Books, films and music can provide a broad introduction to Native American history, culture and artistry. They not only entertain, but also teach and inspire.
Ault, Sandi - Authors Homepage [offsite link]
A true SouthWestern writer, Sandi Ault writes about the Pueblo Peoples of New Mexico. Her website has resources for her books, her blog, and her newsletter.
Beading In The Native American Tradition, Review
Beading In The Native American Tradition, by David Dean, is a book that deserves a special place in the collection of the serious beader.
Darrell New Plenty Stars Book Review
Darrell's book "From the Flames of Wounded Knee to the Center of God's Will" will touch your heart and leave your soul searching for your own courage and salvation.
Denton Lund Artwork on T-shirt
This t-shirt features a wonderful work of art by Denton Lund and is offered by Bears and Roses Harley-Davidson. Read the review and visit the site. Click the back button to return.
Full Circle - Book Review
With courage and insight, Full Circle captures the effects of historical trauma. This book of historical fiction is significant, it tells a story that has rarely been told. Full Circle is spellbinding story that brings to light the roots of despair that still manifests as pain for too many.
Hundred In The Hand, Book Review
A riveting novel of the young warriors of the Sioux Nation, their battles and their loves.
Michael Spisak - Full Circle Interview
A daring interview with the author of Full Circle. Although the work is historical fiction it validates the fact that historical trauma is a live energy and that recognition of it brings it to the light where it can be healed.
Native American Beadwork, Review
Native American Beadwork, by Theresa Flores Geary, is another wonderful book I value for my personal library.
NAWA is the Native American Women´s Association and support Native American youth in a positive way. This cookbook helps fund scholarships and other educational events. It contains many wonderful traditional and contemporary indian recipes.
Our Spirits Don't Speak English, Review
A review of the Rich Heape film "Our Spirits Don't Speak English" from the "Circle of Life Series".
Plains Indian Dresses, Book Review
19th Century Plains Indian Dresses by Susan Jennys is a "must have" book if you are making traditional style dresses for your regalia at a powwow.
Pottery By American Indian Women, Book Review
Reviewing "The Legacy of Generations" by Susan Peterson. A book about pottery by Native American women.
Serpent's Tongue Book Review
Nancy Wood has done an incredible job of collecting from private and public collections to bring us this remarkable and lovingly put together book.
She Who Remembers, Review
She Who Remembers, by Linda Lay Shuler is an emotionally beautiful story of the ancient Anasazi peoples, their daily lives, loves and struggles.
Spiritual Legacy of the American Indian - Review
The Spiritual Legacy of the American Indian, what does that title suggest to you? Most of us have a hard time defining the concept of spirituality and even a tougher time defining the meaning of legacy. The Spiritual Legacy of the American Indian lights the path on this sacred journey.
The Cherokee Herbal, Book Review
The Cherokee Herbal, by J. T. Garrett, is a well-written book containing a wealth of information on herbs that the Cherokee peoples have used for generations for medicinal purposes.
Women Of The Dawn, Review
Women Of The Dawn, by Bunny McBride, is a story based on historical facts of four Abenaki women,
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