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Native American Books by Native American Authors

With Eagle Glance

Artist - Author: 
N. Scott Momaday

The Road to Paradise: Collected Poems

Artist - Author: 
N. Scott Momaday

Le Chemin de la montagne de pluie

Artist - Author: 
N. Scott Momaday

La maison et le chemin sont des realites presque banales de la vie de tous les jours. Le message des ecritures saintes toutefois leur donne un sens particulier. Ce livre propose une promenade originale a travers la symbolique biblique, en eclairant les assises historiques et philologiques de la foi judeo-chretienne.

The Names: A Memoir

Artist - Author: 
N. Scott Momaday

Of all of the works of N. Scott Momaday, "The Names" may be the most personal. A memoir of his boyhood in Oklahoma and the Southwest, it is also described by Momaday as "an act of the imagination.

Sacred Legacy: Edward S Curtis And The North American Indian

Artist - Author: 
N. Scott Momaday

One hundred years ago, Edward Sheriff Curtis began a thirty-year odyssey to photograph and document the lives and traditions of the Native peoples of North America. This monumental project was hailed by The New York Herald as "the most gigantic undertaking since the making of the King James edition of the Bible."

Circle of Wonder: A Native American Christmas Story

Artist - Author: 
N. Scott Momaday

“Circle of Wonder centers upon a world that is so dear to me as to be engraved on my memory forever. I was a boy of twelve when my parents and I moved to Jemez Pueblo, New Mexico in 1946. . . . It was a place of singular beauty and wonder and delight. My first Christmas there was beyond my imagining. . . . The night sky was radiant; the silence was vast and serene.

The Ancient Child

Artist - Author: 
N. Scott Momaday

In his first novel since the Pulitzer Prize-winning House Made of Dawn, N. Scott Momaday shapes the ancient Kiowa myth of a boy who turned into a bear into a timeless American classic.

House Made of Dawn

Artist - Author: 
N. Scott Momaday

House Made of Dawn, which won the Pulitzer Prize in 1969, tells the story of a young American Indian named Abel, home from a foreign war and caught between two worlds: one his father's, wedding him to the rhythm of the seasons and the harsh beauty of the land; the other of industrial America, a goading him into a compulsive cycle of dissipation and disgust.

Think on These Things

Artist - Author: 
Joyce Sequichie

Think on These Things teaches us to change our thinking in order to change our circumstances. Hifler writes about everyday life, helping her readers perceive Spirit and align themselves with their own inner power.

When the Nightbird Sings

Artist - Author: 
Joyce Sequichie

"The Song of the Nightbird," says the author, "is a serenade to life." In When the Night Bird Sings, Hifler pays tribute to the simple blessings of daily life and shares the lessons she learned from those who nurtured her with wisdom and love during her childhood in Cherokee Country.