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"MagikHeart" A Smoky Mountain Love Story R.E. Gross
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Size: 5" x 8"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781946634788
A Fictional Romance Novel about a Native American Medicine Man, his passion for his Smoky Mountain homeland and his love for the beautiful Irish Settler, Lacy Snow. The setting is Cherokee, N. Carolina during the 1830's and the "Trail of Tears!" A hot, fiery love story filled with historical perspective. If you enjoy action, adventure and romance, MagikHeart is your type book! If you enjoy reading about Natural Medicine, Crystals, Indian Myths, Battles, and Nature's creatures, this is your type of book! If you are a dog owner, you will love "Redtail" and "Grey Ghost" who are MagikHeart's best friends and hunting campanions! Filled with emotion, love, trials and tribulations, happi ...
An Experience: Learning Among the Tupi and Guarani Tribes Megan DePerro
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Size: 8.5" x 11"
Binding: Spiral Bound
This is a tiny booklet on my experiences with the Tupi and Guarani peoples when I lived in Brazil, and what their cultures are like and what they endure.
Birthright Tribal Member by The Broken Treaty Poet BTP
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Size: 6" x 9"
Binding: Perfect Bound
The Broken Treaty Poet is in search of his Birthright Traditions, Culture, Language and Politics. This is his report back to the People on his journey to self-determination.
Brown Clay At Cliff Palace Phyllis Carver
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Size: 8.5" x 11"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781620308752
Brown Clay at Cliff Palace is the story of a young girl growing up in Cliff Palace near Mesa Verde. This fictional story is based on archeological and anthropological facts about the Native Americans from Mesa Verde. The lighthearted and entertaining narrative is perfect for young elementary school children wanting to learn more about the history Cliff Palace.
Echolocation: Poems from Indian Country, L.A. Carolyn Dunn
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Size: 5.5" x 8.5"
Binding: Perfect Bound
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 ...
Falcon Brown Jennifer Burroughs
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Size: 6" x 9"
Binding: Perfect Bound
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 ...
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