Welcome to LTBB Cultural Library
- Dancing my dream
- The elders speak : reflections on Native American Life centering on Beaver Island, Michigan, in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries
The book is a culmination of forty years of recorded interviews with tribal leaders having knowledge of the Native American culture from the islands in the Beaver Archipelago off the coast of northwest Michigan. It interweaves two stories: accurate reports of authentic institutions stretching back to prehistoric times, and a photographic record of what it was like to live these traditions over the past handful of decades.
- Dance me outside
When the Kidabanessee Reservation in northern Ontario is shocked by a brutal murder of one of the residents, four teenagers find their friendships put to the ultimate test. The struggle to become men and women becomes entangled with a fight for justice as they find their friendships and romances maturing into something unexpected.
- The absolutely true diary of a part-time Indian
Budding cartoonist Junior leaves his troubled school on the Spokane Indian Reservation to attend an all-white farm town school where the only other Indian is the school mascot.
- Crazy Horse : Dynamite & Dreams
- We walk again
- Navajo code Talker
- Rethinking Michigan Indian history
- Jingle dress
An Ojibwa ceremony dating back a hundred years, the history and evolution of the Jingle dress and its related dance is presented along with how the dress is made and how it is presented (by different tribes) at powwows across North America today. Shot on location in Montana and Idaho.
- The frog