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(Art)ifacts: Contemporary Native Art By Fox Anthony Spears
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(Art)ifacts is a compilation of artwork by Karuk Artist, Fox Anthony Spears. Images of work from 2008 to 2012 are shown and include printmaking, painting, photography, and mixed media. Fox's work is... More > influenced by his Native American background.< Less
Totem Animals: A Lecture -Why Native Americans Believe Animals Have the Medicine Powers They Do By Dennis Vieira
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Why is there a belief in Native American, Animal Medicine Power? The answer is both simple and complex, and this book attempts to answer and examine this question. 23 pages, 4 chapters, 33 wildlife... More > photos, and includes a preface, references sources bibliography, and a recommended reading list.< Less
History of the Pequot War: The Accounts of Mason, Underhill, Vincent and Gardener on the Colonist Wars with Native American Tribes in the 1600s By Charles Orr
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This book chronicles the war between the European colonists of New England and the Native American Pequot tribe in the 17th century. Counting as the first large-scale conflict between the incipient... More > colonial settlers and Native American peoples, the series of skirmishes that constitute the Pequot War are an important episode in North American history. The Pequot tribe were dominant in Connecticut, their leadership being markedly hostile in contrast to the friendliness and cooperation of other tribes. As the accounts in this book testify, the battles proved increasingly costly for the Pequot tribe. Initially the Pequot mounted daring raids and insurgencies into the coastal territory of the colonists, taking captives and wreaking havoc in towns and outposts. However, the alliance between the European settlers and the Mohegan and Narragansett tribes quickly gained momentum; the tables turned, and eventually the entire Pequot tribe was routed, with its remnants sold into slavery or kept as captives.< Less
History of the Pequot War: The Accounts of Mason, Underhill, Vincent and Gardener on the Colonist Wars with Native American Tribes in the 1600s (Hardcover) By Charles Orr
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This book chronicles the war between the European colonists of New England and the Native American Pequot tribe in the 17th century. Counting as the first large-scale conflict between the incipient... More > colonial settlers and Native American peoples, the series of skirmishes that constitute the Pequot War are an important episode in North American history. The Pequot tribe were dominant in Connecticut, their leadership being markedly hostile in contrast to the friendliness and cooperation of other tribes. As the accounts in this book testify, the battles proved increasingly costly for the Pequot tribe. Initially the Pequot mounted daring raids and insurgencies into the coastal territory of the colonists, taking captives and wreaking havoc in towns and outposts. However, the alliance between the European settlers and the Mohegan and Narragansett tribes quickly gained momentum; the tables turned, and eventually the entire Pequot tribe was routed, with its remnants sold into slavery or kept as captives.< Less
My McCurdy Family and Collateral Lines Including Native American and Some Royal Family By Laird David Elsworth Mason
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Family research about the McCurdy ancestors of Dorothy Lenore McCurdy, which includes many collateral lines in Europe and in North America. Many of these lines include Ancient Royalty and Native... More > American relatives. This book is an accurate accounting of the data found by several researchers over generations of time. I not being a master genealogist but the data is as true as I can make it to be.< Less
The Quiet Crisis: A History of Environmental Conservation in the USA, from the Native Americans to the Modern Day (Hardcover) By Stewart L. Udall
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In this book Stewart Udall, Secretary of the Interior from 1961-1969, details the history of great Americans who advocated for conservation and preservation of the USA’s great outdoors. A... More > passionate and idealistic politician, Udall entered office with an immense knowledge of the environmental challenges facing the United States. The massive economic growth of the postwar boom, the construction of immense infrastructures such as the interstate highway system, and the emergence of urban sprawl as a problem confronting several states – though these brought prosperity, they also carried great perils of irreversible environmental destruction. This work establishes that concerns about human proliferation on America’s lands are not new: they can be traced back to the dawn of the American nation. The tribespeople of the Native Americans were the first to show respect for nature, with authors such as Ralph Waldo Emerson and Henry David Thoreau advocating for greater care to be taken.< Less
The Quiet Crisis: A History of Environmental Conservation in the USA, from the Native Americans to the Modern Day By Stewart L. Udall
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In this book Stewart Udall, Secretary of the Interior from 1961-1969, details the history of great Americans who advocated for conservation and preservation of the USA’s great outdoors. A... More > passionate and idealistic politician, Udall entered office with an immense knowledge of the environmental challenges facing the United States. The massive economic growth of the postwar boom, the construction of immense infrastructures such as the interstate highway system, and the emergence of urban sprawl as a problem confronting several states – though these brought prosperity, they also carried great perils of irreversible environmental destruction. This work establishes that concerns about human proliferation on America’s lands are not new: they can be traced back to the dawn of the American nation. The tribespeople of the Native Americans were the first to show respect for nature, with authors such as Ralph Waldo Emerson and Henry David Thoreau advocating for greater care to be taken.< Less
A Tramp Across the Continent: An Adventurer, Journalist and Activist for Native American Rights and Nature’s Preservation Journeys Across North America (Hardcover) By Charles F. Lummis
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Charles F. Lummis tells of an America long departed, when the western and southern frontiers were wilderness, nature untrammeled and settlers rugged in the face of unforgiving conditions. Written as... More > a retrospective of the adventurer's youth, A Tramp Across the Continent, through its varied events and encounters, transports the reader to an era lost to time. The tale begins in 1884, when the author - disgruntled and unhappy with the tedium of everyday life - sets off from Ohio with the intention of reaching California on foot. His trek, spanning some 3,500 miles and 144 days, is filled with joy, pain and lessons aplenty. The author traverses several of North America's most distinctive landscapes; the bare Midwestern plains, the rugged Rocky Mountains, the deserts of Arizona, and finally the valleys and hills of California. It is the people however which make the journey of Lummis so unique; he is accosted by outlaws multiple times, but evades robbery with a combination of bravado and his trusty revolver.< Less
A Tramp Across the Continent: An Adventurer, Journalist and Activist for Native American Rights and Nature’s Preservation Journeys Across North America By Charles F. Lummis
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Charles F. Lummis tells of an America long departed, when the western and southern frontiers were wilderness, nature untrammeled and settlers rugged in the face of unforgiving conditions. Written as... More > a retrospective of the adventurer's youth, A Tramp Across the Continent, through its varied events and encounters, transports the reader to an era lost to time. The tale begins in 1884, when the author - disgruntled and unhappy with the tedium of everyday life - sets off from Ohio with the intention of reaching California on foot. His trek, spanning some 3,500 miles and 144 days, is filled with joy, pain and lessons aplenty. The author traverses several of North America's most distinctive landscapes; the bare Midwestern plains, the rugged Rocky Mountains, the deserts of Arizona, and finally the valleys and hills of California. It is the people however which make the journey of Lummis so unique; he is accosted by outlaws multiple times, but evades robbery with a combination of bravado and his trusty revolver.< Less
My Journey Into Native America: Behind the dreamcatchers By Dave Jones
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This is the story of an Englishman throwing himself into a different world. A culture completely alien to him. You are invited along on his journey, to take part in his learning experience. To gain... More > an awareness and understanding of Native America from teachings by the people themselves. Initially they are his guides, they soon become his friends, and he becomes their ally. This is not all dreamcatchers and proverbs, this is the real Native America. The truth about the struggles from the past that continue through to the present day. The writer’s passion for the people is evident throughout. The fact that all profits from sales of this book go to Native American charities displays the author’s affections towards the indigenous people of America. Mitakuye Oyasin (We are all related. We are all as one within the Universe)< Less

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