Two Ojibwe sisters set off on a journey to find the Sky Sisters (The Northern Lights)
A story of a young boy whose father rescues him with the help of animal relatives. Told by Passamaquoddy storyteller Allen Sockabasin.
A retelling of an Ojibwe story about the origin of a flower known as the Moccassin Flower, or the Lady Slipper. (English version)
An excellent Lakota language resource, written by a noted Lakota elder. This book makes the connection between a Language and the culture which it is used to express.(Lakota Language and Culture)
This series of books makes up a curriculum for teaching and learning the Ojibwe language.It features : a focus on culture w/language study,chapter-by-chapter building block approach, charts, maps and illustrations, an extensive student workbook, audio tapes and a supplemental CD ROM interactive software package.
A collection of stories from ten Anishinabe elders living at Leech Lake, White Earth. Mille Lacs, Red Lake and St. Croix reservations, presented in a bilingual anthology. Treuer introduces each speaker, offering a brief biography and noting important details concerning dialect or themes and then allows the stories to speak for themselves.( Ojibwe/ Anishinabe history/language)
A Lakota-English dictionary for begginners containing 3800 entries, 300 phrases,idiom drills,expression of time, coinage, native birds and animals and rules for forming Lakota sentences.(Lakota Language)
An English-Dakota dictionary with over 4000 words featuring pronunciation at-a glance and a pronunciation guide.Also has a short biography of the author and a foreward by the author.(Dakota Language)
This an Ojibew language resource designed to give anyone a basic knowledge of that language. it Includes an Ojibwe-English dictionary and an English-Ojibwe dictionary, plus rules of pronunciation and grammar.(Ojibwe language)
An Engish-Dakota dictionary originally published in 1902.Contains section on Dakota grammar and a foreward by Carolynn I. Cavender Schommer.(for the reprint edition)