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  • Trail of the deadTrail of the dead

    Bruchac, Joseph, 1942-

    "Lozen and her family, on the run from the tyrants who once held them hostage, embark on a journey along a perilous trail once followed by her ancestors, where they meet friends and foes alike"--

  • Super IndianSuper Indian

    Starr, Arigon, author, artist, book designer.

    "Hubert Logan was an ordinary Reservation Boy until he ate tainted commodity cheese infused with 'Rezium,' a secret government food enrichment additive. Known as €€˜Super Indian,€€™ Hubert fights evil forces who would overtake the Reservation's resources and population. Assisted by his trusty sidekicks Mega Bear and Diogi, they fight crime the way they know how -- with strength, smarts and humor."--P. [4] of cover.

  • Reel InjunReel Injun Hollywood et les Indiens

    Hollywood has an impressive track record, one that spans more than 4,000 films, of blatantly misrepresenting Native people and their cultures. Featuring interviews with filmmakers and activists such as Clint Eastwood, Jim Jarmusch and Russell Means, Reel Injun delves into the fascinating history of the Hollywood Indian with razor-sharp insight and humor, tracing its checkered cinematic evolution from the silent film era to today.

  • Frozen riverFrozen river

    Takes place in the days before Christmas near a little-known border crossing on the Mohawk reservation between New York State and Quebec. Ray, a white woman, and Lila, a Mohawk, both single mothers facing desperate circumstances, are drawn by the lure of fast money into the world of border smuggling across the frozen water of the St. Lawrence River.

  • Four sheets to the windFour sheets to the wind

    After his father's suicide, Cufe, embarks on a journey outside of his reservation to find a more fulfilling life.

  • Jim ThorpeJim Thorpe : original All-American

    Bruchac, Joseph, 1942-

    A biography of Native American athlete Jim Thorpe, focusing on his early athletic career.

  • Edge of AmericaEdge of America

    New man in town Kenny Williams has just accepted a position as an English professor on a reservation in Utah. Finding it hard to fit in with the Native American community, he decides to take on the challenge of coaching the girls' basketball team.

  • Coyote summerCoyote summer

    Callie goes from angry teen to confident young woman when she's sent from New York to her aunt and uncle's Coyote Arrow Ranch in Utah for the summer. She and her friend Rafe rescue an abused stallion, hide him in the hills, and train him for the upcoming Crown Invitational.

  • Dark windDark wind

    An Indian lawman covering the Arizona territories belonging to the Hopi and Navajo Indians is plunged into a world of mystery filled with drug dealers, FBI agents, witchcraft, intertribal politics and revenge.

  • The Woodland IndiansThe Woodland Indians

    Wilbur, C. Keith, 1923-

    Describes the history and culture of the prehistoric Woodland Indians as well as the Central Algonquian, Coastal Algonquian, and Iroquois tribes.

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