Multcolib Everybody Reads 2013 Picks: Further Reading and Viewing
Annotation:In the 1930s, John G. Neihardt, a poet and a chronicler of the old West and Native American folkways, spent many hours with Black Elk, one of the most revered holy men of the Oglala Sioux.
Annotation:Addressing the genocide of Native American cultural identity over the past 100 years, this collection of 35 essays by authors representing more than 25 tribal nations is at once eye-opening, brutally frank, and ultimately optimistic.
Annotation:A multi-volume set describing the sociology of Native Americans within both the historical context and the current society. Includes folklore, traditions, crafts, language families.
Annotation:Recounts the history of American Indian resistance over four centuries through pivotal moments and profiles, e.g., of Massasoit, Tecumseh, John Ross, Geronimo, and the Indian leaders of the 1973 revolt at Wounded Knee.
Annotation:An eight-part documentary that looks back at life in North America before the arrival of the Europeans, then follows the epic struggles of Indian Nations as the continent is reshaped by contact.
Annotation:This series documents the history of American Indian achievement, its defining role in the growth of the country, and its influence on current events. Highlights the many contributions of American Indians that have influenced and shaped the history of the United States.
Annotation:Includes links and contact information for the various tribes throughout the United States and Canada, and other information regarding social, educational and communal information, including pow wow etiquette.