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COLORADO RIVER INDIAN TRIBES - MOHAVE, CHEMEHUEVI, HOPI AND NAVAJO
Dreamers of the Colorado: The Mojave Indians Part I - Their Land and Religion Paperback
A fascinating collection of true accounts dealing with the history, culture, art and religion of the Mojave Indians. While reading about them, you will experience the actual life of the people. Many elders have passed away. Hear their words in this book and go on a
journey with them in the land of the Mojave Indians.
A Chemehuevi Song: The Resilience of a Southern Paiute Tribe (Indigenous Confluences) Paperback
The Chemehuevi of the Twenty-Nine Palms tribe of Southern California stands as a testament to the power of perseverance. This small, nomadic band of Southern Paiute Indians has been repeatedly marginalized by European settlers, other Native groups, and, until now, historical narratives that have all too often overlooked them.
The Hopi People (Images of America) Paperback
The diverse people of the Hopi, whose name means "the peaceful ones," are today united on the Hopi Reservation, which is composed of 12 villages on more than 2,500 square miles in northeastern Arizona. In fact, the village of Orayvi is considered the oldest continuously inhabited settlement in the United States, dating back more than a millennium.
The Navajo (True Book: American Indians) (A True Book: American Indians) Paperback
A True Book: American Indian series allows readers to experience what makes each American Indian people distinctive and exceptional. Readers will get to know each tribes culture, influence and history. This series includes an age appropriate (grades 3-5) introduction to curriculum-relevant subjects and a robust resource section that encourages independent study.