Native American Studies
Book of the Hopi
In this unique collection, some thirty Hopi elders reveal for the first time in written form the Hopi world-view.
These tales feature Mole, Coyote's wife, Chipmunk, Owl-Woman, Fox, and others
Contemporary Native American Short Stories
The ancient traditions and contemporary experiences of Native Americans are reflected in a collection of stories which includes contributions by established authors as well as new writers
Shamans and Kushtakas
North Coast Tales of the Supernatural
A powerful mix of history and legend dramatizes the values and traditions of Tlingit and Haida societies in Southeast Alaska.
Trail of Tears
The Rise and Fall of the Cherokee Nation
Recounts the many broken U.S. treaties with the Cherokees, describes how they were forced to leave their lands in Tennessee, Georgia, and North Carolina, and looks at the hardships they faced on the trail west.
Mountain Wolf Woman, Sister of Crashing Thunder
The Autobiography of a Winnebago Indian
The author looks back on her life and shares personal observations on her tribe's customs, traditions, and culture
Night Flying Woman
An Ojibway Narrative
Examines the history and culture of the Ojibway people
Twilight of the Sioux
Three epic poems tell of the adventures of the men who first ascended the Missouri River to settle the American West in the nineteenth century.
Brennan uses Plains Indian handsigns and other communication symbols to decipher Maya inscriptions, revealing hidden messages that have not been understood for hundreds of years.