Here is a list of the Native American Series books that I authored.  These books are now available for purchase if anyone or any library is interested in obtaining them.

In my traditional teachings, children are the future, that is why presenting accurate information from an indigenous perspective is of great importance to not only me, but to a world where all human beings can unite in mutual respect and peace.

In these books, I conducted interviews with people of the Native nations and attempted to be as accurate and culturally sensitive as possible in the presentation of the material. How successful I was in this attempt, only time will tell as the people, of each nation, read the books.

It is a rare thing that not only are these books written by a Native American, I am an Akwesasne Mohawk, they are also illustrated by Native American artists.  Dave Fadden, a prominent Akwesasne Mohawk artist, illustrated nine books of this ten series.  Charlie Chimerica, a Hopi from Third Mesa, did the artwork for the Hopi book.   All of the artwork is good and make the books come alive.
The Blackfoot (Native American Series II)
by Barbara A. Gray (Kanatiiosh),
 

School & Library Binding (June 2002) 
Checkerboard Library; ISBN: 1577656040 

can be purchased by clicking the link: The Blackfoot (Native Americans) 

Summary:

An introduction to the history and past and present social life and customs of the Blackfoot Indians.

The Creek (Native American Series II)
by Barbara A. Gray (Kanatiiosh)

School & Library Binding (June 2002) 
Checkerboard Library; ISBN: 1577656059 


can be purchased by clicking the link: The Creek (Native Americans) 

Summary:

Introduces the crafts, myths, and modern and traditional way of life of the native Americans known as the Muscogee, or Creek, whose homelands were in what is now Georgia and Alabama.

Hopi (Native American Series II)
by Barbara A. Gray (Kanatiiosh)

School & Library Binding (June 2002) 
Checkerboard Library; ISBN: 1577655982 


can be purchased by clicking the link: Hopi 

Inuit (Native American Series II)
by Barbara A. Gray (Kanatiiosh)

School & Library Binding (June 2002) 
Abdo & Daughters; ISBN: 1577655990 

can be purchased by clicking the link: Inuit 

Maidu (Native American Series II)
by Barbara A. Gray (Kanatiiosh)
 

School & Library Binding (June 2002) 
Checkerboard Library; ISBN: 1577656024 


can be purchased by clicking the link: Maidu 

Presents a brief introduction to the Maidu Indians, including information on their homes, society, food, clothing, family life, and life today.

Miwok (Native American Series II)
by Barbara A. Gray (Kanatiiosh) 

School & Library Binding (January 2002) 
Checkerboard Library; ISBN: 1577656016

 
can be purchased by clicking the link: Miwok


An introduction to the history, social life and customs, and present life of the Miwok Indians, a tribe in California.

Ohlone (Native American Series II)
by Barbara A. Gray (Kanatiiosh) 

School & Library Binding (January 2002) 
Checkerboard Library; ISBN: 1577656032 


can be purchased by clicking the link: Ohlone 

Presents the history, culture, daily life and religion of central California's Ohlone people, who were nearly destroyed when Europeans entered their land, and who are fighting today for recognition by the Bureau of Indian Affairs.

The Pawnee (Native American Series II)
by Barbara A. Gray (Kanatiiosh)  

School & Library Binding (June 2002) 
Checkerboard Library; ISBN: 1577656075 

can be purchased by clicking the link: The Pawnee 

An introduction to the history, social life and customs, and present life of the Pawnee Indians.

Pomo (Native American Series II)
by Barbara A. Gray (Kanatiiosh) 

School & Library Binding (January 2002) 
Checkerboard Library; ISBN: 1577656008 

can be purchased by clicking the link: Pomo 

An introduction to the history and past and present social life and customs of the Pomo Indians, a tribe of northern California.

The Pueblo (Native American Series II) 
by Barbara A. Gray (Kanatiiosh)

School & Library Binding (January 2002) 
Checkerboard Library; ISBN: 1577656067 


can be purchased by clicking the link: The Pueblo 

An introduction to the food, homes, clothing, crafts, and social life and customs of the Pueblo Indians, a tribe of the southwestern United States.


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