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CALIFORNIA INDIAN TRAIL OF TEARS- NOMLAKI-WINTUN-MESHOOPTA- Leo Pergson
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CALIFORNIA INDIAN- Nomlaki, Wintun, Meshoopda, Document History Based on By Pamela A Conners, California Indian based on Documented Resource-THE CHICO ROUND VALLEY TRAIL OF TEARS by- Pamela A Conners, Historian Stanislaus National Forest- U.S. Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Region August 1993-
Counseling Native Americans:Spiritual and Multicultural Insights from Swan Circle Catherine Swan Reimer
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ISBN: 9780988391727
Follow the professional journey of a Native American counselor, who, although educated in mainstream American universities, found herself, once on the job, lacking in skills necessary to be therapeutic for her cultural peers. “Dr. Reimer’s search for cross-cultural understandings and techniques is a fascinating read. Insights on how to integrate nature and spirituality should be especially helpful to counselors, psychologists, social workers, psychiatrists, and related professionals who may sometimes feel that they are being educated in a ‘spirit free’ zone.” Clemmont E. Vontress, Ph.D. Professor Emeritus of Counseling, GWU. “Anyone who is curious about the depth and scope of providing c ...
Coyote Dances With Fire. By: Von Kambro
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An Apache Indian unravels a scheme that's been set in motion by corrupt Land Bureau agents that are being bribed in order to allow fracking on Jay Farebrother's Reservation. Jay and his brother piece together some loose ends that let them expose the corruption and greed that had taken place under the guise of helping Jay and his family improve their meager existence.
Echolocation: Poems from Indian Country, L.A. Carolyn Dunn
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Los Angeles was born out of the blood and bones of its lesser known residents: the Tongva peoples, indigenous inhabitants of the area of whom city scholars lament their passing. In her second collection of poems, award-winning poet/playwright/novelist Carolyn Dunn explores the indigenous worlds of Southern California's gloriously praised and oft-lamented jewel in the crown, La Nuestra Senora, Reina de Los Angeles...Dunn explores the natural world covered in concrete and ash known to the Tongva and to the host of indigenous inhabitants in mythic terms: calling down Coyote Madonna, searching for lost children on the banks of the L.A. River; recognizing wild tobacco growing from cracks of t ...
Elle-When History Travels on a Whisper Russell Forsyth
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Elle~When History Travels on a Whisper is a true story about an intuitive reading that revealed past life information and the subsequent connection made with real events that have shaped our country. Told from the perspective of a young Native American girl, Elle delivers messages from animal spirits about the beauty of life in nature and what happens when she witnesses a battle fought by the Ute Tribe. A fun read for all ages with an ending that might make you reconsider ideas and beliefs regarding past lives. Russell Forsyth is an ANGEL THERAPIST ®/Medium that was certified with Dr.Doreen Virtue and also works as an energy healing practitioner, inventor, writer, radio show host and ...
Falcon Brown Jennifer Burroughs
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Sixteen year old Falcon, the only child of Cain and Guinevere Brown, has always lived in Onset Village. She spent most of her time with her best friend Jade, visiting with her grandmother, and walking on the beach. Life was peaceful, but was soon to change. The sudden death of Falcon's grandmother set off a series of unforeseen events. Falcon is faced with a difficult choice, reveal a family secret that could destroy them, or let a murderer go free. Would the police believe Falcon if she tells them that a woman that has been dead for five years came to her the night before to reveal who killed her? Will they think she is crazy? Should she take the chance? Falcon, and everyone she love ...
Genuine Indian Princess -Genealogy Jim Great Elk Waters
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God's American Dream J.Kevin LaPlante
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Most of us are familiar with Martin Luther King’s famous speech pertaining to America, “I Have a Dream.” We also hear politicians, the media, and many others frequently referring to “The American Dream.” Each of us carries our own ideas and dreams for what America should be like and what it should mean for us. Today, I am speaking of “God’s American Dream.” Not only does God have plans and purposes for our individual lives, He also has plans and purposes for lands and nations. God has an American Dream and this is the heart of the message we are writing today. Understanding God’s American Dream cannot be realized without acknowledging the First Nations people of this lan ...
Journey Around The Medicine Wheel Debbie Gent
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Law and/vs Justice: Aboriginal and/vs Eurocentric (de jure and/vs de facto) James M. Craven Omahkohkiaaiipooyii
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This book is Dedicated to and based upon real-world struggles in and outside of courtrooms, Aboriginal and Eurocentric, for survival and sustainability of Indigenous Peoples. This book explores contradictions—between: Theory and/vs Practice of Law; Law and/vs Justice; Gaps between De Jure promises on paper and/versus De Facto realities--no matter by whom, against whom; under what banners or pretexts of justification; what types of failures; what types of systems of purported Law and Justice. There is an aphorism attributed to Lao Zi: “I hear, I forget. I see, I remember. I do, I understand.” This book is a sort of a tour of discovery, taking you into and through real-world and some notor ...

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