History, Native American
All but One
Saga of the Abducted Putman Children of Gonzales Texas by Norman Jay Landerman-Moore
ALL BUT ONE is a 19th Century account of the Putman children of Gonzales, Texas, who were kidnapped by Comanche's, and their father’s relentless search to find and bring them home. Spanning four decades—the 1820s to 1860s—this dramatic novel, rich ...
Five Ages of Canada
A History From Our First Peoples to Confederation by Graham Gibbs
Five Ages of Canada tells the comprehensive tale of the nation’s origins and formation. Graham’s First Age introduces Canada’s First Inhabitants: the Palaeo-Indians from Northern Asia, their descendants, and the First Nations, Inuit and Métis ...
by Nancy Morrison
Approaching Dawn is the story of a prophecy fulfilled and of teachings passed through generations of Anishinabe. It is the story of one woman’s journey through the trauma of residential school, the reality of racism, the degradation of addictions ...
Written on Stone
A Novel of Empowerment by Eelkje VanderMeulen-Smart
Written on Stone is an epic tale which comes alive across the enormous abyss of time. It explores the psyche and spirit of a people who are forced to leave their homeland in search of a better future. The Ainu of Japan, and others who come from ...
Good Medicine For the Bow
A History of Medicine Bow, Wyoming by Marvin Cronberg
It was not easy to establish and maintain a frontier community. Aside from the harassment from the native americans, there were the usual petty jealousies and worse, a total lack of law enforcement. Fortunately there were individuals whose ...
Paths and Journeys
An original collection of short stories from the heart and soul of Eeyou Istchee, Cree Homeland by Christopher Herodier Snowboy
Like the light and the darkness of life, we all walk on both sides many times, taking our steps carefully and sometimes foolishly, where things may happen, either good, bad or both. I have walked in light and in darkness, and with those people who ...
Mohawks on the Nile
Journey of the Warrior Spirit by Joe Jacobs, M.D.
The inclusion of Mohawks and the Nile River in the same sentence seems a bit incongruous. American Indians in general and Mohawks in particular have remained relatively anonymous throughout contemporary American society. Joe Jacobs, whose mother was ...