Books

  • The Niobrara
    The Niobrara
    The canyon walls that hold the Niobrara River date back 20 million years.  The river, however, is a considered a river of today:  the over 535 miles of waterway is teeming with wildlife and small waterfalls, and has been designated a national scenic river.
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    Price: $21.95
  • The Omaha Tribe
    The Omaha Tribe
    Volume II of The Omaha Tribe explores the warfare, religion, language, music, social life, death, burial and healing practices of the Omaha tribe.
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    Price: $4.95
  • The Outlaw Tales Of Nebraska
    The Outlaw Tales Of Nebraska
    Tales of the most infamous criminals in Nebraska's history.
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    Price: $14.95
  • The Ponca Tribe
    The Ponca Tribe
    The Ponca Tribe is the most complete account of the Indians who inhabited the upper central plains. A peaceful people who built earth lodges, planted gardens, and hunted buffalo, the Ponca tribe is explored in this volume through the lens of history and culture.
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    Price: $6.95
  • The Saga of Hugh Glass
    The Saga of Hugh Glass
    Hugh Glass is taken prisoner, betrayed by his comrades, manages escape, and walks 2000 miles through the wilderness.  This is the story of the Pirate, Pawnee, and Mountain Man named Hugh Glass.
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    Price: $15.95
  • To You We Shall Return
    To You We Shall Return
    From the Author:

    '"Grandmother, you who listen and hear all, you from whom all good things come...It is your embrace we feel when we return to you..." This traditional Lakota prayer to Grandmother Earth opens joseph Marshall III's newest work, a meditation on our connection to the land and an exhortation to respect it.  Using a combination of personal anecdote, detailed history, and Lakota tales, Marshall takes us back to his childhood and shows us how we, too, can learn to love our planet.'
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    Price: $17.95
  • Voices of American Indian Assimilation and Resistance
    Voices of American Indian Assimilation and Resistance
    In the years 1879 to 1934, the U.S. government dissolved tribes and community held-lands.  During this time, three women stepped forward as cultural storytellers, challenging the attempt to assimilate Native Americans into white practices.  Helen Hunt Jackson, Sarah Winnemucca, and Victoria Howard are the voices who speak in Voices of American Indian Assimilation and Resistance.
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    Price: $6.95
  • Walking In The Sacred Manner
    Walking In The Sacred Manner
    Walking In The Sacred Manner:  Healers, Dreamers, and Pipe Carriers --Medicine Women of the Plains explores the myths of the Plains Indians through the eyes of the holy women who wove together the spiritual and everyday themes of the tribe.
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    Price: $15.99
  • Walking With Grandfather
    Walking With Grandfather
    The wisdom of the Lakota people, as told by Jospeph M. Marshall III, a lineage holder and gifted storyteller.  Discover timeless lessons largely unheard of outside the Lakota culture.
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    Price: $19.95
  • Wanted!: Wanted Posters Of The Old West
    Wanted!: Wanted Posters of the Old West
    Wanted! compiles a rare collection of over 150 wanted posters from the historical old west, including the stories behind them.  Crimes of horse theft, slavery, murder and seduction are explored in this book.  An interesting read for the Old West history buff!
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    Price: $19.95
  • Western Memorabilia And Collectibles
    Western Memorabilia And Collectibles
    For centuries, the cowboy has been a mythic figure in America.  In Western Memorabilia and Collectibles, Robert Ball has gathered pictures of the gear and artifacts that were essential for life in the west.  This book is a perfect resource for the old west collector!
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    Price: $8.95
  • Where Prairie Flowers Bloom And Other Poems
    Where Prairie Flowers Bloom And Other Poems
     A book of original poetry and pictures of pioneer women.  Winner of the Will Rogers Medallion Award.
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    Price: $12.95
  • Wild New World
    Wild New World
    This epic journey to the past follows the first Americans as they explore a vast continent.  Using modern computer techniques, experts are able to flesh out bones and discover the secret lives of long-extinct animals. A series of panoramas adds to the ethos of the ancient landscape.  
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    Price: $5.95
  • Win With Bob Avila
    Win With Bob Avila
    This book explores what it takes to be a breeder, trainer and competitor, including how to select a great horse.
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    Price: $29.95
  • With My Own Eyes
    With My Own Eyes
    Told by the daughter of a French-American fur trader and a Lakota Woman, With My Own Eyes tells the history of the Lakotas in the nineteenth-century. Author Susan Bordeaux Bettelyoun has always been dissatisfied with the way the Lakota people's history is represented by non-Natives, and her narrative attempts to correct these misconceptions.
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    Price: $16.95
  • Women And Warriors Of The Plains
    Women And Warriors Of The Plains
    From 1906-1929, Julia Tuell lived among the Sioux and Cheyenne peoples, photographing both the mundane and magnificent in each culture. 
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    Price: $18.00
  • Woven On The Wind
    Woven On The Wind
    Woven On The Wind is a second volume collection of writing from women in the American West.  
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    Price: $14.00