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      Picture of Indian Nations of Wisconsin: Histories of Endurance and Renewal (Revised 2nd Edition)

      Indian Nations of Wisconsin: Histories of Endurance and Renewal (Revised 2nd Edition)

      9780870205033
      From origin stories to contemporary struggles over treaty rights and sovereignty issues, this best-seller is indispensable to anyone interested in the region’s history and its Native peoples. Lavishly illustrated.
      $26.95
      Seventh Generation Earth Ethics: Native Voices of Wisconsin

      Seventh Generation Earth Ethics: Native Voices of Wisconsin

      9780870206740
      Hardcover: $22.95
      240 pages, 23 b&w photos
      ISBN: 9780870206740

      Published by Wisconsin Historical Society Press

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      $22.95
      Picture of Native People of Wisconsin: Revised and Expanded Edition

      Native People of Wisconsin: Revised and Expanded Edition

      9780870207488
      An essential title for the upper elementary classroom, Native People of Wisconsin fills the need for accurate and authentic teaching materials about Wisconsin’s Indian Nations.
      $18.95
      Good Seeds book cover featuring image of point of view in a canoe

      Good Seeds: A Menominee Indian Food Memoir

      9780870207716
      Hardcover: $19.95
      96 pages, 5 1/2 x 8 1/2
      ISBN:9780870207716

      Published by Wisconsin Historical Society Press

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      $19.95
      How to Be an Indian in the 21st Century

      How to Be an Indian in the 21st Century

      9780870208157
      Warm, plainspoken, and wryly funny, Clark shares his own American Indian story, talking frankly about a culture’s struggle to maintain its heritage.

      Published by Wisconsin Historical Society Press
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      $15.95
      Picture of The Story of Act 31: How Native History Came to Wisconsin Classrooms

      The Story of Act 31: How Native History Came to Wisconsin Classrooms

      9780870208324
      Paperback: $28.95
      360 pages, 6 x 9
      ISBN: 978-0-87020-832-4

      Published by Wisconsin Historical Society Press

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      $28.95
      The Powwow Coloring and Activity Book cover with yellow and illustrated people

      The Powwow Coloring and Activity Book

      9780870208935
      The Ojibwe Traditions Coloring and Activity book series offers children and their families the opportunity to learn about Ojibwe Indian lifeways and teachings in an engaging and accessible manner.
      $5.99
      The Storytelling Coloring Book cover featuring  illustrated tree in front of light green background

      The Storytelling Coloring Book

      9780870208942
      The Ojibwe Traditions Coloring and Activity book series offers children and their families the opportunity to learn about Ojibwe Indian lifeways and teachings in an engaging and accessible manner.
      $5.99
      The Sugarbush Coloring Book cover featuring illustrated tree in front of light yellow background

      The Sugarbush Coloring Book

      9780870208959
      The Ojibwe Traditions Coloring and Activity book series offers children and their families the opportunity to learn about Ojibwe Indian lifeways and teachings in an engaging and accessible manner.
      $5.99
      Wild Ricing Coloring Book cover featuring illustration of rowing boat

      Wild Ricing Coloring Book

      9780870208966
      The Ojibwe Traditions Coloring and Activity book series offers children and their families the opportunity to learn about Ojibwe Indian lifeways and teachings in an engaging and accessible manner.
      $5.99
      Rebel Poet

      Rebel Poet: More Stories from a 21st Century Indian

      9780870209291
      This blend of poetry and prose delves deeply into the themes of family, community, grief, and the struggle to make a place in the world when your very identity is considered suspect.
      $15.95
      The Dancers book cover featuring drawing graphic of young girl dressed in yellow and red

      The Dancers

      90000480
      A heartwarming children's story about a young Native girl and her family.
      $10.99
      Forever Sky book cover with illustration of orange starry sky and man and young child standing

      The Forever Sky

      10000427
      Wonderful children's story about the strength in passing down stories about life and death through generations. Beautifully illustrated!
      $16.95
      Rez Dog book cover featuring illustration of dog in front of road with traffic

      Rez Dog

      10000425
      A heartwarming children's story about a rescue dog and his journey to finding a new home!
      $10.00
      Rabbit and Otter book cover featuring illustration of rabbit and otter in field

      Rabbit and Otter | Waabooz miinawaa Nigig

      10000431
      A delightful story about a rabbit and otter who go harvesting wild rice. Written in English and Ojibwemowin.
      $10.00
      The Boy From Pickerel Lake: A Dakota Story book cover with black and white drawing image

      The Boy From Pickerel Lake | A Dakota Story

      9781732770645
      An inspiring tale about a young Dakota basketball player whose determination and courage lead him through adversities. Set in 1930's South Dakota.
      $11.95
      Cover of children's book: Takoza: Walks with the Blue Moon Girl. A grandmother with basket of flowers stands with granddaughter.

      Takoza: Walks with the Blue Moon Girl

      90000481
      In this illustrated children’s story, the grandmother teaches her takoza (granddaughter) through stories while making star quilts and gardening.
      $11.95
      Book cover of "Little Hawk and Lone Wolf" with an illustration of a forest scene with a river running through it. A boy and wolf are on the left bank of the river.

      Little Hawk and the Lone Wolf: A Memoir

      9781976600029
      Little Hawk shares his life journey—a story that is wise and irreverent, often funny, and deeply moving. Paperback edition.
      $20.00
      Book cover of "Understanding and Teaching Native American History." A person sitting on a horse faces a row of law enforcement officers.

      Understanding and Teaching Native American History

      1000000301
      Nearly a decade in the making, this is a groundbreaking source for both beginning and veteran instructors. Hard Cover. First Edition.
      $39.95
      Cover of "Rabbit and Otter Go Sugarbushing" with illustration of a white rabbit and brown otter sitting together on the bank of a stream. Grassy meadow in the background and blue sky above.

      Rabbit and Otter Go Sugarbushing | Gii-iskigamizigewaad Waabooz miinawaa Nigig

      90000593
      Follow Rabbit and Otter as they go out to harvest maple sap and meet a new friend, Squirrel. Beautifully illustrated. In English and Ojibwemowin.
      $10.00
      Book cover of "The Little People and the Water of Life" showing a an illustration of a Native girl standing with a turtle and bird at her side and a "little person" on her shoulder. A maple tree is in the background, with a little person peeking around from behind the trunk.

      The Little People and the Water of Life

      9781736949375
      A beautifully told and illustrated story of when the little people gave the Anishinabe people the gift of maple syrup.
      $10.00
      Book cover of "We Will Find Our Way" showing an illustration of a girl reaching up to a star. Background "sky" has wavy stripes and the teal foreground looks like water.

      We Will Find Our Way

      9798986298122
      A story about a Lakota grandmother and her two grandchildren. Skateboards play a role in the author's life and appear through the story's illustrations.
      $11.95
      	A History in Indigenous Voices book cover featuring title and author's name in bold red text in front of a tan background with faint scripture.

      A History in Indigenous Voices: Menominee, Ho-Chunk, Oneida, Stockbridge, and Brothertown Interactions in the Removal Era

      9781976600098
      The nation-to-nation treaties and other documents discussed here testify to the complexity and sovereignty of Indigenous governance then and now. This volume is a vital resource for historians and an accessible introduction to Indigenous treatymaking in Wisconsin.
      $49.95
      Book cover of "Survival Food" by Thomas Pecore Weso with illustration of a black bear and book title in bold white font.

      Survival Food: North Woods Stories by a Menominee Cook

      9781976600210
      An intimate and engaging Native food memoir. These stories from the author’s teen and tween years—some serious, some laugh-out-loud funny—will take readers from Catholic schoolyards to Native foot trails to bowling alleys. An intimate and engaging Native food memoir.
      $24.95
      Book cover of "Wolf's Trail" novel by Thomas Peacock with illustration of a nighttime lakeshore scene with swirling, starry sky and wolf howling.

      The Wolf's Trail: An Ojibwe Story, Told by Wolves

      90000484
      Stories of the Ojibwe people told from the perspective of an elderly wolf. A profound blend of histlry, spirituality, and a dash of wolf wisdom and humor.
      $16.95
      Book cover of "Beginnings" by Thomas D. Peacock with color illustration of a landscape with lake, trees, and sky. Title in bold white font.

      Beginnings: The Homeward Journey of Donovan Manypenny

      90000483
      Heartfelt and bittersweet and layered with meaning, this book will resonate with anyone who longs to make the journey home, wherever that may be.
      $15.95
      Book cover of "Firefly" by Betsy Albert-Peacock with color illustration of two small school dormatories under a night sky.

      Firefly: A Boarding School Story

      90000594
      A hauntingly beautiful story about a little girl, Firefly, who is taken away from her grandmother and put in mission school. A must read Native boarding school story.
      $11.95
      Book cover of "Following My Spirit Home" by Sam Zimmerman with artistic rendering of two birds at sunset on the left and the title on the right.

      Following My Spirit Home: A Collection of Paintings and Stories

      9781681342771
      Artist Sam Zimmerman / Zhaawanoogiizhik explores nature, family, and Ojibwe culture through his painting, personal stories and stories handed down through generations.
      $29.95
      Book cover of "Hummingbird and the Little People" with a color illustration of a girl sleeping at the base of  a tree in the woods. Two little people watch her.

      Hummingbird and the Little People (and a VERY big person too)

      9798985152784
      A young girl, Hummingbird (Nenookass) chases a squirrel and becomes lost in the woods. Thankfully, she finds the helpful little people (memegwesiwag) who help her get back home with the assistance of the giant, Sabe. Beautifully illustrated.
      $11.95
      Book cover of "Little Dandelion" with illustration of a personified yellow dandelion with bumblebee. Title in bold, brown font.

      Little Dandelion

      9781736949337
      In this charming and fully illustrated Ojibwe story, a young dandelion learns about the stages of life with the support of his parents and grandmother.
      $12.95
      Book cover of "Little People of the Dawn" with illustration of a small penninsula or promontory in a lake or stream with green hills on the horizon. Orange sky.

      Little People of the Dawn

      9798986298184
      A beautiful Passamaqoddy story about a young girl who comes upon the little people. A lesson in the need to preserve our languages and culture.
      $11.95
      Book cover of Book cover of "To Be Free" by Thomas Peacock. Illustration of 4 children stretching upward, touching or almost touching a cluster of birds above their heads.

      To Be Free: Understanding and Eliminating Racism

      9798985893335
      Readers of "To Be Free" are invited to learn about the history and many expressions of racism, to explore ways of combating it, and to dare imagining a society free of it. For middle school age through adult readers. Updated second edition.
      $25.00
      Book cover of Gaa-Izhi-Miinigoowizid-A'aw Anishinaabe with image of two baby booties on white background.

      Gaa-izhi-miinigoowizid a’aw Anishinaabe

      9781681342672
      "What We Were Given as Anishinaabe" A respected Ojibwe elder records the many traditions and ceremonies, from birth customs and dream catchers to fasting and first-kill feasts, practiced by Ojibwe children and their parents.
      $19.95
      Book cover of "In the Beginning the Sun" with color photo of man riding a galloping horse in grassy field. Trees in background.

      In the Beginning, the Sun: The Dakota Legend of Creation

      9781681342337
      Native American author Charles Eastman (Ohiyesa) recounts the stories of the Dakota creation cycle as they were told a century and a half ago.
      $17.95
      Book cover of "Walking Softly" by Thomas Peacock. Color photo of trail through wooded fall foliage and title on lower third.

      Walking Softly: A Novel

      9780989047890
      What goes into the making of a tribal elder? We find some answers in the story of Edward James Bainbridge. Written like a memoir in first person, his story provides rich lessons in resilience, hope, faith, and remaining, always, Ojibwe.
      $16.95