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Native American Books by Native American Authors

A Cherokee Feast of Days: Many Moons

Artist - Author: 
Joyce Sequichie

Cherokee writer Joyce Sequichie Hifler is back with what she does best - daily inspirations drawn from the philosophy and teachings of the Cherokee and other tribes, along with her own brand of heartfelt inspirational writing.

A Cherokee Feast of Days ll

Artist - Author: 
Joyce Sequichie

Joyce Sequichie Hifler offers this beloved collection of daily meditation books drawn from her own rich Cherokee heritage and that of other tribes. She presents readings for each day of the year and provides insights in both English and Cherokee, and gems of wisdom recorded in the words of native speakers. This little treasure is for readers of all faiths, and for those seeking faith.

A Cherokee Feast of Days

Artist - Author: 
Joyce Sequichie

Joyce Sequichie Hifler offers this beloved collection of daily meditation books drawn from her own rich Cherokee heritage and that of other tribes. She presents readings for each day of the year and provides insights in both English and Cherokee, and gems of wisdom recorded in the words of native speakers. This little treasure is for readers of all faiths, and for those seeking faith.

Stickman: John Trudell - Book

Artist - Author: 
Paola Igliori

This is a book about John Trudell written by Paola Igliori. Many years ago, I heard John Trudell speak for the first time...I was ten. I was intrigued by the way the words flowed out, ordinary words forged in fire and flame, in sycronicity with the passion of the cause.

Songs called poems (Living in reality) Book

Artist - Author: 
John Trudell

This is out of print. Living in Reality can be purchased used.

Spirit Car

Artist - Author: 
Diane Wilson

Spirit Car is a moving account of Diane Wilson's journey to find her Dakota heritage. It captures the experiences of her many mixed blood Native American ancestors from the Lower Sioux Reservation on the Minnesota River, beginning before, during and after the Dakota War of 1962.

Beloved Child

Artist - Author: 
Diane Wilson

“Far greater even than the loss of land, or the relentless coercion to surrender cultural traditions, the deaths of over six hundred children by the spring of 1864 were an unbearable tragedy. Nearly one hundred and fifty years after the U.S.–Dakota War of 1862, Dakota people are still struggling with the effects of this unimaginable loss.”