PLAINS INDIANS MATERIAL
- 1876: LITTLE BIG HORN. By Robert Nightengale. Interesting perspective on the
Little Big Horn battle of where things went wrong for Custer and Reno. The best
illustrated book on the location of battle forces and movement of the Custer
fight. Pages: 268 with appendix. Cloth: $15.00.
- A DAKOTA-ENGLISH DICTIONARY. By Stephen R. Riggs. This reprint edition
returns to print an expanded version of the dictionary published by missionary
Riggs from 1890. A Dakota Sioux dictionary. 665 pages. (paper). . . . . .
- AN ENGLISH-DAKOTA DICTIONARY. By John P. Williamson. This 1902 reprint from
1902 was produced by missionary John P. Williamson who grew up speaking both
English and the Dakota Sioux language. 264 pages. (paper). . . . . . . . $12.95.
- AMERICAN INDIANS--Answers to Today's Questions. By Jack Utter. A
comprehensive work on the sub-title of the book on many tribes in the United
States on questions ranging from the discovery issue, culture, politics, myth,
misinformation, treaties, land, resources, economics...etc... Appendix and
index. 318 pages. . . . $21.95.
- AMERICAN INDIAN BEADWORK, by W. Ben Hunt and J. F. "Buck" Burshears.
Illustrated. A handicraft guide for those seeking the fundamentals of
construction and ideas of designs. 63 pages. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
- AMERICAN INDIAN CRAFT BOOK. By Marz and Nono Minor. Interwoven with the
history and customs of different tribes. 416 pages. . . . . . . . . . . .
- AMERICAN INDIAN MYTHS AND LEGENDS. Edited by Richard Erdoes and Alfonso
Ortiz. Comprehensive work on the subject of numerous Indian tribes. 525 pages. .
. . . . . . . .$18.00.
- AMERICAN INDIAN WOMEN--Telling Their Lives. By Gretchen M. Bataille and
Kathleen Mullen Sands. 209 pages. . . . $13.95
- AMERICAN INDIAN STORIES. Zitkala-Sa. Stories by the Yankton Dakota Sioux
author Zitakala-Sa from the turn of the century. 196 pages. . . . . . . .$12.95.
- ARCHAEOLOGY, HISTORY & CUSTER’S LAST BATTLE: The Little Big Horn Reexamined.
By Richard A. Fox Jr. An detailed examination of the Custer Battlefield with new
data from recent archaeology findings after detail probing of the Battle site.
Illustrated, photos. Pages...412. Paper: $19.95.
- ART OF THE AMERICAN INDIAN FRONTIER. The Chandler-Pohrt Collections. By David
W. Penny. A classic in the Collection books on beadwork. Pages...163. Cloth:
- THE BATTLE OF THE LITTLE BIGHORN. By Mari Sandoz. Widely read account of the
Bighorn Battle. 191 pages. . . . $9.95.
- THE BIOGRAPHICAL DIRECTORY OF NATIVE AMERICAN PAINTERS. By Patrick D. Lester.
A comprehensive and excellent survey of artists past and present. Artists are
listed by tribes. Pages...701. Cloth: $49.95.
- BISON--Symbol of the American West. By Michael S. Sample. Natural history and
outstanding photography from where the buffalo roam--including Badlands Nation
- al Park. 80 pages. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $9.95.
- BISON--Monarch of the Plains. By Linda Hasselstrom. By Linda Hasselstrom,
photos by David Fitzgerald. Exquisite book on the subject with outstanding
photos and text relating to the Plains Indians. Pages...125. Cloth: $39.95.
- BLACK INDIANS -- A Hidden heritage. By William Loren Katz. The story of the
black offspring of Black-Indian marriages shaped the early days of the fur
trade, added a new dimension to frontier diplomacy, and made a daring
contribution to the fight for American liberty. Illustrated, photos.
Pages...194. Paper: $10.00.
- BLACK ELK--The Sacred Ways of a Lakota. By Wallace Black Elk & William S.
Lyon. Wallace Black Elk, a Lakota elder from Rosebud, SD gives his account of
Black Elk's teachings. 193 pages. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
- BLACK ELK FLAMING RAINBOW--Personal Memories of the Lakota Holy Man and John
Neihardt. By Hilda Neihardt. A personal journey with the author and her father,
John Neihardt (author of the classic of BLACK ELK SPEAKS) to the world of Ben
Black Elk Sr. and the interviews that led to BLACK ELK SPEAKS. Photos of the
personal meetings between Black Elk and Neihardt. 136 pages. Paper: $12.00.
- BLACK ELK SPEAKS--Being the Life Story of a Holy Man of the Oglala Sioux as
told to John C. Neihardt. Legendary "Book of Visions" of an Oglala Medicine Man
and survivor of the Battle of the Little Big Horn. 298 pages. . . . . . .$14.95.
- BLACK HILLS: SACRED HILLS. By Tom Charging Eagle and Ron Zeilinger with
photos by Zeilinger. . . . . . . . . . $3.50.
- BLACK HILLS WHITE JUSTICE -- The Sioux Nation Versus the United States, 1775
to the Present. By Edward Lazarus. The legal story of the longest active legal
battle in United States history. His account covers the Sioux Nation’s success
of winning the largest financial compensation ever and turning it down for
nothing less then the land that it involved. Photos, maps. Pages...476. Paper:
- BRAIN TANNING THE SIOUX WAY. By Larry Belitz. The author outlines a
How-To-Do-It booklet on curing and tanning raw skins, step-by-step. 16 pages. .
. . . . $2.00.
- THE BROKEN CORD. By Michael Dorris. A moving story of coping with Fetal
Alcohol Syndrome in the Indian and White community. A award-winning TV special
in 1990. 300 pages. . . . . $13.00
- BURY MY HEART AT WOUNDED KNEE. By Dee Brown. An historical based novel of
Wounded Knee. Voted as the number 1 book of the past twenty-five years by the
WESTERN WRITERS OF AMERICA in its category. 473 pages. . . . . . . . . . . . .
- BUFFALO BIRD WOMAN'S GARDEN: Agriculture of the Hidatsa Indians. By Buffalo
Bird Woman as told to Gilbert L. Wilson. Illustrated. 150 pages. . . . . . . .
- BY CHEYENNE CAMPFIRES. By George Bird Grinnell. Early day accounts of the
culture and people of the Cheyenne Indians. 319 pages, illustrated. Paper:
- CHEYENNE AUTUMN. By Mari Sandoz. The Cheyenne Indian exodus from the Oklahoma
reservation to their homeland under Little Wolf and Dull Knife. 329 pages. . . .
. . . $12.00.
- CHEYENNE MEMORIES. By John Stands in Timber and Margot Liberty. Classic work
of an oral history of the Cheyenne Indians from legendary times to the early
reservation days. Photos, illustrated, maps. Pages...310. Paper: $18.00.
- CHIPPEWA CUSTOMS. By Frances Densmore. A classic on the Chippewa Tribal
customs,history, legends, traditions, art, music economy, and leisure activities
of the Chippewa (Ojibway) Indians of the United States and Canada. 196 pages.
Paper. . . . $12.95.
- CHOTEAU CREEK--A Sioux Reminiscence. Joseph Iron Eye Dudley. A Sioux
reminiscence by a native of the Yankton Reservation in South Dakota. 179 pages.
- THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO TRADITIONAL NATIVE AMERICAN BEADWORK--A Definitive
Study of Authentic Tools, Materials, Techniques, and Styles. By Joel Monture.
Excellent work on the subject. Color photos. Illustrated. 107 pages. Paper.
- COMPLETING THE CIRCLE. By Virginia Driving Hawk Sneve. History, myth,
autobiography and storytelling is incorporated in this family and multi-tribal
work of the Rosebud author. Excellent reading of the Lakota through one of our
best Lakota authors. 119 pages. cloth. . . . . $8.95.
- CRAZY HORSE--Hoka Hey!... It's a Good Day to Die. By Vinson Brown. Another
account on Crazy Horse and his life. Reading level at the young adult stage.
Illustrated. 176 pages. Paper: . . . . . $9.95.
- CRAZY HORSE (Tashunka Witko)--Great Warrior of the Oglalas (Teton Sioux). By
Harold P. Howard. An excellent booklet on Crazy Horse from the Gratten episode
to his death at Fort Robinson. Pages 24 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$3.50.
- CRAZY HORSE--The Strange Man of the Oglalas. By Marie Sandoz. Most popular
and widely read version of the Lakota legendary war chief. 428 pages. . . . .
- CRAZY HORSE. By Larry Mcmurtry. Mcmurtry, to his credit, doesn’t try to add
anything to the mythology of Crazy Horse. His matter-of-fact observations of the
Lakota leader give us, perhaps, no insights on Crazy Horse but lets the reader
draw his own conclusions of the Lakota war leader. Pages...148. Cloth: $19.95.
- CROW DOG. By Richard Erdoes. A generation account of the traditonal Crow Dog
family from the pre-Rosebud reservation days through the contemporary AIM
movement in South Dakota. paper: $13.00.
- CRYING FOR A VISION, A Rosebud Sioux Trilogy 1886-1976, photographs by John
A. Anderson, Eugene Buechel, S.J., Don Doll, S.J. Edit by Don Doll S.J. and Jim
Alinder. Outstanding photos from the South Dakota Rosebud Indian
Reservation--past and present. 160 pages. . . . . . . $19.95.
- THE CUSTER ALBUM: A Pictorial Biography of General George A. Custer. By
Lawrence A. Frost. One of the more popular custer items. Photos, illustrations.
Pages: 192. Paper: $24.95.
- CUSTER DIED FOR YOUR SINS--An Indian Manifesto. By Vine Deloria, Jr. One of
the first attention-getting accounts of the contemporary Indian world. 267
pages. . . . . . $19.95.
- CUSTER'S FALL. By David Humphreys Miller. The best selling book of the Big
Horn Battle. Indian survivor's interviews who fought in the Battle of the Little
Big Horn. 271 pages. . . .reprint in May, 1992. . . . $13.95.
- DAKOTA WAR OF 1862. By Kenneth Carley. An illustrated account of the infamous
Minnesota conflict. 102 pages. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$12.95.
- DAKOTAH SIOUX INDIAN DICTIONARY. By Paul WarCloud (1930-1973). Over 4,000
words-pronunciation at a glance. 192 pages. . . . paper: $8.00
- DANCES WITH WOLVES, novel. By Michael Blake. . . .pocket book $6.95. trade
- DRESS CLOTHING OF THE PLAINS INDIANS. By Ronald P. Koch. Illustrated.
Carefully researched and well written. 240 pages. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
- DULL KNIFES OF THE PINE RIDGE--A Lakota Odyssey. By Joe Starita. A story of
four generations of Dull Knifes of the Pine Ridge of South Dakota. Starting with
events prior to the 1878 "Cheyenne Autumn" movement from the 1878 days from
their exodus from INDIAN TERRITORY of the Southwest to their Northern Plains
homeland and to Desert Storm, one journeys with the Dull Knifes through four
generations. 574 pages. Paper. . . . . . . $17.95.
- EAGLE VISION -- Return of the Hoop. By Ed McGaa. Novel with setting from the
Pine Ridge Reservation. Pages...311. Paper: $18.00.
- EARLY NATIVE AMERICAN RECIPES AND REMEDIES. By Duane R. Lund. 72 pages. . . .
. . . . . . . . . . . $9.95.
- THE EDUCATION OF LITTLE TREE. By Forrest Carter. "A Cherokee boyhood of the
1930's remembered in generous, loving detail..." Best seller. 216 pages. . . . .
- EVERYDAY LAKOTA: An English-Sioux Dictionary for Beginners. Edited by Joseph
S. Karol and Stephen L. Rozman. An important edition to understanding the Lakota
language. 122 pages. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$8.00.
- ---------------: Tape to go with dictionary . . . . $12.95.
- FOOLS CROW. By Thomas E. Mails. Biography of the Oglala Medicine Man who died
in 1989 on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota. 294 pages. . . . .
- FORT SISSETON. By Harold H. Schuler. Fort Sisseton, Northeastern South Dakota
military fort set up during the Minnesota Sioux War years and its role and
history in the pre-post frontier war years. Photos, maps, illustrated.
Pages...277. Paper: $12.95.
- FROM DEEPS WOODS TO CIVILIZATION: Chapters in the Autobiography of an Indian.
230 pages. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . paper, $13.95.
- THE GIFT OF THE SACRED PIPE. Edited and illustrated by vera drysdale. Bases
on Black Elk’s account of the seven rites of the Oglala Sioux as originally
recorded and edited by Joseph Epes Brown. Foreword by Arthur Amiotte.
pages--104. Paper: $29.95.
- GHOST -DANCE RELIGION AND THE SIOUX OUTBREAK OF 1890. By James Mooney.
Reprint of the original text of James Mooney's classic recording of the Ghost
Dance. 1,136 pages . . . . . . . . $45.00.
- A HISTORY OF THE INDIANS OF THE UNITED STATES. By Angie Debo. this book is an
in-depth historical survey of the Indians of the United States, including the
Eskimos and Aleuts of Alaska. 427 pages. Paper: $24.95.
- HOW TO TAKE PART IN LAKOTA CEREMONIES. By William Stolzman, SJ. A look at the
various Lakota spirituality ceremonies and pronunciation key to Lakota words. 72
pages. . $4.00.
- HOWLING WOLF -- And the History of Ledger Art. By Joyce M. Szabo. Art from
the Indian prisoners of Fort Marion in Flordia, and the reservation period
featuring Howling Wolf’s ledger art, a Southern Cheyenne. Illustrated, color
plates. Pages...266. Cloth: $25.00.
- GIFT OF POWER -- The Life and Teachings of a Lakota Medicine Man. By Archie
Fire Lame Deer & Richard Erdoes. A takeoff on LAME DEER, a highly popular
treament of the old medicine man from the Rosebud Reservation. Photos,
illustrated. Pages...265. Paper: $16.00.
- GIFTS OF THE SPIRIT. Works by 19th Century Contemorary Native American
Artists. By Monroe, Conn, Hill Sr., Harjo. Collection work. Pages...239. Cloth:
- GOD IS RED, A Native view of Religion. By Vine Deloria, Jr. The vanguard in
promoting the recognition of sacred places and responsibility to the natural
world. 302 pages. . . . . . . . . $21.95.
- GROWING UP NATIVE AMERICAN--Stories...by 22 American Indian writers recalling
childhood in their native land...Black Elk, Louise Erdrich, Scott Momaday....
Edited by Patricia Riley. 333 pages. Paper: $12.50.
- HOUSE MADE OF DAWN. By N. Scott Momaday. Novel of a young American Indian
home from the war and caught between two worlds. Pages...198. Paper: $13.00.
- “I WILL FIGHT NO MORE FOREVER” -- Chief Joseph and the Nex Perce War. By
Merrill D. Beal. Considered the official volume on the Nez Perce War with the
United States. Photos, maps. Pages...357. Paper: $16.95.
- ICE GLIDER -- Papers in Northern Plains Prehistory & Ethnohistory. Edited by
W. Raymond Wood. pages 216. Paper. $5.00.
- IN THE SPIRIT OF CRAZY HORSE. By Peter Matthiessen. The story of Leonard
Peltier and the FBI's war on the American Indian Movement 634 pages.(paper): .
- INDIAN ARROWHEADS -- The Overstreet identification and price guide, 6th
edition. By Robert m. Overstreet. Contemporary price guide and location of the
subject. Illustrated, photos, color plates. Pages...965. Paper: $24.00.
- INDIAN HEROES AND GREAT CHIEFTAINS. By Charles A. Eastman (Ohiyesa).
Biographical vignettes of fifteen great Indian leaders, mostly Sioux. 249 pages.
. . . . . . . . . .$12.95.
- INDIAN GIVERS--How the Indians of the Americas Transformed the World. By Jack
Weatherford. The revelation of how the cultural, social, and political practices
of the American Indians transformed the world. 273 pages. . . . . . . .. .
- THE INDIAN LAWYER. By James Welch. A Blackfoot Reservation and Billings,
Montana setting for Welch’s novel. Pages...349. Paper: $14.00.
- INDIANS OF THE PLAINS. By Robert H. Lowie. General view of the Plains
Indians. 223 pages. . . . . . . . . . . . $12.95.
- INDIAN ORATORY--FAMOUS SPEECHES BY NOTED INDIAN CHIEFTAINS. Compiled by W.C.
Vanderwerth. Excerpts of speeches from numberous Indian leaders including Red
Cloud, Spotted Tail, Crazy Horse, Kicking Bear, Gall & Sitting Bull of the
immediate area. . . . 292 pages. . . . . paper. . . . . . . $16.95.
- INDIAN LEGENDS. Long Ago Series. Indian Legends from the continental United
States of various Indian Tribes. A 1994 reprint from a 1925 printing. 279 pages.
- THE INDIAN TIPI--Its History, Construction and Use. By Reginald and Gladys
Laubin. . . . . . . . . . . . . . $24.95.
- INKPADUTA -- The Scarlet Point -- Terror of the Dakota Frontier and Secret
Hero of the Sioux. By Maxwell Van Nuys. Retraced history from the SD Historical
Collections material on the exploits of Inkpaduta from the aftermath of the
Minnesota/Dakota Indian-White war years. Photos, illustrated, maps. Pages...459.
- IRON HAWK. By Ella Deloria, edited by Julian Rice. Lakota and English text of
more outstanding Ella Deloria's work. Pages...224. Paper: $3.95. Cloth: $6.95.
- JOURNALS OF LEWIS & CLARK. By John Bakeless, edited. An edited Journal
account of the Lewis & Clark expedition. Pages.... Paper: $7.99.
- JOURNALS OF LEWIS & CLARK. By Frank Bergon, edited. Bakeless and Bergon’s
edited respective editions of the Lewis & Clark expeditions are two of the top
sources of this account. Illustrated. Pages...560. Paper: $15.00.
- JOURNALS OF LEWIS & CLARK. By Bernard De Vota. De vota has authored many of
the west’s best exploration books. This is one of them. Photos, illustrated,
maps. Pages...576. Paper: $14.00.
- THE JOURNALS OF PATRICK GASS -- Member of the Lewis & Clark Expedition. A
long-awaited publication of Patrick Gass, Lewis & Clark expedition participant.
Pages...384. Paper: $20.00.
- JOSEPH N. NICOLLET ON THE PLAINS AND PRAIRIES--The expeditions of 1838-39
with Journals, Letters, and Notes on the Dakota Indians. Translated from the
French and edited by Edmund C. Bray and Martha Coleman Bray. French scientist
Nicollet led two US government-sponsored expeditions into the land of the
Pipestone Quarry area, Fort Pierre and Devil's Lake in the Dakotas. First maps
of the area. 281 pages. Paper: $14.95.
- THE JUNE RISE -- The Apocryphal Letters of Joseph Antoine Janis. By William
Tremblay. Excellent historical source of the Janis family that was instrumental
in the turn of events that directed the Oglala Nation from the Laramie treaty to
the reservation system. The Janis brothers married into the Oglala Lakota tribe
and influenced the result of the Laramie treaty by their role as interpreters
and members of the Lakota bands. Pages...233. Paper: $12.00.
- KATERI TEKAKWITHA. By Ron Zeilinger, M. Div. The story of the famous and
heroic girl of the Iroquois. 12 pages. . . . . . . . $1.00.
- KEEPER OF THE FEMALE MEDICINE BUNDLE -- Biography of Wihopa, The oldest
Living Member of Her Tribe. Interview form. Dakota Sioux item and one of the few
on the Lakota/Dakota medicine women. Photos, illustrated, maps. 247...pages.
- KEEPERS OF THE ANIMALS--Native American Stories and Wildlife Activities for
Children. By Michael J. Caduto and Joseph Bruchac. Illustrated. (paper): . . . .
. . . . . . $19.95.
- ----------------------. Teacher's manual . . . . . . $9.95.
- KEEPERS OF THE EARTH: Native American Stories and Environmental Activities
for Children. By Michael J. Caduto and Joseph Bruchac. Illustrated. 201 pages.
- ---------------------. Teacher's manual . . . . . . . $9.95.
- KEEPERS OF LIFE: Native American Stories and Environmental Activities
featuring the botanical study for children. By Michael J. Caduto and Joseph
Bruchac. Illustrated. 201 pages. paper: $19.95.
- -------------------. Teacher's manual . . . . . . . $9.95.
- KILLING OF CHIEF CRAZY HORSE. Three Eyewitness views by the Indian, Chief He
Dog; the Indian-white, William 2Garnet; the white doctor, Valentine McGillycuddy.
148 pages. . . $9.95.
- LAKOTA BELIEF AND RITUAL. By James R. Walker and edited by Raymond J.
DeMallie and Elaine A. Jahner. Narratives of the early Oglala ritual. 369 pages.
. . . $18.95.
- LAKOTA CEREMONIAL SONGS. Performed by John Around Him and translated by
Albert White Hat, Sr. 28 page booklet with tape. . . . . . $15.00.
- LAKOTA-ENGLISH DICTIONARY. Compiled by Rev. Eugene Buechel, S.J. The most
complete 2dictionary on the Lakota language. 853 pages. . . . . . . . . . .
- LAKOTA GRIEVING. By Stephen Huffstetter, SCJ. Catholic treatment of a subject
that has little precedence in Lakota Literature. Pages...158. Paper: $7.95.
- LAKOTA NAMING--A Modern-day Hunka Ceremony by Marla N. Powers. A work on the
revival of the HUNKA ceremony--the "Making of Relatives". Illustrated. 46 pages.
. . $12.00.
- THE LAKOTA RITUAL OF THE SWEAT LODGE -- History and Contemporary Practice. By
Raymond A. Bucko. Photos. Pages...309. Paper: $16.95.
- LAKOTA SOCIETY. By James R. Walker and edited by Raymond J. DeMallie. A
comprehensive text on the structure and cultural activities of the Lakota
society. 193 pages. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$15.95.
- LAKOTA STAR KNOWLEDGE (Studies in Lakota Stellar Theology). By Ronald
Goodman. Researched from the Buechel archives. . 64 pages. . . . . . $15.00.
- LAKOTA WOMAN. By Mary Crow Dog with Richard Erdoes. A Lakota woman's account
of life with AIM movement in the Rosebud, Pine Ridge and Wounded Knee areas. 263
pages . . . . . . . . . . . $13.00.
- LAKOTA RECOLLECTIONS OF THE GREAT CUSTER FIGHT -- New Sources of
Indian-Military History. By Richard G. Hardorff, edited and compiled. Many
Rosebud, Pine Ridge and Standing Rock particpants were interviewed for this
work. Pages...201. Paper: $10.00.
- LAKOTA TALES & TEXTS. By Eugene Buechel, S.J. A unique collection of Lakota
Indian stories preserved in the Lakota language from the Oglala people. . . . .
. . $8.00.
- LAKOTA WARRIOR. By Joseph White Bull, translated and edited by James H.
Howard. Nephew of Sitting Bull recollections of the Fetterman and Wagon Box
fights and the Little Big Horn. Orignally published as THE WARRIOR WHO KILLED
CUSTER. Illustrated, photos, maps. Pages...82. Paper: #15.00.
- LAND OF THE SPOTTED EAGLE. By Luther Standing Bear. The author's account of
the Sioux culture on the Rosebud Reservation. 260 pages. . . . . . . .$14.95.
- LAME DEER--Seeker of Visions. By John (Fire) Lame Deer and Richard Erdoes. An
account of a Lakota Medicine Man from the Badlands area. 276 pages. Pocket book
$5.95. Trade edition. . . . . $13.00.
- THE LANCE & SHIELD, The Life and Times of Sitting Bull. By Robert M. Utley.
Awarded winning book on one of the most famous leaders of the Lakota. 398 pages.
. . paper, . . . .$16.95.
- THE LAST CONTRARY: The Story of Wesley Whiteman (Black Bear). By Warren E.
Schwartz. The story of the last member of the Northern Cheyenne Contrary
Society, Wesley Whiteman (Black Bear). Bear Butte material. 146 pages. . .
- LEWIS & CLARK AMONG THE INDIANS. By James P. Ronda. The focus is on the
intereaction of the Lewis & Clark expedition and the Indians taken from the
expedition journals. Pages...299. Price: $17.95.
- LOST BIRD AT WOUNDED KNEE. By Renee Flood. The intriguing account and
continuing saga of Lost Bird as a baby found at the 1890 WOUNDED KNEE MASSACRE
site and her subsequent adoption and her controversial upbringing into the white
society. 384 pages. paper: $17.50.
- LEGENDS OF THE MIGHTY SIOUX. By M.L. Reese editor. Illustrated by Oscar Howe,
Introduction by Virginia Driving Hawk Sneve. Forty five Sioux legends from the
Rosebud and Lakota/Dakota elders. 158 pages. . cloth:$12.95. . . paper: . .
- LITTLE CHIEF’S GATHERINGS. The Smithsonian Institution’s G.K. WARREN
1855-1856 PLAINS COLLECTION and The New York State Library’s 1855-1857 WARREN
EXPEDITIONS JOURNALS. By James A. Hanson. One of the outstanding trackings of
the major military expeditions in Indian country in the mid-eighteen hundreds
that were forerunners to the Plains Indian and Military encounters up to Wounded
Knee in 1890. Pages...200. Illustrated. Cloth: $75.00.
- LITTLE CROW, Spokesman for the Sioux. By Gary Clayton Anderson. Leader of the
Dakota Indian forces in the bloody Dakota War of 1862. 259 pages. . . . .
- LOVE MEDICINE. By Louise Erdrich. Award-winning fiction of a saga of two
Indian families--The Kaspaws and the Lamarartines--located on a North Dakota
reservation. 274 pages. . . . . . . . . . . .$14.00.
- MADONNA SWAN: A Lakota Woman's Story. By Mark St. Pierre. A Lakota woman's
life story at the Cheyenne River Sioux Reservation in South Dakota. 201 pages. .
. . . . paper. . . . $17.95.
- THE MEDICINE MEN (Oglala Sioux Ceremony and Healing). By Thomas H. Lewis.
Notes & bibliography. 210 pages. . . . . . . . . . $10.95.
- MEDICINE WOMEN, CURANDERAS, AND WOMEN DOCTORS. By Bobette Perrone, H.
Henrietta Stockel, and Victoria Krueger. This publication presents ten
Southwestern female healers from three cultures--Native American, Hispanic, and
Western...As healers, these women use the techniques and methods of their
specific cultures. 244 pages. Paper: . . . . . $19.95.
- MITAKUYE OYASIN--"We Are All Related." By A. C. Ross. Intriguing personal
account of the spirituality and origins of the Indian. 215 pages. . . . .
- MOON OF POPPING TREES. By Rex Alan Smith. The story of the Tragedy at Wounded
Knee and the end of the Indian wars. 219 pages. . . . . . . . $12.95.
- MOTHER EARTH SPIRITUALITY--Native American Paths to Healing Ourselves and Our
World. By Ed McGaa, Eagle Man. The sharing of the Native American spirituality
through the author's own experiences. 230 pages. . . . . . . . $17.00.
- MY INDIAN BOYHOOD. By Luther Standing Bear. A autobiography that portrays the
belief and everyday life of the Lakota Sioux. 190 pages. . . . . . . .$11.95.
- MY LIFE ON THE PLAINS -- or, Personal Experiences with Indians. By General
George Armstrong Custer. A graphic word picture of the experiences of one of the
most controversial Indian Fighters the US Army has ever produced. Photos, Maps.
Pages...407. Paper: $14.95.
- MY PEOPLE THE SIOUX. By Luther Standing Bear. A classic on the early Lakota
culture and lifestyle on the Rosebud Reservation. 288 pages. . . . . . . $12.95.
- MYSTERY OF SACAJAWEA--Indian Girl With Lewis and Clark, American's Favorite
Heroine...What Became of Her? By Harold P. Howard. 199 pages. . paper $10.00.
Cloth . . . $18.00
- THE MYSTERY OF E TROOP-- Custer's Gray Horse Company at the Little Bighorn.
By Gregory Michno. Excellent sections on the Indian and White accounts of the
Little Big Horn Battle. Photos, maps. 340 pages. Paper: . . . .$18.00.
- MYTHOS WILD WEST-- ...The Brundl Collection. Great Collection panorama of the
Plains Indians, fur trade, cowboy, horses, soldiers, Wild West shows and more.
Color plates, illustrated. Printed in Engish and German. Pages 214. Paper:
- MYTHS AND LEGENDS OF THE SIOUX. By Marie L. McLaughlin. One of the first
Sioux legends books from the South Dakota Standing Rock reservation. 200 pages.
- NATIVE AMERICAN ANIMAL STORIES. By Joseph Bruchac. Legends from the a number
of Native American tribes including the Sioux. 136 pages. . . . . . . $12.95.
- NATIVE PLANT STORIES--From Keepers of Life. Told by JOSEPH BRUCHAC,
illustrated by John K. Fadden and David K. Fadden. Stories of plants from the
Native American perspective from creation to cultural significance. 128 pages.
Paper. . . $12.95.
- NATIVE WISDOM--Perceptions of the Natural Way. By Ed Mcgaa, Eagle Man--author
of MOTHER EARTH SPIRITUALITY. Illustrated by Rudolph Chasing Hawk. An
- enrolled Oglala Lakota's narrative based on the enviable track record of
indigenous people who have practiced the wisdom of Nature anchored in
spirituality. 251 pages. Paper. . . . . . . $15.00.
- NEBRASKA INDIAN WARS READER--1865-1977. By R. Eli Paul, edited. Good material
on Red Cloud and Crazy Horse and the conflicts with the Pawnees. Photos,
Illustrated, maps. Pages...234. Paper: 15.00.
- NEITHER WOLF NOR DOG -- On Forgotten Roads with an Indian Elder. By Kent
Nerburn. Excellent anthology of Indian tales and texts. Pages...291. Paper:
- NIGHT FLYING WOMAN--An Ojibway Narrative. By Ignatia Broker. This is a story
in the tradition of the Ojibway people. 135 pages. . .$9.95.
- NOBLE RED MAN--Lakota Wisdomkeeper Mathew King. Compiled & edited by harvey
Arden. Focus point is on Mathew King, longtime spokesman for the traditional
chiefs of the Lakota nation from the Pine Ridge reservation and Black Hills
area. 108 pages. cloth: . . . . . $13.95.
- NORTH AMERICAN INDIANS. By George Catlin. Catlin's account of the his
encounters with the Plains Indians. Illustrations and maps. 498 pages. . . .
- OCETI WAKAN -- Sacred Fireplaces. By Pete S. catches Sr., Retek V. Catches,
Edited by Cynthia L. Catches. Excellent spirituality work by the Oglala Medicine
Man, Pete Catches, Sr. Pages...214. Paper: $15.00.
- OHITIKA WOMAN. By Mary Brave Bird with Richard Erdoes. Picking up where
LAKOTA WOMAN left off. OHITIKA WOMAN continues Mary Brave Bird's personal story
of her life on the Rosebud reservation and the aftermath of Wounded Knee in 73.
274 pages. $13.00.
- OGLALA RELIGION. By William K. Powers. A comprehensive view of the Lakota
religion and history. 233 pages. . . . . $14.00.
- OGLALA WOMEN--Myth, Ritual, and Reality. By Marla N. Powers. Based on
interviews and life histories collected over more than twenty-five years of
study on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota. Page 232. . . . . . .
- OJIBWAY CEREMONIES. By Basil Johnston. In this work the author focuses on a
young member of the tribe and his development through participation in the many
rituals in the Ojibway way of life. 188 pages. Paper . . . $13.95.
- OJIBWAY HERITAGE. By Basil Johnston. The author's work introduces hi people's
ceremonies, rituals, songs, dances, prayers, and legends from the heart of the
Ojibway experience. 171 pages. Paper . . . $11.95.
- OBJIWAY TALES. By Basil Johnston. These twenty-two stories were originally
collected under th title MOOSE MEET AND WILD RICE. Delightful and powerful
communal humor. . . . 188 pages. Paper . . . $13.95.
- OLD INDIAN LEGENDS. By Zitkala-Sa. Legends from the Yankton Dakota Sioux by a
Sioux woman author from the immediate area. 165 pages. . . . . . . $10.95.
- PINE RIDGE RESERVATION--Yesterday and Today. By Greg Gagnon & Karen White
Eyes. A look at understanding the past and present on the Pine Ridge
Reservation. 33 pages. . . $3.50.
- THE PIPE AND CHRIST. By William Stolzman, S.J. This book is the result of a six-year dialogue between Sioux medicine men and Christian missionaries on
the Rosebud Reservation. 222 pages. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
- THE PONCA CHIEFS (An Account of the Trial of Standing Bear). By Thomas Henry
Tibbles, edited by Kay Graber. Account of Standing Bear and his ensuing suit
against the federal government to establish Indians as persons within the
meaning of the law. 144 pages..$13.95.
- PLENTY-coups -- Chief of the Crows. By Frank B. Linderman. A classic account
of a great chief who highlights his life to the author up through the death of
Custer and to the time of the passing of the Buffalo. Illustrated, photos.
Pages...314. Paper: 16.95.
- PRETTY-SHIELD--Medicine Woman of the Crows. By Frank B. Linderman. 256 pages.
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $14.95.
- QUILL AND BEADWORK OF THE WESTERN SIOUX. By Carrie A. Lyford. Excellent text
and illustrated views the Sioux quill and beadwork craft. 116 pages. . . . . .
- RED CLOUD'S FOLK. By George Hyde. A history of the Oglala Sioux Indians. It
is the best work of its kind on the Lakota people of the Badlands area. 332
pages. . . $24.95.
- READING AND WRITING THE LAKOTA LANGUAGE. By Albert White Hat Sr. A
contemporary look at the Lakota langauage from the past to the present. Book and
tape, set: $34.95. Book only … $24.95
- THE RIGHTS OF INDIANS AND TRIBES -- The Basic ACLU guide to Indian and Tribal
Rights. By Stephen L. Pevar. Informative guide thoroughly discusses the powers
of Indian Tribes with regard to civil rights, treaties, tribal jurisdiction and
more. Appendix. Pages 329. Paper: $15.00.
- SACAJAWEA. By Anna Lee Waldo. An historical novel of "The Bird Woman." 1408
pages. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $8.99.
- SACAJAWEA. By Harold P. Howard. Most reliable account of the famous Sacajawea
of the Lewis and Clark Expedition. 204 pages. . . . . . . . . . . .$17.95.
- SACRED GROUND. By Ron Zeilinger, M. Div. A sensitive collation of Lakota
culture and spirituality with that of the Holy Bible. 152 pages. . . . . . .
- SACRED LAKOTA FOODS. By Marla Powers. A work on the historical preparation of
Sacred Lakota foods for ceremonial purposes. . . . . . . . . . . $12.00.
- SIOUX INDIAN RELIGION. Edited by Raymond J. DeMallie and Douglas R. Parks.
Essays by tribal religious leaders, scholars, and other members of the Sioux
communities in North and South Dakota. 236 pages. . . . . . . . . $19.95.
- THE SIOUX--Life and Customs of a Warrior Society. By Royal B. Hassrick. The
best work on Sioux life, customs and culture. 359 pages. . . . . . . . $24.95.
- SIOUX WINTER COUNT -- A 131-Year Calendar of Events. Roberta Carkeet Cheney,
edited. Taken from the 100 Year Big Missouri Winter Count of the Lakota/Dakota
Nation. Illustrated. 62 pages. Paper: $8.95.
- THE SIXTH GRANDFATHER--Black Elk's Teachings Given to John G. Neihardt.
Edited by Raymond J. DeMallie. 462 pages. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$16.95.
- SISTER TO THE SIOUX--Memoirs, 1885-91. By Elaine Goodale Eastman and edited
by Kay Graber. Acculturation teachings by the author during the time of the
Ghost Dance, visits with Sitting Bull and Wounded Knee. 183 pages. . . ..$10.95.
- SITTING BULL: Champion of the Sioux. A Biography. By Stanley Vestal. The most
complete work in print on Sitting Bull. 392 pages. . . . . . . . .$22.95.
- SPEAKING OF INDIANS. By Ella Deloria. An important source of information on
Dakota culture by one of the most distinquised Dakota scholars of our time, Ella
Deloria. The painful acculturation process is evident in this work. Pages...163.
- SPIRIT & REASON -- The Vine Deloria, Jr., Reader. By Vine Deloria. One of the
major Lakota writers on various subjects of education, culture and direction of
the Indian nation. Pages...374. Paper: *$18.95.
- SONGS AND DANCES OF THE LAKOTA. By Ben Black Bear, Sr., and R.D. Theisz. 133
pages with 4 instructional tapes. Involves 46 dances and the author's
interpretation of the oral and written traditions. . . . . . . . . . . . .
- THE SOUL OF THE INDIAN--An Interpretation. By Charles Eastman. A focus on the
religious life of the Sioux before the white man. 170 pages. . . . . . . .$8.95.
- STANDING IN THE LIGHT--A Lakota Way of Seeing. By Severt Young Bear and R. D.
Theisz. Featuring Severt Young Bear's life on the Oglala Reservation with the
Lakota music, dancing and powwow spiritual reawakening of the 1960's with the
Porcupine singers. illustrated, plates. 187 pages. paper ....$13.00.
- STORIES OF THE SIOUX. By Luther Standing Bear. Twenty stories from the Lakota
author's boyhood and cultural experiences. 80 pages . . . . . $8.95.
- SUNDANCE--The Robert Sundance Story. By Robert Sundance with Marc Gaede.
Alcohol killed most of the author's, a Lakota Native American, drinking friends
and counterparts. After spending nearly twenty-five years on skid rows across
the American west--his eventual "Sundance Court Case" led to radical reform of
the processes of arrest and conviction of public inebriates, and it helped
create the process of alcoholic rehabilitation. 300 pages. Paper . . . $12.95.
- TEACHING AMERICAN INDIAN STUDENTS. Edited by Jon Reyhner. A most
comprehensive resource book for educators of American Indians. 322 pages. . . .
- TEACHING THE NATIVE AMERICAN. By Hap Gilliland with Jon Reyhner. A
comprehensive look at the individual and cultural teaching approach in Native
American education of the basic academic and performing arts disciplines. The
best of its kind. 186 pages. . . . . . . . . . . . $23.95.
- THESE WERE THE SIOUX. By Mari Sandoz. Lore and logic of the Sioux Indian
life. 167 pages. . . . . . . . . . .$8.95.
- THEY LED A NATION. By Virginia Driving Hawk Sneve. Biographical and pictorial
essays of 20 Dakota/Lakota leaders. Sioux Chiefs. 46 pages. . . . $6.95.
- THOSE REMARKABLE PEOPLE--The Lakota/Dakota. By M.O. Skarsten, Illustrated by
Alex Adamson. A brief history of the Dakota/Lakota people up through Crazy
Horse, Sitting Bull and Wounded Knee to the Contemporary scene on the Pine Ridge
Reservation. 141 pages. . $8.00.
- THROUGH DAKOTA EYES: Narrative Accounts of the Minnesota Indian War of 1862.
Edited by Gary Clayton Anderson and Alan R. Woolworth. The Dakota Indians'
experiences during the 1862 conflict from 36 narrative interviews. pages .
- TO BE AN INDIAN--An Oral History. Edited by Joseph H. Cash and Herbert T.
Hoover. a compliation of interviews with the Plains Indians but primarily the
Lakota/Dakota Indians of South Dakota in the 1960's. Excellent material on past
and contempory life on the reservation. 234 pages. Paper: . . . $16.95.
- TO HAVE THIS LAND: The Nature of Indian/White Relations--South Dakota
1888-1891. By Philip S. Hall. Excellent research and story of the people and
events leading to the Wounded Knee conflict. 166 pages. . . . . . . . .$8.95.
- TO KILL AN EAGLE--Indian Views on the Last Days of Crazy Horse. By Edward
Kadlec& Mabell Kadlecek. A Wounded Knee item. This works deals with Crazy Horse
and his people through oral and written interviews. 165 pages. . . $10.95.
- TRAVELER’S GUIDE TO THE GREAT SIOUX WAR -- The Battlefields, Forts, and
Related Sites of American’s Greatest Indian War. By Paul L. Hedren. Photos,
illustrated, maps. Pages...126. Paper: $10.95.
- UNDAUNTED COURAGE: MERIWETHER LEWIS, THOMAS JEFFERSON & THE OPENING OF THE
AMERICAN WEST. By Stephen Ambrose. On the national best seller list for many
weeks. Illustrated, photos, maps. Pages...512. Price: (cloth)--$25.00.
- USES OF PLANTS BY THE INDIANS OF THE MISSOURI RIVER REGION. By Melvin R.
Gilmore. 149 pages. . . . . . . . . . . $11.00.
- WAHEENEE--An Indian Girl's Story. By Gilbert L. Wilson. 189 pages. . . .
- WALKING IN A SACRED MANNER. By Mark St. Pierre and Tina Long Soldier. The
only complete source on the Lakota/Dakota Medicine Women. Paper: . . . $14.00
- WATERLILY. By Ella Cara Deloria. The life of a female Dakota (Sioux) in the
mid-nineteenth century before whites settled the plains. 244 pages. (paper)
- WE ARE A PEOPLE IN THIS WORLD -- The Lakota Sioux and the Massacre at Wounded
Knee. By Conger Beasley Jr. A comparative look at the 1890 Wounded Knee scene
and the present commerative Wounded Knee trek. Illustrated. Pages...165. Cloth:
- WHAT THIS AWL MEANS--Feminit Archaeology at a Wahpeton Dakota Village. By
Janet D. Spector. 155 pages. $15.95.
- WINTER IN THE BLOOD: The Classic Tale of Indian Life Today. By James Welch.
Best of the contemporary Indian fiction by a noted Blackfeet author. 176 pages.
. . . . . . . . .$14.00.
- THE WISDOM OF THE NATIVE AMERICANS -- Including the “Soul of the Indian” and
Other Writings of Ohiyesa and the Great Speeches of chief Red Jacket, Chief
Joseph, and chief Seattle. By Kent Nerburn, edited. Pages...216. Cloth: $17.95.
- WITH MY OWN EYES -- A Lakota Woman Tells Her People’s History. By Susan
Bordeaux Bettelyoun and Josephine Waggoner. Best Lakota history source of an
author that lived the Brule and Oglala experience from the mid 1800’s into the
the turn of the century. Author was a daughter of James Bordeaux, Ft. Laramie
trader and interpreter of the Laramie treaty. Pages...177. Paper: $16.95.
- WOUNDED KNEE II: By Rolland Dewing. An excellent balanced account of the 1973
Wounded Knee confrontation. Detailed sources noted. The first major work
published after the 1973 conflict. 230 pages. Paper: . . . . $11.95.
- WOUNDED KNEE & THE GHOST DANCE TRAGEDY--Memorial Edition--A Chronicle of
Events Leading to and Including the Incident at Wounded Knee, South Dakota on
December 29, 1890. Compiled by Jack Utter. 29 page .$4.95.
- THE WOUNDED KNEE MASSACRE--From the Viewpoint of the Sioux, this book is one
of the first and best written accounts of the 1890 conflict with many of the
survivor's interviews. 131 pages. . . . . $7.95.
- WOVOKA -- And the Ghost Dance. By Don Lynch, edited. In depth look at the
originater and the effects of the Ghost Dance among the Indian tribes. Photos.
Pages...373. Paper: $20.00.