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Nisnol Siboal / Two Rivers By Joseph and Jesse Bruchac
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TWO RIVERS is a collaboration that reflects not only our two generations of father and son, but also the flow of language from two different yet deeply connected cultures. The relationships between... More > the European newcomers to the northeast and the Algonquin-speaking first peoples began at least five centuries ago. Poems in both the English and Abenaki language.< Less
THE WHITE MAN'S WAR ELY S. PARKER: IROQUOIS GENERAL By Joseph Bruchac
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Poems based on the Life of Ely Parker.
Hidden Roots By Joseph Bruchac
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"Hidden Roots" focuses on the greater impact that the generations of Abenaki that followed had to deal with. Readers will learn about the loss of identity, history and culture; lack... More > of self worth and fear that Abenaki people were feeling, and still feel today. Middle grade readers love to see life as "being fair", and will totally understand that life is not fair in this story. This is a book that should be read in every middle school class, so that this history will not be forgotten, and never be repeated.< Less
The First Council Fire By Joseph Joubert
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A story retold from the memory of the author, written first in his native language of Abenaki and later translated into English, The First Council Fire offers readers a better understanding of... More > Western Abenaki mythology while simultaneously acting as an incredible tool for students of the language. Few traditional stories from the Saint Francis Abenaki have ever been recorded. Joubert takes us back to the earliest times, when man knew nothing of law, and the world was still just taking shape. Great beasts and widespread warfare are overcome by the wisdom and respect of the elders.< Less
The First Council Fire By Joseph Joubert
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A story retold from the memory of the author, written first in his native language of Abenaki and later translated into English, The First Council Fire offers readers a better understanding of... More > Western Abenaki mythology while simultaneously acting as an incredible tool for students of the language. Few traditional stories from the Saint Francis Abenaki have ever been recorded. Joubert takes us back to the earliest times, when man knew nothing of law, and the world was still just taking shape. Great beasts and widespread warfare are overcome by the wisdom and respect of the elders.< Less
Along Came A Spider By Alice Azure
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"...a vital contribution to contemporary Native American literature. Already highly regarded for her poetry, Alice Azure proves to be a captivating storyteller, weaving together personal... More > narrative, her own voracious reading and research, and vivid re-imaginings of the people—and spirits--who led her back to her Mi’kmaq heritage. —Siobhan Senier, Associate Professor, English University of New Hampshire< Less
L8dwaw8gan wji Abaznodakaw8gan By Jesse Bruchac
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The language of the Abenaki Indian people of New England is among the most endangered on the planet. This book is a result of ongoing revitalization efforts. The focus is on the art of basketry and... More > it contains terms, sentences and conjugation charts revolving around this art.< Less
Hidden Roots By Joseph Bruchac
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"Hidden Roots" focuses on the greater impact that the generations of Abenaki that followed had to deal with. Readers will learn about the loss of identity, history and culture; lack... More > of self worth and fear that Abenaki people were feeling, and still feel today. Middle grade readers love to see life as "being fair", and will totally understand that life is not fair in this story. This is a book that should be read in every middle school class, so that this history will not be forgotten, and never be repeated.< Less