Chronicles of the FBI’s counter intelligence program against progressive service organizations , including the American Indian Movement and the Black Panther Party, in the 1970s and beyond. Applies well to History and Goverment Studies courses.
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Exceptionally student-friendly, extensively illustrated, and engagingly thought-provoking, this one-volume historical survey of the humanities is accessible–and inviting–to readers with little background in the arts and humanities.
The real history of the United States. That is, from the view of ordinary people such as Natives,African Slaves, Women, Workers and others who make history, but are always omitted from the historical record. Beginning with “Columbus, The Indians and Human Progress”, where he recounts the history of Columbus’ brutal colonization of the Bahamas, Professor Zinn distills truth from myth ,ending with the final (so far) chapter on the 2000 Election and the “War on Terrorism”.A thinking man’s history as opposed to a chronicle of presidential administrations since George Washington.(History)
The Autobiography of an Ojibwe woman from Madeleine Island in Lake Superior. Provides a 19th century Woman’s view of such events as: The Wisconsin Death March, The Dream Dance, Indian Marriage and Burial customs, making Maple Sugar and the Chippewa/Dakota War. Originally written and recovered from the archives of the Universty of Minnesota. (Ojibwe History and Culture)
An extensive Ojibwe-English and English-Ojibwe dictionary written by a Catholic missionary in the 1870s. Used as a resource in many Ojibwe language classes.(Ojibwe Language )
A reprint of the original,which was first published in 1890 by the Department of the Interior. Foreward by Carolynn I. Cavender Schommer. Mostly in the Santee Dialect.(Dakota language)
A valuable resource for those interested in the Ojibwe langauge.Contains English-Ojibwe and Ojibwe-English sections, including ancient and post -colonial terms , with a regional focus.(Ojibwe Language)
"1491: New Revelations of the Americas Before Columbus" tells the story of indigenous Americans before Columbus. The main thesis of the book is that populations and civilizations in pre-Columbian America were much larger than most people are aware. It emphasizes that the land that Europeans thought was wilderness had actually been molded by generations of indigenous Americans; it talks in length about how scientists are now discovering that the richness of the rainforest was created by sustainable indigenous land management.
Indigenous teachings about the Feminine, organized into 13 teachings corresponding to the 13 moons of the yearly cycle.
(Indigenous Culture/Women’s Studies)