Summary: "Native young people and elders pray in sweat lodges at the Océti Sakówin camp, the North Dakota landscape outside blanketed in snow. In Oregon, white men and women in army surplus and western gear, some draped in the American flag, gather in the buildings of the Malheur Wildlife Refuge. The world witnessed two standoffs in 2016: the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe's protest against an oil pipeline...
Publisher / Publication Date: Torrey House Press 2021
Copies Available at Woodmere1 available in Adult Non-fiction, Call number: 323.1197 KEE
Summary: For many thousands of years before the arrival of Europeans, Michigan's native peoples, the Anishnabeg, thrived in the forests and along the shores of the Great Lakes. Theirs were cultures in delicate social balance and in economic harmony with the natural order. Rites of Conquest details the struggles of Michigan Indians - the Ojibwa, Ottawa, and Potawatomi, and their neighbors - to maintain...
Publisher / Publication Date: The University of Michigan Press 1992
Copies Available at Woodmere2 available in Adult Non-fiction, Call number: 977.4 CLE
1 available in Reference, Call number: NEL 970.1 CLE
Copies Available at Interlochen1 available in Michigan Room, Call number: MI 970.1 Cleland 1992
Copies Available at Peninsula1 available in Adult, Call number: MI 977.4 CLE
Summary: Trail of tears : Cherokee legacy: Documents the forced removal in 1838 of the Cherokee Nation from the southeastern United States to Oklahoma. Shows the suffering endured by the Cherokees as they lost their land and the difficult conditions they endured on the trail. Describes how thousands of Cherokees died during the Trail of Tears, nearly a quarter of the nation, including most of their...
Format: moving image
Publisher / Publication Date: Mill Creek Entertainment 2009