Native Traditions Bibliography

Beck, Peggy, Anna Lee Walters, and Nia Francisco. The Sacred: Ways of Knowledge, Sources of Life (Tsaile, AZ: Navajo Community College Press), 1990.

Bowden, Henry Warner. Native AmericansEach of the many Native American nations has its own distinctive life-ways, although there are some widely-shared characteristics. most Native life-ways are primarily transmitted through oral traditions; they are oriented toward living in relation to a sp... and Christian Missions: Studies in Cultural Conflict (Chicago: University of Chicago Press), 1981.

Bowden, Henry W., and James P. Ronda (eds.). John Eliot’s Indian Dialogues: A Study in Cultural lnteraction (Westport, CT: Greenwood Press), 1980.

Bowman, John S. (ed.). The World Almanac of the American West (New York: Ballantine Books), 1987.

Brown, Dee. Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee: An Indian History of the American West (New York: Holy, Rinehart, and Winston), 1971.

Brown, JosephIn the Christian tradition, Joseph is the earthly father of Jesus and husband of Mary, the mother of Jesus. Epes. The Sacred Pipe: Black Elk’s Account of the Seven Rites of the Oglala Sioux (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press), 1975.

Bryan, William L. Montana’s Indians: Yesterday and Today (Helena: American and World Geographic Publishing), 2003 (1996).

Capps, Walter H. (ed.). Seeing with a Native Eye (New York: Harper and Row), 1976.

Clark, Ella E. Indian Legends of the Pacific Northwest (Berkeley: University of California Press), 2003 (1953).

Deloria, Vine, Jr. Behind the Trail of Broken Treaties (New York: Delacorte Press), 1984.

Deloria, Vine, Jr. Custer Died for Your Sins (New York: Avon Books), 1970.

Deloria, Vine, Jr. GodGod is a term used to refer to the Divine, the Supreme being, Transcendent deity, or Ultimate reality. is Red (New York: Dell Publishing), 1970.

Deloria, Vine, Jr. and Clifford M. Lytle. The Nations Within: The Past and Future of American IndianEach of the many Native American nations has its own distinctive life-ways, although there are some widely-shared characteristics. most Native life-ways are primarily transmitted through oral traditions; they are oriented toward living in relation to a sp... Sovereignty (Austin: University of Texas Press), 1998 (1984, Pantheon).

Dooling, D.M. and Paul Jordan-Smith. I Become Part of It: Sacred Dimensions in Native AmericanEach of the many Native American nations has its own distinctive life-ways, although there are some widely-shared characteristics. most Native life-ways are primarily transmitted through oral traditions; they are oriented toward living in relation to a sp... Life (New York: Parabola Books), 2002 (1989).

Eagle/Walking Turtle. Indian America, A Traveler’s Companion, Third Edition (Santa Fe: John Muir Publications), 1993.

Giago, Tim, ed. The American Indian and the Media (Minneapolis: Lerner Publications), 1991.

Gorsling, Jerry (ed.). Shadows of Our Ancestors: Readings in the History of Klallam-White Relations (Port Townsend, WA: Empty Bowl), 1992.

Hungry Wolf, Beverly. The Ways of My Grandmothers (New York: William Morrow), 1998 (1981).

Hultekranz, Åke. The Religions of the American Indians (Berkeley: University of California Press), 1980 (1977).

Josephy, Alvin M. The Indian Heritage of America, Revised Edition (New York: Alfred A. Knopf), 1991 (1968).

“Kennewick Man.” National Park Service. www.nps.gov. Archeology Program. www.nps.gov/archeology/kennewick/.

Linderman, Frank B. Plenty-coups, Chief of the Crows (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press), 1962.

Neihardt, John G., Black Elk Speaks: Being the Life Story of a Holy Man of the Oglala Sioux (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press), 1961.

Noley, Homer. First White Frost: Native Americans and the United MethodistThe Methodist church is a Protestant communion of churches which began in England with John Wesley (1703-91) and has become a worldwide movement. In the U.S., the United Methodist Church—one of the largest Protestant denominations—is known for its str... ChurchThe term church has come to wide use to refer to the organized and gathered religious community. In the Christian tradition, church refers to the organic, interdependent “body” of Christ’s followers, the community of Christians. Secondarily, church ... (Nashville: Abingdon Press), 1991.

“Ojibwe Words Help Temper Racism.” Tanya Lee. Indian Country Today Media Network. www.indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com. 4 April 2011. www.ndiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/article/ojibwe-words-help-temper-racism-24492.

Oswalt, Wendell H. This Land Was Theirs: A Study of the North American Indian, Ninth Edition (New York: Oxford University Press), 2008 (1966, Wiley and Sons).

Powers, William K. Oglala Religion (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press), 1975.

Prucha, Francis Paul (ed.) Americanizing the American Indians: Writings by the “Friends of the Indian” 1880-1900 (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press), 1978.

Roman Nose, Quinton. “The State of Native Education.” National Indian Education Association Legislative Agenda. www.niea.org. 2012. www.niea.org/Policy/State-of-Native-Education-Address-2012.aspx.

Silko, Leslie Marmon. Ceremony, Anniversary Edition (New York: Penguin), 2006 (1977).

Star Wars in Navajo.” Zach Jones. Scholastic News. www.scholastic.com. 15 May 2013. www.scholastic.com/browse/article.jsp?id=3758133.

Sullivan, Lawrence E. (ed.). Native American Religions: North America (New York: Macmillan), 1989.

“Traditional Berry Camp Jammed with Fun.” White Earth News, Vol. 11, No. 10. 19 July 2006. www.whiteearth.com/data/upfiles/files/July192006.pdf.

Vaughan, Alden T. New England Frontier: PuritansThe Puritans were Christians who, in the sixteenth century, called for the purification of the Church of England from what they considered the vestiges of Roman Catholic hierarchy and practice. Like other Reformers, they stressed the authority of the Bibl... and Indians, 1620-1675, Revised Edition. (New York and London: W. W. Norton), 1979.

Vecsey, Christopher. Imagine Ourselves Richly: MythicMyths are stories human beings tell about the nature of reality: how the order of things we know came to be and by what deep truths the this order operates. Myths may concern the events of creation, the divine dramas of God or the gods, or the discoveries... Narratives of North American Indians (New York: HarperCollins Publishers), 1991.

Vecsey, Christopher (ed.). Handbook of American Indian Religious Freedom (New York: Crossroads Publishing), 1991.

Waters, Frank. Book of the Hopi (New York: Penguin Books), 1977.

Yellowtail, Thomas. Yellowtail: Crow Medicine Man and Sun DanceThe Sun Dance is a ceremony of purification and renewal widely practiced among Native American Plains tribes. Although the various rites often described by the term differ from one another in many significant ways, they all include a rigorous marathon of ... Chief, An Autobiography, as told to Michael Oren Fitzgerald (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press), 1994.