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A Stó:lo Coast Salish Historical Atlas
Format: Hardcover
, 2006
  • This superbly researched, groundbreaking historical atlas presents a history of the civilization and territory of the Stó:l?, a First Nations people. Through words, archival photographs, and 86 full-color maps, the book details the mythic beginnings of the Stó:l? people and how white settlement turned their homeland into the bustling metropolis of Vancouver. An important document packed with fascinating information, the atlas also makes a significant contribution to cross-cultural understanding.


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A Tahltan Cookbook Vol. 3: Campfire Cooking
Author: Louise Framst
Format: Hardcover
, 1997
  • Tahltans and other First Nations people are proof of the statement, "You can cook anywhere." Here, BC's Tahltan band shares their collective knowledge about preparing meals over the campfire and their secrets for surviving in the wilderness. Includes information about common plants used as food and/or medicine. See also

    Tahltan Cookbooks Volume 1 and 2.


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Edible and Medicinal Plants of the Rocky Mountains and Neighboring Territories
Author: Terry Willard
Format: Paperback
, 1992
  • With information on more than 150 major plant species, this field guide has over 200 color photos and line drawings to make identification easier. It includes extensive descriptions of plant uses and preparations with details on how certain plants were used by First Nations people.


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Futile Observations of a Blue-Eyed Ojibway
Format: Paperback
, 2004
  • Futile Observations of a Blue-Eyed Ojibway
    Funny, You Don't Look Like One

    This grand finale to Taylor’s bestselling series of four books covers same-sex marriages, SARS, the best recipe for hangover soup and other anecdotes from his worldly travels.


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Keepers of Life Teacher's Guide
Format: Paperback
, 1995
  • Companion to Keepers of Life. Supplementary text, activity guidelines, and supplemental reading lists.


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Rediscovery: Ancient Pathways, New Directions
Author: Thom Henley
Format: Paperback
, 1996
  • For over 25 years, the Rediscovery program has drawn from the timeless wisdom of native American elders to help teach youth to respect the earth and each other. Schools and youth camps everywhere will be able to use the more than 130 activities when they gather to reacquaint themselves with their place in nature.

    Suggested Grades: 10-12


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The Cree Language Structure: A Cree Approach
Author: Freda Ahenakew
Traditional Territory: Cree
Format: Paperback
, 1969
  • This is an extremely useful tool for anyone who teaches Cree. For the first time, many of the structural complexities of the Cree language are explained in a clear way.


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The Legacy
Format: Paperback
, 2007
  • The Legacy - Tradition and Innovation in Northwest Coast Indian Art

    This classic book is an enduring tribute to the continuing tradition of First Nations art on The Legacypresents the work of 40 artists who have helped strengthen their artistic and cultural traditions. The authors give a detailed cultural analysis of the artist' works and explore the different styles, techniques and materials used to create them.

    The Legacy began as an exhibition that toured throughout Canada and the United Kingdom in the 1970s and early 1980s. The first edition of the book appeared in 1980 – it has been reprinted a dozen times and sold more than 25,000 copies. It remains an indispensable account of Northwest Coast art and artists. This new printing includes updates to First Nations' names and the artists' biographies.


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Weave Little Stars into My Sleep
Author: Neil Philip
Format: Hardcover
, 2001
  • These beautiful and tender lullabies combine Native American themes with universal concerns of parenthood. Collected from the Native American peoples of the Northeast (Ojibwa), the Plains (Arapaho, Kiowa, Pawnee, Crow), the Southwest (Hopi, Acoma, Yuma), the Northwest (Kwakiutl, Haida, Tsimshian), and the Arctic (Inuit), the lullabies are illustrated with the gorgeous photographs of Edward S. Curtis, printed in duotone. Simply expressed yet deeply felt, these brief poems offer an intimate look at Native American family life.


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