Bear Heart, with Molly Larkin
THE WIND IS MY MOTHER
The Life and Teachings
of a Native American Shaman
One of the few remaining Native American
medicine men demonstrates how traditional
tribal wisdom can help one maintain spiritual
and physical health in today’s world.
Berkley • 272 pp. • 978-0-425-16160-9 • $14.00
OUR LAND BEFORE WE DIE: The Proud
Story of the Seminole Negro Indians
Tarcher • 384 pp. • 978-1-58542-390-3 • $16.95
Winner of the Texas Book Award
IN THE SPIRIT OF CRAZY HORSE
Afterword by Martin Garbus
“A giant of a book. Indescribably touching,
extraordinarily intelligent.”—Los Angeles
Times. Matthiessen’s chronicle of a fatal gun
battle between FBI agents and American
Indian Movement activists in 1975.
Penguin • 688 pp. • 978-0-14-014456-7 • $17.95
Walter C. Fleming
THE COMPLETE IDIOT’S
GUIDE TO NATIVE AMERICAN HISTORY
Alpha • 366 pp. • 978-00-28644-69-1 • $18.95
NOWHERE ELSE ON EARTH
“Students of history will be captivated by the
Native American residents of Scuffletown,
North Carolina, as they struggle to contend
with the economic deprivation and ethnic
prejudice unleashed during the Civil War and
Reconstruction.”—William C. Hine, South
Carolina State University.
Penguin • 368 pp. • 978-0-14-100206-4 • $16.00
Winner of the Southern Book Critics Circle Award
Helen Hunt Jackson
Introduction by Michael Dorris
Afterword by Valerie Sherer Mathes
Jackson’s 1884 fictionalized account of the
Native American struggle.
Signet Classics • 400 pp. • 978-0-451-52842-1 • $5.95
“This novel, set in the wilds of North America
in the early 17th century...has an almost mythic purity....One of Moore’s accomplishments
is his original rendering of the Indians.”—The
New York Times Book Review.
Plume • 256 pp. • 978-0-452-27865-3 • $15.00
f SHADOWS AT DAWN: A Borderlands
Massacre and the Violence of History
See American History, page 12
WHERE THE LIGHTNING STRIKES
The Lives of American Indian Sacred Places
Explores the rich diversity of Native American
cultures and religious systems through sixteen “biographies of place.”
Penguin • 368 pp. • 978-0-14-303881-8 • $16.00
f LIFE OF BLACK HAWK,
Dictated by Himself
Edited with an Introduction
and Notes by J. Gerald Kennedy
A defiant work of Native American literature,
originally published in 1833.
Penguin Classics • 176 pp. • 978-0-14-310539-8 • $14.00
Alvin M. Josephy, Jr.
THE PATRIOT CHIEFS
A Chronicle of American Indian Resistance
Penguin • 384 pp. • 978-0-14-023463-3 • $16.00
THREE DAY ROAD
See American Indian, page 24
Joseph M. Marshall III
THE DAY THE WORLD ENDED AT
LITTLE BIGHORN: A Lakota History
The award-winning Lakota historian reveals
the nuanced complexities that led up to
and followed the 1876 battle—including an
account of the battle previously available only
within the Lakota oral tradition.
Penguin • 288 pp. • 978-0-14-311369-0 • $15.00
f MARCH TOWARD THE THUNDER
A Civil War story, based on the experiences of
Bruchac’s great grandfather, about a young
Abenaki Indian boy from Canada who is
recruited to fight in the northern Irish Brigade
in the war between the states.
Dial • 304 pp. • 978-0-8037-3188-2 • $16.99
Peter Nabokov, editor
NATIVE AMERICAN TESTIMONY
A Chronicle of Indian and White Relations
from Prophecy to the Present, 1492–1992
Foreword by Vine Deloria, Jr.
This oral history of Native American and
white relations as seen through Indian eyes
is updated with new material on Native
Americans facing the twenty-first century.
“A strong and moving reminder of a lost
dimension in American history.”—Arthur
Schlesinger, Jr. B/w illustrations.
Penguin • 528 pp. • 978-0-14-028159-0 • $18.00
THE JOURNEY OF CRAZY HORSE
A Lakota History
“Marshall’s gloriously poetic and sweeping
chronicle ushers in a new genre of American
history—indigenous, oral, formerly sup-pressed....A seamless blend of oral history
and documentary research.”—Peter Nabokov.
Penguin • 336 pp. • 978-0-14-303621-0 • $15.00
CODE TALKER: A Novel About
the Navajo Marines of World War Two
Puffin Children’s • 240 pp. • 978-0-14-240596-3 • $7.99
THE LAKOTA WAY
Stories and Lessons for Living: Native
American Wisdom on Ethics and Character
Penguin • 256 pp. • 978-0-14-219609-0 • $15.00
Finalist PEN West Award for Creative Nonfiction
Leslie Marmon Silko
A shell-shocked Native American struggles to
reenter his tribal world after returning from
World War II in this “extraordinary novel” (N.
Scott Momaday). “Leslie Marmon Silko is the
most accomplished Native American writer
of her generation.”—The New York Times.
Penguin • 272 pp. • 978-0-14-008683-6 • $14.00
NORTH AMERICAN INDIANS
Edited with an Introduction by Peter Matthiessen
This one-volume collection of Catlin’s letters
from the 1830s, vividly illustrated by fifty of
his drawings, captures his experiences with
the American Indians of the Plains.
Penguin Classics • 560 pp. • 978-0-14-243750-6 • $17.00
A Penguin Lives Biography
“While the known facts of the life of Crazy
Horse are few, they are not zero, and
McMurtry lays them out in a crisp fashion
that includes many sharp observations of the
Western scene.”—The New York Review of Books.
Penguin • 160 pp. • 978-0-14-303480-3 • $14.00
Penguin Classics Deluxe Edition
New Introduction by Larry McMurtry
New Preface by the Author
Penguin Classics • 288 pp. • 978-0-14-310491-9 • $16.00
Almanac of the Dead 978-0-14-017319-2
GERONIMO: His Own Story
As told to S. M. Barrett
Revised and edited with an Introduction
and Notes by Frederick Turner
Plume • 208 pp. • 978-0-452-01155-7 • $15.00
David Humphreys Miller
The Indian Side of the Story
A minute-by-minute account of the Battle of
Little Bighorn, told through the stories of 72
surviving Native American participants.
Plume • 288 pp. • 978-0-452-01095-6 • $15.00
Introduction by Louise Erdrich
This autobiography chronicles the life of John
Tanner, captured in 1789 at the age of nine
by the Shawnees and then sold to an Ojibwa
family with whom he spent the first half of
his adult life.
Penguin Classics • 304 pp. • 978-0-14-243751-3 • $15.00
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