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Native American Books by Native American Authors

The Journey of Crazy Horse: A Lakota History

Artist - Author: 
Joseph M. Marshall III

As the peerless warrior who brought the U.S. Army to its knees at the Battle of Little Bighorn, Crazy Horse remains one of the most perennially fascinating figures of the American West. Now Joseph Marshall—a masterful storyteller, historian, and descendant of the same Lakota community that raised Crazy Horse—goes beyond that image in this one-of-a-kind portrait of the legendary leader.

Lines from a Mined Mind - Book

Artist - Author: 
John Trudell

John Trudell's potent imagery and passionate convictions have established his international reputation as a poet and musician. Using his commanding voice, the "people's poet" has also made great strides as a Native American activist, as a leader of the American Indian Movement, and as spokesperson for the All Tribes occupation of Alcatraz Island.

The Man Made of Words: Essays, Stories, Passages

Artist - Author: 
N. Scott Momaday

The winner of the 1969 Pulitzer Prize for fiction for his novel, House Made of Dawn, N. Scott Momaday is renowned as an influential Native American writer.

Owl in the Cedar Tree

Artist - Author: 
N. Scott Momaday

Haske, a Navaho boy, is torn between the past of his people's rich, self-sustaining culture and a present that opens up new possibilities. His parents propel him in one direction, his grandfather in another, his teacher in still another. The boy has a secret wish, but its fulfillment seems beyond reach.

L'enfant des temps oubliés

Artist - Author: 
N. Scott Momaday

Les noms:

Artist - Author: 
N. Scott Momaday

La maison de l'aube

Artist - Author: 
N. Scott Momaday

In The Bear's House

Artist - Author: 
N. Scott Momaday

Since receiving the Pulitzer Prize in 1969 for his first novel, House Made of Dawn, N. Scott Momaday has had one of the most remarkable careers in twentieth-century American letters.

Way to Rainy Mountain

Artist - Author: 
N. Scott Momaday

First published in paperback by UNM Press in 1976, The Way to Rainy Mountain has sold over 200,000 copies. This re-designed edition includes a new Preface.

Four Arrows and Magpie

Artist - Author: 
N. Scott Momaday

Through the eyes of two Kiowa children, young readers will learn the beauty and danger of a world almost forgotten. The mythic legend of how the Kiowa Indians first arrived in Oklahoma will awaken children to the richness of the state's Indian heritage.