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Our Stories Remember: American Indian History, Culture, and Values through Storytelling

by Joseph Bruchac

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History. Reference. Sociology. Nonfiction. An illuminating look at Native origins and lifeways, a treasure for all who value Native wisdom and the stories that keep it alive.
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    Within the pages of this introduction to American Indian history, culture, and values, readers will gain insight into the totality of Native American experience and culture. Each chapter in the book explores a particular shared cultural value or world view through both traditional stories and Bruchac's commentary. A diverse range of Native groups is included-Tlingit, Navajo, Cree, Abenaki, Yupik, Seminole, Sioux, Cherokee, and many more.

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    Selected for inclusion on the New York Public Library Books for Teen Age 2004 List
    IPPY (Independent Publisher) Award winner, Story Teller of the Year
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