Indigenous Responses to the Dominant Society

Indigenous declarations, statements, and manifestos
Imagining Indians by Victor Masayesva Jr. Or to Victor's own site
Made in response to the effects on his home village to the filming of a Hollywood movie there.
"I have come to believe that the sacred aspects of our existence which encourages the continuity and vitality of Native peoples are being manipulated by an aesthetic in which money is the most important qualification. This contradicts the values intrinsic to what's sacred and may destroy our substance."
A Presentation to the Western Conference of Museums on
How should museums present indigenous cultures and respond to indigenous peoples? by Hayden F. Burgess
Teaching About Thanksgiving prepared by Cathy Ross, Mary Robertson, Chuck Larsen,
and Roger Fernandes, Indian Education, Highline School District, WA
Exile on Main Street, a cyberbook by Paul Chaat Smith
The art of Hulleah Tsinhnahjinnie.
The art of Gerald Clarke
The End of Innocence No.2 1992 by George Longfish (Seneca/Tuscarora)
and Inés Hernandez-Avila(Nez Perce) From NATIVE VOICES GO PUBLIC a poster project of the Market St. Art in Transit Program
Colonialism as Seen from a Former Colonized Area, (Greenland) by Robert Petersen
A presentation was initially given at a plenary session of the 8th Inuit Studies Conference at Laval University, October 25, 1992.
Living in Both Worlds: Inupiaq Women and Urban Life by Nancy Fogel-Chance

Books by Native Authors

Storytellers: Native American Authors Online
The books of Sherman Alexie
The books of Vine Deloria
The books of Simon Ortiz
The books of Gerald Vizenor
The books of Jack Forbes
The books of Elizabeth Cook-Lynn
The Politics of Hallowed Ground: Wounded Knee and the Struggle for Indian Sovereignty,
Mario Gonzalez & Elizabeth Cook-Lynn, Univ. Ill. Pr.
On Behalf of the Wolf and the First Peoples by Joseph Marshall III, Red Crane Books.
Columbus and Other Cannibals by Jack D. Forbes
Natives and Academics : Researching and Writing About American Indians,
Devon A. Mihesuah (Editor), Univ. Nebraska Pr.
American Indians: Stereotypes & Realities, Devon A. Mihesuah, Clarity Pr.
Dwellings, Linda Hogan, W. W. Norton and Company
Yellow Woman and A Beauty of the Spirit, Leslie Marmon Silko, Simon & Schuster
Off the Reservation : Reflections on Boundary-Busting, Border-Crossing Loose Canons,
Paula Gunn Allen, Beacon Pr.
Speaking for the Generations : Native Writers on Writing, Simon Ortiz (Editor), Univ. Arizona Pr.
If You Poison Us: Uranium and Native Americans, Peter H. Eichstaedt, Red Crane Books.
The Taos Indians and the Battle for Blue Lake, R. C. Gordon-McCutchan, Red Crane Books.
Lone Wolf v. Hitchcock: Treaty Rights and Indian Law at the End of the Nineteenth Century,
Blue Clark, Univ. Nebraska Pr.
Winners of the North American Indian Prose Award, University of Nebraska Press.
The American Indian Literature and Criticism Series, University of Oklahoma Press.
The American Indian Lives Series, University of Nebraska Press.
Sun Tracks: An American Indian Literary Series, University of Arizona Press.
The entire archive of recommended books on the Native American Resources website.

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