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Living Voices Native Vision bibliography

Native Vision bibliography
A Broken Flute: The Native Experience in Books for Children, edited by Doris Seale and Beverly Slapin, is an invaluable resource for finding literature for students that portrays Native people and culture in an accurate and respectful way. Highly recommended.
Native American Picture Books of Change: The Art of Historic Children’s Editions by Rebecca C. Benes is a good resource for bilingual and period literature written for Native students.

Ma’ii and Cousin Horned Toad

Shonto Begay

Cheyenne Again

Eve Bunting


Nicola Campbell

In My Mother’s House

Little Herder Stories, illustrated by Hoke Denetsosie: Little Herder in Summer, Little Herder in Spring, Little Herder in Autumn, Little Herder in Winter (bilingual)

Ann Nolan Clark
The Magic Of Spider Woman

Lois Duncan

Daughter of Suqua

Diane Johnston Hamm

The Unbreakable Code

Sara Hoagland Hunter

Alice Yazzie’s Year

Ramona Maher

Annie and the Old One

Miska Miles

Frog Brings Rain (bilingual)

Zinnia: How the Corn Was Saved (bilingual)

Patricia Hruby Powell
Home to Medicine Mountain

Chiori Santiago

My Name is Seepeetza

Shirley Sterling

Jóhonaa’éí: Bringer of Dawn (bilingual)

Veronica Tsinajinnie

Little Woman Warrior Who Came Home: A Story of the Navajo Long Walk (bilingual)

Evangeline Parsons Yazzie


Jim Thorpe’s Bright Path

The Journal of Jesse Smoke: A Cherokee Boy, The Trail of Tears, 1838

Joseph Bruchac

Sweetgrass Basket

Marlene Carvell

Kate Russell, wartime nurse

Martha Johnson

Ann Bartlett, Navy nurse

Martha Johnson

The Journal of Scott Pendleton Collins: A World War II soldier

Walter Dean Myers

My Secret War: The World War II Diary of Madeline Beck

Mary Pope Osborne

Code Talker

Joseph Bruchac

The Rememberer

Steven Dietz

My Name is Not Easy

Debby Dahl Edwardson

Mean Spirit

Linda Hogan


Harold Meyers

House Made of Dawn

N. Scott Momaday


Leslie Silko

Navajo Vision and Voices Across the Mesa

Shonto Begay

The Navajo

Raymond Bial


D.L. Birchfield

Navajo Long Walk

Seasons of the Circle: A Native American Year

Joseph Bruchac
Red Bird Sings: The Story of Zitkala-Sa, Native American Author, Musician and Activist

Adapted by Gina Capaldi & Q.L. Pearce

The Navajo

Kevin Cunningham & Peter Benoit

A Rainbow at Night: The World in Words and Pictures by Navajo Children

Bruce Hucko

The Navajo

David King

As Long as the Rivers Flow

Larry Loyie

Teen Life on Reservations and in First Nation Communities: Growing Up Native

Marsha McIntosh

Quiet Hero: The Ira Hayes Story

S.D. Nelson

Songs from the Loom: A Navajo Girl Learns to Weave

Monty Roessel

The Navajo

Geraldine Woods

Navajo code talkers

Nathan Aaseng

As Long as the Rivers Flow: the stories of 9 Native Americans

Paula Gunn Allen and Patricia Clark Smith

Human Rights: Issues for a New Millenium

Racism and Ethnic Bias: Everybody’s Problem

Linda Jacobs Altman

Between sacred mountains: Navajo stories and lessons from the land

Claudeen Arthur

Kaibah; recollection of a Navajo girlhood

Kay Bennett

Code Talker

Many Nations: An Alphabet of Native Americans

Navajo Long Walk

Joseph Bruchac

Unsung heroes of World War II: the story of the Navajo code talkers

Deanne Durrett

Code Talkers and Warriors: Native Americans and World War II

Tom Holm
Stories of traditional Navajo life and culture

Grandfather stories of the Navahos

Broderick H. Johnson, editor

Navajo code talkers: Native American heroes

Catherine Jones

Warriors: Navajo code talkers

Kenji Kawano

North American Indians Today: Navajo

Kenneth McIntosh

The Ethnic and Group Identity Movements

Ann Malaspina

To Establish Justice: Citizenship and the Constitution

Patricia McKissack and Arlene Zarembka

Kinaaldá: a Navajo girl grows up

Monty Roessel

The Salsbury story; a medical missionary's lifetime of public service

Clarence Grant Salsbury

USKids History: Book of the American Indians

Marlene Smith-Baranzini

Those incredible women of World War II

Karen Zeinert

The People Speak: Dramatic Readings Celebrating the Enduring Spirit of Dissent

Howard Zinn

Navahos have five fingers

T. D. Allen

A history of the Navajos: the reservation years

Garrick Alan Bailey

Beyond the four corners of the world: a Navajo woman's journey

Emily Benedek

When Navajos had too many sheep: the 1940's

George A. Boyce

The Navajo

Jennifer Denetdale

With a Camera in Old Navaholand

Earle Forrest

The enduring Navaho

Laura Gilpin

Paint the Wind

Spin a Silver Dollar: The Story of a Desert Trading Post

Alberta Hannum, with paintings by Beatien Yazz

Diné: a history of the Navajos

For our Navajo people: Diné letters, speeches & petitions, 1900-1960

We are still here: American Indians in the twentieth century

Peter Iverson

The Navaho door; an introduction to Navaho life

Alexander H Leighton

Children of the people; the Navaho individual and his development

Dorothea Cross Leighton

The book of the Navajo

Raymond Friday Locke

We'll Be in Your Mountains, We'll Be in Your Songs

Ellen McCullough-Brabson & Marilyn Help

Miracle Hill: the story of a Navaho boy

Emerson Blackhorse Mitchell

Navaho Neighbors

Hosteen Klah, Navaho medicine man and sand painter

Franc Johnson Newcomb
Dezba: woman of the desert

Gladys A. Reichard

A Voice in Her Tribe

Irene Stewart

The Navajos; the past and present of a great people

John Upton Terrell

Navajos’ Long Walk for Education

Hildegard Thompson

Here Come the Navaho

Ruth Underhill

Education for extinction: American Indians and the boarding school experience, 1875-1928

David Wallace Adams

Away from Home: American Indian Boarding School Experiences, 1879-2000

Margaret L. Archuleta, Brenda J. Child, and K. Tsianina Lomawaima, editors

Boarding school seasons: American Indian families, 1900-1940

Brenda Child

American Indian children at school, 1850-1930

Michael C Coleman

To live on this earth; American Indian education

Estelle Fuchs

Resistance and renewal: surviving the Indian residential school

Celia Haig-Brown

The Real All Americans

Sally Jenkins

They Called it Prairie Light: The Story of Chilocco Indian School

K. Tsianina Lomawaima

Battlefield and classroom; four decades with the American Indian, 1867-1904

Richard Henry Pratt

White Grizzly Bear’s Legacy: Learning to be Indian

Lawney Reyes

Education and the American Indian: the road to self-determination, 1928-1973

Margaret Szasz

The Phoenix Indian School: forced assimilation in Arizona, 1891-1935

Robert A. Trennert

American Indians and World War II

Alison Bernstein

Winds of freedom: the story of the Navajo Code Talkers of World War II

Margaret Bixler

Navy Nurse

Page Cooper

Nurses in action

Julia O. Flikke

Crossing the Pond: The Native American Effort in World War II

Jere Bishop Franco

Serving Proudly: A History of Women in the US Navy

Susan Godson

One woman's war: letters home from the Women's Army Corps, 1944-1946

Anne Bosanko Green

Carl Gorman’s World

Henry & Georgia Greenberg

They also served: American women in World War II

Olga Gruhzit-Hoyt

They called them angels: American military nurses of World War II

Kathi Jackson

Navajos and World War II

Broderick H. Johnson, editor

We're in this war, too: World War II letters from American women in uniform

American women in a world at war: contemporary accounts from World War II

Judy Barrett Litoff & David C. Smith
Quiet heroines: nurses of the Second World War

Brenda McBryde

Navajo weapon

S. McClain

Code Talker: The first and only memoir by one of the original Navajo code talkers of WWII

Chester Nez

Cadet nurse stories: the call for and response of women during World War II

Thelma M. Robinson & Paulie M. Perry

A half acre of hell: a combat nurse in WW II

Avis Schorer

It's good to be alive

Henrietta Bruce Sharon

"The good war": an oral history of World War Two

Studs Terkel

The Army and the Navajo

Gerald Thompson

G.I. nightingales: the Army Nurse Corps in World War II

Barbara Tomblin

World War II and the American Indian

Kenneth William Townsend

American women's history

American women and World War II

Doris Weatherford
Mother was a gunner's mate: World War II in the Waves

Josette Dermody Wingo

Our mothers' war: American women at home and at the Front during World War II

Emily Yellin

The people's health; medicine and anthropology in a Navajo community

John Adair

The scalpel and the silver bear

Lori Arviso Alvord

Medicine women, curanderas, and women doctors

Bobette Perrone

Blood and Voice: Navajo Women Ceremonial Practitioners

Maureen Trudelle Schwarz

White man's medicine: government doctors and the Navajo, 1863-1955

Robert A. Trennert

To live in two worlds: American Indian youth today

Brent Ashabranner

Red children in white America

Ann Beuf
The complete idiot's guide to Native American history

Walter C Fleming
Stolen From Our Embrace

Suzanne Fournier and Ernie Crey

First person, first peoples: native American college graduates tell their life stories

Andrew Garrod, editor

Reinventing the enemy's language: contemporary native women's writings of North America

Joy Harjo, editor

Native Americans

American Indian stereotypes in the world of children: a reader and bibliography

Native heritage: personal accounts by American Indians, 1790 to the present

Arlene B Hirschfelder

Red power: the American Indians' fight for freedom

Alvin Josephy

As Long as the Grass Shall Grow

Oliver La Farge

Lies My Teacher Told Me: Everything Your American History Textbook Got Wrong
James W. Loewen
We Are the People: Voices from the Other Side of American History

Nathaniel May and Clint Willis, editors

Indian Voices: Listening to Native Americans

Alison Owings

Growing up Native American: an anthology

Patricia Riley, editor

All Indians Do Not Live in Teepees (or Casinos)

Catherine Robbins

Through Indian eyes: the native experience in books for children

Beverly Slapin

Native Americans in children's literature

Jon Stott

Voices of a People’s History of the United States

Howard Zinn and Anthony Arnove


Rabbit Proof Fence

In the Heart of Big Mountain

True Whispers: The Story of the Navajo Code Talkers

Our Spirits Don’t Speak English: Indian Boarding School


Oyate Native organization

Indianz Internet Resource

The Native Voice newspaper

Indian Country Native American Indian News Source

American Indian Stereotypes

First Nations site index

Native Action Network

Current Conditions of Native Americans

Bureau of Indian Affairs Frequently Asked Questions

The Essential Facts About Indians Today

Labriola American Indian Data Center

Native American home pages

Native Languages of the Americas

American Indians in Children’s Literature


Navajo People - The Diné

Portal to the Navajo Intranet

Navajo Timeline

Diné clans

Navajo Treaty of 1868

Navajo Reservation map

Navajo Indian Language

Diné Education Web

Navajo Area Indian Health Service

The Navajo: Yesterday and Today (series of essays)

Navajo Hogan

Navajo hogans and statistics


About Indian Boarding Schools

Carlisle Indian School website

On Sacred Ground: Commemorating Survival and Loss at the Carlisle School

The Reservation Boarding School System in the United States, 1870 -1928

Brainwashing and Boarding Schools

Assimilation Through Education: Indian Boarding Schools in the Pacific Northwest

Soul Wound: The Legacy of Native American Schools

Chemawa Indian School website

St Michael Indian School

Bureau of Indian Education

Richard Henry Pratt biography

Ganado Mission/Sage School of Nursing article

Sage Memorial Hospital history


Timeline of World War II in the Pacific

Navajo Code Talkers

Navajo Code Talkers

American Indians in World War II

Navajo Code Talkers fact sheet

Native American Women Veterans

Native Women Veterans

Oral Histories of World War II: Navy Nurse

The Army Nurse Corps

Navajo Code Talkers Dictionary

Navajo Code Talkers: World War II Fact Sheet

The Comanche Code Talkers of World War II

Human Rights Watch: Defending Human Rights Worldwide
Youth for Human Rights
Anti-Defamation League: A World of Difference Institute Anti-Bias Education & Diversity Training
The Southern Poverty Law Center
Facing History and Ourselves
American Civil Liberties Union
Library of Congress Primary Source Sets
History Matters

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