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The Last Pow Wow By Nancy Catherine Walker
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Schemitzun 2008 was the last Schemitzun held by the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation.
Occaneechi-Saponi 2010 POW WOW CALENDAR
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This calendar explains some of the basic elements of a traditional pow wow as well as showing pictures from the 2009 Occaneechi Band of the Saponi Nation's 25th Annual Pow Wow. This calendar also... More > includes some of North Carolina's Indian tribes' pow wows dates.< Less
My Favorite Pow Wow Fry Bread Recipes By Dr. Beth Cascaddan
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Food is an expression of culture. All cultures share the love of food. This common bond between people is a great place to start to learn about each other’s culture. Frybread, for instance, is... More > a favourite food of Native Americans aka First Nations on Turtle Island (North America and Canada). This recipe book takes favorite fry bread recipes from a variety of tribes around the United States.< Less
POW-WOWS; LONG LOST FRIEND By John George Hohman
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A real book of Christian magic used many times by horror and history author Manly Wade Wellman in his fiction. This is especially true in the stories of John the Balladeer where the LONG LOST FRIEND... More > comes into play to help thwart supernatural forces. Written by John G Hohman in Germany and first printed in the USA in 1820, this book mainly serves as a supernatural Farmer's Almanac. It carries remedies for sick cattle and shows how to stay safe from witches and robbers. This public domain text edition is published in conjunction with The Voice of the Mountains website at manlywadewellman.com< Less
Ojibwe Nation By John & Julie Paradis
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A collection of beautiful photos of the Ojibwe People.
Second Jumper: Searching for his bloodline By Sigfried R. Second-Jumper
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The author, a descendant of the Chiricahua Apaches, reveals the strife and triumphs of his ancestors, who in 1886 were banned from their homeland and imprisoned in Florida. After their arrival, his... More > great-grandparents were separated from the bulk of the survivors and sold to Cuba as slaves. Years later, their descendants migrated to Florida, settling near the Everglades, home of the Seminole Indians. With their encouragement, the author set out on a cross-country odyssey in search of his native bloodline. His journey ended when he found a group of Chiricahuas and his long lost relatives living amongst the Mescalero Apaches of New Mexico. Welcomed and accepted, the author was inaugurated into the Medicine Circle as a singer for their Crown Dancers, whose members descended from the great warriors-Cochise, Victorio, Chihuahua, Chatto and Geronimo. Their faces, statements, and stories along with those of the Florida Seminoles are in this book.< Less
Gentle Footsteps By Charles Yona Galohisdi Dunning, Marsha Patterson AniSoquili Raymond
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A brief insight into the ways of the First People. Topics such as smudging, ceremonies, herbs, prayer, the Sacred Directions, and powwow etiquette are covered, as well as stories, poetry, and... More > traditional Native American recipes.< Less
Gentle Footsteps By Charles Yona Galohisdi Dunning, Marsha Patterson AniSoquili Raymond
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A brief insight into the ways of the First People. Topics such as smudging, ceremonies, herbs, prayer, the Sacred Directions, and powwow etiquette are covered, as well as stories, poetry, and... More > traditional Native American recipes.< Less
The Last Colonials By Don Corbly
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The Last Colonials describes life in the 1700s in the northern colonies of America, what our ancestors ate, the clothes they wore, and how they eked out a living in Pittsylvania Country, the... More > “uncivilized” land west of the Allegheny Mountains that separated the eastern parts of Pennsylvania and Virginia from their far western lands. It compares the wealthier eastern colonists' way of life with the poorer settlers who lived in the "far lands.” Read how the early settlers coped with the Indians who killed entire families in the scattered settlements. Learn how the settlers made clothes from plants and animals, how they preserved food, what their children went through at school, and how the strict Puritans maintained law and order. The colonial era ended when the colonists won their War of Independence from England and became citizens of the new United States. This book will take you through their years of strife, toil, and their ultimate success in creating the American Industrial Revolution.< Less
The Long Awakening By Russell B. Crites
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A Montana tale in the late 1920's. Prohibition is in full swing, but drinking and pool halls were a way of life. Ray Frost, a homesteader in this barren windswept land is struggling with the problems... More > of his lonely life. Glimpse life in Northern Montana, the Hi-Line with Ray, and Geraldine, his mail order bride. It's a journey with barn dances, rodeos, blizzards, pool halls, Indians, pow wows, along with desperation, tragedy and insight.< Less