Conley. Fic CON
  • Clinical trial. April Christofferson. Fic CHR
  • Coming of the storm. W. Michael Gear, Kathleen O’Neal Gear. Fic GEA
  • Consumption. Kevin Patterson. Fic PAT
  • The dawn country: a people of the longhouse novel. Kathleen O’Neal Gear, W. Michael Gear. Fic GEA
  • Dead silver. Neil McMahon. Fic MACM
  • Dream keeper: a novel of myth and destiny in the Pacific Northwest. Morrie Ruvinsky. Fic RUV
  • Dream weaver. Penina Keen Spinka. Fic SPI
  • Fire the sky. W. Michael Gear, Kathleen O’Neal Gear. Fic GEA
  • Flight. Sherman Alexie. Fic ALE
  • Ghost warrior. Lucia St. Clair Robson. Fic ROB
  • Half-moon and empty stars. Gerry Spence. Fic SPE, Audio Fic SPE
  • The heartsong of Charging Elk. James Welch. Fic WEL
  • It dreams in me. Kathleen O’Neal Gear. Fic GEA
  • Land of echoes: a Cree Black novel. Daniel Hecht. Fic HEC, CD Fic HEC
  • The last matriarch. Sharman Russell. Fic RUS
  • Last Standing Woman. Winona LaDuke. Fic LAD
  • Lay the mountains low: the flight of the Nez Perce from Idaho and the Battle of the Big Hole, August 9-10, 1877. Terry C. Johnston. Fic JOH
  • Motorcycles & sweetgrass. Drew Hayden Taylor. Fic TAY
  • The painted drum. Louise Erdrich. Fic ERD, CD
  • People of the Longhouse. W. Michael Gear, Kathleen O’Neal Gear. Fic GEA
  • People of the nightland. W. Michael Gear, Kathleen O’Neal Gear. Fic GEA
  • People of the thunder. W. Michael Gear, Kathleen O’Neal Gear. Fic GEA
  • People of the weeping eye. W. Michael Gear, Kathleen O’Neal Gear. Fic GEA
  • Perma Red. Debra Magpie Earling. Fic EAR
  • The plague of doves. Louise Erdrich. Fic ERD, Large Type Fic ERD, CD Fic ERD
  • Power. Linda Hogan. Fic HOG
  • Pushing the bear: after the Trail of Tears. Diane Glancy. Fic GLA
  • Returning to earth. Jim Harrison. Fic HAR, CD Fic HAR
  • A river out of Eden. John Hockenberry. Fic HOC
  • Runner. Thomas Perry. Fic PER
  • The sacred white turkey. Frances Washburn. Fic WAS
  • Scalped: Indian country. Jason Aaron. Graphic Fic AAR
  • The search for Joyful. Benedict & Nancy Freedman. Fic FRE
  • Serafina’s stories. Rudolfo Anaya. Fic ANA
  • Shadow tag. Louise Erdrich. Fic ERD
  • Shadows in the cave. Caleb Fox. Sci. Fic FOX
  • Spirit sickness. Kirk Mitchell. Fic MIT
  • Sweet hearts. Melanie Rae Thon. Fic THO
  • Thirteen moons. Charles Frazier. Fic FRA, CD Fic FRA
  • A thousand voices. Lisa Wingate. Fic WIN
  • True north. Kimberly Kafka. Fic KAF
  • Warrior woman: a novel: based on the life of Nonhelema, Shawnee woman chief. Dark Rain & James Alexander Thom. Fic THO
  • Zadayi Red. Caleb Fox. Sci. Fic FOX

MYSTERIES

  • Black silk handkerchief: a Hom-Astubby mystery. D. L. Birchfield. Mystery BIR
  • Black thunder: an Ella Clah novel. Aimee & David Thurlo. Mystery THU
  • Blood memory. Margaret Coel. Mystery COE
  • Coyote’s wife: an Ella Clah novel. Aimee Thurlo & David Thurlo. Mystery THU
  • Day of the Dead. J.A. Jance. Mystery JAN
  • A dead man’s tale. James D. Doss. Mystery DOS
  • Earthway. Aimee & David Thurlo. Mystery THU
  • Eye of the raven. Eliot Pattison. Mystery PAT
  • Fall from grace. Wayne Arthurson. Mystery ART
  • Ghosttown: a Whitney Logan mystery. Mercedes Lambert. Mystery LAM
  • The girl with braided hair. Margaret Coel. Mystery COE
  • Indian pipes. Cynthia Riggs. Mystery RIG
  • Never-ending-snake. Aimee & David Thurlo. Mystery THU
  • The shape shifter. Tony Hillerman. Mystery HIL, CD Fic HIL
  • The silent spirit. Margaret Coel. Mystery COE
  • Snake dreams. James D. Doss. Mystery DOS
  • The spider’s web. Margaret Coel. Mystery COE
  • Three sisters. James D. Doss. Mystery DOS
  • Thunderbird: a Ben Pecos mystery. Susan Slater. Mystery SLA
  • Turquoise girl: an Ella Clah novel. Aimee & David Thurlo. Mystery THU
  • White heat. M.J. McGrath. Mystery MACG
  • The widow’s revenge. James D. Doss. Mystery DOS
  • Wild indigo. Sandi Ault. Mystery AUL
  • Wild inferno. Sandi Ault. Mystery AUL

YOUNG ADULT FICTION

  • The absolutely true diary of a part-time Indian. Sherman Alexie. Y Fic ALE, Large Type Fic ALE, Y AUDIO CD ALE
  • Code Talker: a novel about the Navajo Marines of World War Two. Joseph Bruchac. Y Fic BRU
  • Crossing the panther’s path. Elizabeth Alder. Large Type Fic ALD
  • The crying rocks. Janet Taylor Lisle. Y Fic LIS, Large Type Fic LIS
  • The game of silence. Louise Erdrich. Large Type Fic ERD
  • Horse of seven moons. Karen Taschek. Y Fic TAS
  • Minik’s story. Jennifer Owings Dewey. Y Fic DEW
  • Moccasin thunder: American Indian stories for today. Y Fic MOC
  • Offsides: a novel. Erik E. Esckilsen. Y Fic ESC
  • Touching Spirit Bear. Ben Mikaelsen. Y Fic MIK
  • Trickster: Native American tales: a graphic collection. Y 741.5 TRI
  • The trap. John Smelcer. Y Fic SME
  • Who will tell my brother? Marlene Carvell. Y Fic CAR

REFERENCE

  • Early peoples of Indiana. Ind. Coll. R 970.4 EAR
  • Encyclopedia of American Indian history. R 970.1 ENC
  • Encyclopedia of Indiana Indians: tribes, nations and people of the woodlands areas. Ind. Coll. R 970.47 ENC
  • Encyclopedia of Native American tribes. Carl Waldman. R 970.3 WAL
  • The Native Americans: the indigenous people of North America. R 970.1 NAT

AUDIOBOOKS & MUSIC CDS

  • Beneath the raven moon. Mary Youngblood. CD P YOUN BRM Y-31
  • Canyon trilogy. R. Carlos Nakai. CD GW NAKA CT N-10
  • A history of Native America. Ned Blackhawk. CD 970.1 BLA
  • The journey of Crazy Horse: a Lakota history. Joseph M. Marshall, III. CD B Crazy Horse
  • Kabloona: among the Inuit. Gontran de Poncins. CD 917.19 PON
  • The miracle life of Edgar Mint. Brady Udall. CD Fic UDA
  • A Native American odyssey: Inuit to Inca. CD P INDI NAO P-42
  • Peace & power: the best of Joanne Shenandoah.   CD P INDI PP S-33
  • Under the green corn moon: Native American lullabies. CD P INDI UGC S-16

DVDS & VIDEOS

  • America before Columbus. DVD 970.1
  • American outrage. DVD 970.5
  • Black Indians: an American story. VIDEO 973.0496
  • Christmas in the clouds. DVD Comedy C
  • Dances with wolves. DVD Action Adv.
  • Dreamkeeper. DVD Drama D
  • Edge of America. DVD Drama E
  • 500 nations. DVD 970.1
  • Geronimo: an American legend. DVD Western G
  • Pioneer Indiana. VIDEO 977.203
  • Pocahontas revealed. DVD B Pocahontas
  • The snow walker. DVD Action Adv. S
  • A thousand roads. DVD Drama T
  • Trail of tears: a Native American documentary collection. DVD 970.5
  • Two rivers. DVD 305.897
  • The war that made America: the story of the French and Indian War. DVD 973.26

CHILDREN’S NONFICTION

  • American Indian cooking before 1500. Mary Gunderson. J 641.59 GUN, 641.59 GUN
  • The American Indian wars. Edward F. Dolan. J 970.5 DOL
  • Anasazi culture at Mesa Verde. Dale Anderson. J 970.3 AND
  • The Apache. Carolyn Casey. J 970.3 CAS
  • The Apache: nomadic hunters of the Southwest. Mary Englar. J 970.3 ENG
  • The Arapaho. Michael Burgan. J 970.3 BUR
  • The Arapaho: hunters of the Great Plains. Karen Bush Gibson. J 970.3 GIB
  • As long as the rivers flow. Larry Loyie. J 971.23 LOY
  • The Blackfeet: people of the dark moccasins. Karen Bush Gibson. J 970.3 GIB
  • The Blackfoot. Barbara A. Gray-Kanatiiosh. J 970.3 GRA
  • The buffalo and the Indians: a shared destiny. Dorothy Hinshaw Patent. J 978 PAT
  • Buffalo days. Diane Hoyt-Goldsmith. J 970.3 HOY
  • Chaco Culture National Park. David Petersen. E 978.9 PET
  • The Cherokee. Sarah De Capua. J 970.3 DEC
  • The Cherokee. Richard M. Gaines. E 970.3 GAI
  • Cherokee: an independent nation. Anne M. Todd. J 970.3 TOD
  • The Cheyenne. Sarah De Capua. J 970.3 DEC
  • The Cheyenne. Allison Lassieur. E 970.3 LAS
  • The Cheyenne. Dennis Limberhand. J 970.3 LIM
  • Chickasaw. Barbara A. Gray-Kanatiiosh. J 970.3 GRA
  • The Chickasaw Nation. Karen Bush Gibson. E 970.3 GIB
  • Children of the Tlingit. Frank Staub. J 979.8 STA
  • The Chippewa: a true book. Christin Ditchfield. J 970.3 DIT
  • The Choctaw. Sarah De Capua. J 970.3 DEC
  • The Choctaw nation. Allison Lassieur. E 970.3 LAS
  • The Chumash. Terry Allan Hicks. J 970.3 HIC
  • The Comanche. Raymond Bial. J 970.3 BIA
  • The Comanche. Sarah De Capua. J 970.3 DEC
  • The Comanche. Tom Streissguth. J 970.3 STR
  • Comanche Indians. Caryn Yacowitz. J 970.3 YAC
  • The Cree. Ruth Bjorklund. J 970.3 BJO
  • The Cree Tribe. Janet Riehecky. E 970.3 RIE
  • The Creek: farmers of the Southeast. Tracey Boraas. J 970.3 BOR
  • The Delaware. Raymond Bial. J 970.3 BIA
  • The Delaware. Michelle Levine. J 970.3 LEV
  • Delaware native Americans: a kid’s look at our state’s chiefs, tribes, reservations, powwows, lore and more from the past and the present. Carole Marsh. J 970.3 MAR
  • Desert dwellers: native people of the American Southwest. Scott S. Warren. J 970.4 WAR
  • Enduring wisdom: sayings from Native Americans. J 970 END
  • Everyday life of the Native Americans. Neil Morris. J 970.1 MOR
  • Four seasons of corn: a Winnebago tradition. Sally M. Hunter. J 970.3 HUN
  • Gift horse: a Lakota story. S.D. Nelson. J 970.3 NEL
  • The good rainbow road. Simon J. Ortiz. J 970.3 ORT
  • Grandchildren of the Lakota. LaVera Rose. J 970.3 ROS
  • Grandma Maxine remembers: a Native American family story. Ann Morris. E 973.04 MOR
  • The Haida. David C. King. J 970.3 KIN
  • The Hopi. Ruth Bjorklund. J 970.3 BJO
  • The Huron. Raymond Bial. J 970.3 BIA
  • The Huron. David C. King. J 970.3 KIN
  • –If you lived with the Cherokee. Peter and Connie Roop. J 970.3 ROO
  • –If you lived with the Hopi. Anne Kamma. J 970.3 KAM
  • –If you lived with the Indians of the Northwest Coast. Anne Kamma. J 970.4 KAM
  • Igloo. Yasmine A. Cordoba. J 970.3 COR
  • Indiana Native Americans: a kid’s look at our state’s chiefs, tribes, reservations, powwows, lore, and more from the past and the present. Carole Marsh. J 970.4 MAR
  • Indians of the Northeast: traditions, history, legends, and life. Lisa Sita. J 970.4 SIT
  • Inuit. Cherry & Bryan Alexander. J 970.3 ALE
  • The Inuit. Raymond Bial. J 970.3 BIA
  • The Inuit. David C. King. J 970.3 KIN
  • The Inuit. Allison Lassieur. E 970.3 LAS
  • The Iroquois. Sarah DeCapua. J 970.3 DEC
  • The Iroquois. Stefanie Takacs. E 970.3 TAK
  • The Iroquois: the Six Nations Confederacy. Mary Englar. J 970.3 ENG
  • A kid’s guide to Native American history: more than 50 activities. Yvonne Wakim Dennis, Arlene Hirschfelder. J 970.1 DEN
  • The Lakota. Michael Burgan. J 970.3 BUR
  • Lakota hoop dancer. Jacqueline Left Hand Bull, Suzanne Haldane. J 970.3 LEF
  • The Lenape: of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Delaware, Wisconsin, Oklahoma and Ontario. Anne Dalton. J 970.3 DAL
  • Life in a longhouse village. Bobbie Kalman. J 970.3 KAL
  • Life in a Plains camp. Bobbie Kalman. J 970.4 KAL
  • Life in a pueblo. Amanda Bishop. J 970.3 BIS
  • Life in an Anishinabe camp. Niki Walker. J 970.3 WAL
  • Little Bighorn. Randy Krehbiel. J 973.8 KRE
  • Little Bighorn Battlefield. Jason Cooper. E 978.6 COO
  • The long march: the Choctaw’s gift to Irish famine relief. Marie-Louise Fitzpatrick.  J 970.3 FIT
  • The Long Walk: the story of Navajo captivity. Raymond Bial. J 970.3 BIA
  • Longhouse. Cynthia Breslin Beres. J 970.3 BER
  • The Mandan. Terry Allan Hicks. J 970.3 HIC
  • The Menominee. Verna Fowler. J 970.3 FOW
  • The Menominee. Edward R. Ricciuti. J 970.3 RIC
  • Mojave. Barbara A. Gray-Kanatiiosh. J 970.3 GRA
  • The Mojave of California and Arizona. Jack S. Williams. J 970.3 WIL
  • Mrs. Scott’s beautiful art. Alice K. Flanagan. E 704.03 FLA
  • National Geographic investigates ancient Pueblo: archeology unlocks the secrets of America’s past. Anita Croy. J 970.3 CRO
  • Nations of the Plains. Bobbie Kalman. J 970.4 KAL
  • Nations of the Southwest. Amanda Bishop, Bobbie Kalman. J 970.4 BIS
  • Nations of the western Great Lakes. Kathryn Smithyman, Bobbie Kalman. J 970.4 SMI
  • Native American literature. Katherine Gleason. J 810.9 GLE
  • Native crafts: inspired by North America’s first peoples. J 745.5 TRO
  • Native homes. Bobbie Kalman. J 970.1 KAL
  • Native tribes of the Great Basin and Plateau. Michael Johnson, Duncan Clarke. J 970.4 JOH
  • The Navajo. Lana T. Griffin. J 970.3 GRI
  • The Navajo. David C. King. J 970.3 KIN
  • The Navajo. Geraldine Woods. J 970.3 WOO
  • Navajo code talkers. Andrew Santella. J 940.5486 SAN
  • The Nez Perce. Raymond Bial. J 970.3 BIA
  • The Nez Perce. David C. King. J 970.3 KIN
  • The Nez Perce. Stefanie Takacs. E 970.3 TAK
  • North American Indian. David Murdoch. J 970.1 MUR
  • North American Indian music. Rick Ench, Jay Cravath. J 781.62 ENC
  • Ojibwa. George L. Cornell, Gordon Henry Jr. J 970.3 COR
  • The Ojibwa: people of the Great Lakes. Anne M. Todd. J 970.3 TOD
  • Ojibway. J 970.3 OJI
  • The Ojibwe. David C. King. J 970.3 KIN
  • The Ojibwe. Michelle Levine. J 970.3 LEV
  • The Ojibwe and their history. Natalie M. Rosinsky. J 970.3 ROS
  • The Oneida. L. Gordon McLester III. J 970.3 MACL
  • The Osage. Janet Riehecky. E 970.3 RIE
  • The Ottawa. Elaine Landau. J 970.3 LAN
  • A personal tour of Mesa Verde. Robert Young. J 978.8 YOU
  • Plains Indians. Susie Brooks. J 970.4 BRO
  • Plank house. Dolores A. Dyer. J 970.4 DYE
  • The Potawatomi. Karen Bush Gibson. E 970.3 GIB
  • Potawatomi. Ellyn Sanna. J 970.3 SAN
  • The Powhatan. Raymond Bial. J 970.3 BIA
  • The Powhatan. David C. King. J 970.3 KIN
  • The Powhatan: a confederacy of Native American tribes. Tracey Boraas. J 970.3 BOR
  • Projects about the Plains Indians. Marian Broida. J 970.4 BRO
  • The Pueblo. Marian Broida. J 970.3 BRO
  • Pueblo. R. Kent Rasmussen. J 970.3 RAS
  • The Pueblo: farmers of the Southwest. Mary Englar. J 970.3 ENG
  • Remember Little Bighorn: Indians, soldiers, and scouts tell their stories. Paul Robert Walker. J 973.82 WAL
  • The Seminole. David C. King. J 970.3 KIN
  • The Seminole. Stefanie Takacs. E 970.3 TAK
  • The Seminole: the first people of Florida. Mary Englar. J 970.3 ENG
  • The Shawnee. Sarah De Capua. J 970.3 DEC
  • The Shawnee. Alice K. Flanagan. E 970.3 FLA
  • The Shoshone. Raymond Bial. J 970.3 BIA
  • The Shoshone. Sarah De Capua. J 970.3 DEC
  • The Shoshone. Christin Ditchfield. E 970.3 DIT
  • The Sioux. Raymond Bial. J 970.3 BIA
  • The Sioux. David C. King. J 970.3 KIN
  • The Sioux: people of the Great Plains. Anne M. Todd. J 970.3 TOD
  • 1607: a new look at Jamestown. Karen E. Lange. J 973.21 LAN
  • Struggle for a continent: the French and Indian Wars, 1689-1763. Betsy Maestro. J 973.25 MAE
  • Thunder Bear and Ko: the Buffalo nation and Nambe Pueblo. Susan Hazen-Hammond. J 970.3 HAZ
  • Tipi. McCrea Adams. J 970.4 ADA
  • Traditional crafts from native North America. Florence Temko. J 745.5 TEM
  • The Trail of Tears. Joseph Bruchac. E 970.3 BRU
  • The Wampanoag. Pamela Dell. J 970.3 DEL
  • The Wampanoag: the people of the first light. Janet Riehecky. J 970.3 RIE
  • We are the many: a picture book of American Indians. Doreen Rappaport. E 970.1 RAP
  • When the shadbush blooms. Carla Messinger. J 970.3 MES
  • Wickiup. Kevin M. Mitchell. J 970.4 MIT
  • The Yakama. Edward Ricciuti. J 970.3 RIC
  • Yurok. Barbara A. Gray-Kanatiiosh. J 970.3 GRA

CHILDREN’S BIOGRAPHIES

  • A boy named Beckoning: the true story of Dr. Carlos Montezuma, Native American hero. Gina Capaldi. J 970.1 CAP
  • Chief Joseph. Jane Sutcliffe. JB Joseph
  • Chief Red Cloud, 1822-1909. Judy Monroe. EB Red Cloud
  • Crazy Horse, 1842-1877. Anne M. Todd. JB Crazy Horse
  • Crazy Horse: Sioux warrior. Brenda Haugen. JB Crazy Horse
  • Geronimo. Catherine A. Welch. JB Geronimo
  • Geronimo: Apache warrior. Brenda Haugen. JB Geronimo
  • LaDonna Harris. Michael Schwartz. JB Harris
  • Osceola, 1804-1838. Rachel A. Koestler-Grack. JB Osceola
  • Pocahontas, 1595-1617. Liz Sonneborn. JB Pocahontas
  • Quanah Parker. Shannon Zemlicka. JB Parker
  • Sacagawea. Stacy DeKeyser. JB Sacagawea
  • Sarah Winnemucca: scout, activist, and teacher.  Natalie M. Rosinsky. JB Winnemucca
  • Searching for Chipeta: the story of a Ute and her people. Vickie Leigh Krudwig. JB Chipeta
  • Sequoyah: inventor of written Cherokee. Roberta Basel. JB Sequoyah
  • Sequoyah, 1770?-1843. Yvonne Wakim Dennis. JB Sequoyah
  • Sitting Bull, 1831-1890. Anne M. Todd. JB Sitting Bull
  • Sitting Bull remembers. Ann Turner. JB Sitting Bull
  • Squanto, 1585?-1622. Arlene B. Hirschfelder. JB Squanto
  • Tallchief: America’s prima ballerina. Maria Tallchief. JB Tallchief
  • Tecumseh. Susan Bivin Aller. JB Tecumseh
  • Thunder rolling down the mountain: the story of Chief Joseph and the Nez Perce. Agnieszka Biskup. JB Joseph
  • Wild Rose: Nancy Ward and the Cherokee Nation. Mary R. Furbee. JB Ward
  • Wilma Mankiller: chief of the Cherokee Nation. Pamela Dell. JB Mankiller

CHILDREN’S FOLKLORE

  • Baby Rattlesnake. Te Ata. E 398.24 ATA, Sp. Lang. E 398.24 ATA
  • Beaver steals fire: a Salish Coyote story. J 398.24 BEA
  • Bluebonnet girl. Michael Lind. E 398.24 LIN
  • Coyote in love with a star. Marty Kreipe de Montano. E 398.24 DEM
  • Follow the stars: a native American woodlands tale. Kristina Rodanas. J 398.24 ROD
  • Hold up the sky: and other Indian tales from Texas and the Southern Plains. Jane Louise Curry. J 398.208 CUR
  • How Chipmunk got his stripes: a tale of bragging and teasing. Joseph & James Bruchac. E 398.24 BRU
  • The Huron carol. Jean de Brebeuf. E 782.28 BRE
  • Is my friend at home?: Pueblo fireside tales. John Bierhorst. E 398.24 BIE
  • Kokopelli: drum in belly. Gail Haley. J 398.26 HAL
  • The legend of Minnesota. Kathy-jo Wargin. J 398.23 WAR
  • The legend of the old man of the mountain. Denise Ortakales. J 398.26 ORT
  • The legend of the White Buffalo Woman. Paul Goble. E 398.2 GOB
  • Magic words. Edward Field. J 811 FIE
  • Mystic horse. Paul Goble. E 398.24 GOB
  • Myths of the native Americans. Anita Dalal. J 299.7 DAL
  • Native American myths. Neil Morris. J 398.208 MOR
  • Spider spins a story: fourteen legends from Native America. J 398.24 SPI
  • Storm Maker’s tipi. Paul Goble. E 398.27 GOB
  • Trickster and the fainting birds. Howard Norman. J 398.22 NOR
  • Turtle’s race with Beaver: a traditional Seneca story. Joseph Bruchac, James Bruchac. E 398.24 BRU
  • When the Chenoo howls: native American tales of terror. Joseph and James Bruchac. J 398.21 BRU
  • When Turtle grew feathers: a folktale from the Choctaw nation. Tim Tingle. J 398.24 TIN
  • Yonder mountain: a Cherokee legend. Robert H. Bushyhead. E 398.27 BUS

PICTURE BOOKS

  • Alice Yazzie’s year. Ramona Maher. Pic MAH
  • Bears make rock soup and other stories. Lise Erdrich. Pic ERD
  • Broken Feather. Verla Kay. Pic KAY
  • Brother Bear. Pic BRO
  • Crazy Horse’s vision. Joseph Bruchac. Pic BRU
  • Crossing Bok Chitto: a Choctaw tale of friendship & freedom. Tim Tingle. Pic TIN
  • Dreamstones. Maxine Trottier. Pic TRO
  • The gift of the Inuksuk. Mike Ulmer. Pic ULM
  • Goose moon. Carolyn Arden. Pic ARD
  • Hidden buffalo. Rudy Wiebe. Pic WIE
  • Jingle dancer. Cynthia Leitich Smith. Pic SMI
  • Kumak’s fish: a tall tale from the far north. Michael Bania. Pic BAN
  • The legend of the lady slipper: an Ojibwe tale. Lise Lunge-Larsen, Margi Preus. Pic LUN
  • The red sash. Jean E. Pendziwol. Pic PEN
  • Seasons of the circle: a Native American year. Joseph Bruchac. Pic BRU
  • Shi-shi-etko. Nicola I. Campbell. Pic CAM
  • Sleeping bear: the legend. Anne Margaret Lewis. Pic LEW
  • The song within my heart. David Bouchard. Pic BOU
  • Squanto’s journey: the story of the first Thanksgiving. Joseph Bruchac. Pic BRU Thanksgiving
  • The Star People: a Lakota story. S.D. Nelson. Pic NEL
  • Tears of Mother Bear. Anne Margaret Lewis. Pic LEW
  • Thanks to the animals. Allen Sockabasin. Pic SOC

CHILDREN’S FICTION

  • Adaline Falling Star. Mary Pope Osborne. J OSB
  • Bear Dancer: the story of a Ute girl. Thelma Hatch Wyss. J WYS
  • Bearwalker. Joseph Bruchac. J BRU
  • Buffalo before breakfast. Mary Pope Osborne. J OSB, Sp. Lang. J OSB
  • Buffalo dreams. Kim Doner. J DON
  • Changes for Kaya: a story of courage. Janet Shaw. J SHA
  • Diamond Willow. Helen Frost. J FRO
  • The eagle’s shadow. Nora Martin. J MAR
  • The ghost of Poplar Point. Cynthia DeFelice. J DEF
  • The heart of a chief. Joseph Bruchac. J BRU
  • Ice drift. Theodore Taylor. J TAY
  • The Indian in the cupboard. Lynne Reid Banks. J BAN, J AUDIO CD BAN
  • The journal of Jesse Smoke: a Cherokee boy. Joseph Bruchac. J BRU
  • Longwalker’s journey: a novel of the Choctaw trail of tears. Beatrice O. Harrell. J HAR
  • Meet Kaya: an American girl. Janet Shaw. J SHA
  • My heart is on the ground: the diary of Nannie Little Rose, a Sioux girl. Ann Rinaldi. J RIN
  • Nellie the brave: the Cherokee Trail of Tears. Veda Boyd Jones. J JON
  • The silent stranger: a Kaya mystery. Janet Shaw. J SHA Mystery
  • Skeleton man. Joseph Bruchac. J BRU
  • Soft Rain: a story of the Cherokee Trail of Tears. Cornelia Cornelissen. J COR
  • Sweetgrass basket. Marlene Carvell. J CAR
  • The trickster and the troll. Virginia Driving Hawk Sneve. J SNE
  • Trouble at Fort La Pointe. Kathleen Ernst. J ERN Mystery
  • Walks Alone. Brian Burks. J BUR
  • Weetamoo: heart of the Pocassets. Patricia Clark Smith. J SMI
  • Where the great hawk flies. Liza Ketchum. J KET
  • Whisper in the dark. Joseph Bruchac. J BRU
  • The winter people. Joseph Bruchac. J BRU
  • The world before this one: a novel told in legend. Rafe Martin. J MAR

CHILDREN’S DVDS & VIDEOS

  • Brother Bear. DVD Children B
  • The gift of the sacred dog. DVD Children R
  • Giving thanks: a Native American good morning message. DVD Children R
  • Native American life. VIDEO Children
  • The Red Fury. DVD Children R

SPANISH LANGUAGE / EN ESPAÑOL

  • Breve historia de los indios norteamericanos. Gregorio Doval. Spanish Lang. 970.1 DOV
  • Enfoque: Indigenas de Norteamerica. VIDEO Spanish Lang.
  • Baby Rattlesnake = Viborita de cascabel. Te Ata. Sp. Lang. E 398.24 ATA
  • Sacagawea. Lise Erdrich. Sp Lang JB Sacagawea