How (not) to become native

From Crossing the Sacred Sea [Cruzando el mar sagrado] by Nathan A. Strait

  1. () Rural social networks along Amazonian rivers: seeds, labor and soccer among communities on the Napo River, Peru [d]
  2. () New world, inc.: the making of America by England's merchant adventurers [i]
  3. () Life in oil: Cofán survival in the petroleum fields of Amazonia [i]
  4. () On the way to decolonization in a settler colony: re-introducing Black feminist identity politics [d]
  5. () Complexity management and multi-scale governance: a case study in an Amazonian indigenous association [d]
  6. () Rediscovering the potential of indigenous storytelling for conservation practice [d]
  7. Eric Freedman & Mark Neuzil [ed] () Biodiversity, conservation and environmental management in the Great Lakes Basin [i]
  8. () Bodies that speak: languages of differentiation and becoming in Amazonia [d]
  9. () Chocolate cities: the black map of American life [i]
  10. () The legacy of 4,500 years of polyculture agroforestry in the eastern Amazon [p] [d]
  11. Maria Pia Pozzato [ed] () Visual and linguistic representations of places of origin: an interdisciplinary analysis [i] [d]
  12. Rochelle Riley [ed] () The Burden: African Americans and the enduring impact of slavery [i]
  13. Jeffrey S. Smith [ed] () Explorations in place attachment [i]
  14. () 'Now we live for the money': shifting markers of status, stress, and immune function in the Peruvian Amazon [d]
  15. () A more beautiful and terrible history: the uses and misuses of civil rights history [i]
  16. () Indigenous lessons about sustainability are not just for 'all humanity' [i]
  17. () Indigenous science (fiction) for the Anthropocene: ancestral dystopias and fantasies of climate change crises [d]
  18. () Seven Indigenous principles for successful cooperation in Great Lakes conservation initiatives [i]
  19. () Violence from beyond [d] [u]
  20. () The death and life of the Great Lakes [i]
  21. () 'The river is us; the river is in our veins': re-defining river restoration in three Indigenous communities [d]
  22. () The First Nations of Ontario: social and historical transitions [i]
  23. Norbert S. Hill & Kathleen Ratteree [ed] () The great vanishing act: blood quantum and the future of native nations [i]
  24. () Scars of independence: America's violent birth [i]
  25. () Considering the needs of indigenous and local populations in conservation programs [d]
  26. () Moral sources and the reproduction of the Amazonian package [d]
  27. () Spatio-temporal visualisation and data exploration of traditional ecological knowledge/indigenous knowledge [d]
  28. () The virtualism of 'capacity building' workshops in indigenous Amazonia: ethnography in the new middle grounds [d] [u]
  29. () Valuing the bad and the ugly: tasting agrobiodiversity among the indigenous Canela [d]
  30. () Accomplishing place in public space: autoethnographic accounts of homelessness [d]
  31. () Beyond settler time: temporal sovereignty and indigenous self-determination [i]
  32. () The color of law: a forgotten history of how our government segregated America [i]
  33. () Saving Arcadia: a story of conservation and community in the Great Lakes [i]
  34. () As we have always done: indigenous freedom through radical resistance [i] [d] [j]
  35. () Wild by nature: North American animals confront colonization [i]
  36. () Native hermeneutics: reverse typology and remythologization, or: The theological genius of Black Elk's dual participation [d] [j] [u]
  37. () Sacred soil: biochar and the regeneration of the earth [i]
  38. () Hitler's American model: the United States and the making of Nazi race law [i] [d]
  39. () Natural history: heritage, place and politics [i]
  40. () Land too good for Indians: northern Indian removal [i]
  41. () Native plants of the Midwest: a comprehensive guide to the best 500 species for the garden [i]
  42. () Appealing to the Great Spirit: foundational fictions and settler histories in middletown America [d]
  43. () The internet of places at community-scale: design scenarios for hyperlocal neighborhood [i] [d]
  44. () Diccionario Amazónico: voces del castellano en la selva peruana [i]
  45. Frederick E. Hoxie [ed] () The Oxford handbook of American Indian history [i] [d]
  46. () Metropolitan transformation and the colonial relation: the making of an 'Indian neighborhood' in postwar Minneapolis [d]
  47. () Ecosystem services and the value of places [d]
  48. () Settler colonial strategies and Indigenous resistance on the Great Lakes lumber frontier [d]
  49. () Introduction: reframing and reclaiming Indigenous Midwests [d]
  50. () Planning to stay: Native strategies to remain in the Great Lakes, post–War of 1812 [d]
  51. () Unequal gains: American growth and inequality since 1700 [i] [d]
  52. () An American genocide: the United States and the California Indian catastrophe, 1846–1873 [i]
  53. () Bodies and lives in ancient America: health before Columbus [i]
  54. () Pontiac's ghost in the Motor City: Indigeneity and the discursive construction of modern Detroit [d]
  55. Kate McCoy, Eve Tuck, & Marcia McKenzie [ed] () Land education: rethinking pedagogies of place from indigenous, postcolonial, and decolonizing perspectives [i]
  56. () The South Side: a portrait of Chicago and American segregation [i]
  57. () Producing leaders: an ethnography of an indigenous organisation in the Peruvian Amazon [u]
  58. () Mapping the digital terrain: towards indigenous geographic information and spatial data quality indicators for indigenous knowledge and traditional land-use data collection [d]
  59. () The other slavery: the uncovered story of Indian enslavement in America [i]
  60. () Huaorani transformations in twenty-first-century Ecuador: treks into the future of time [i] [j]
  61. Andrew P. Roddick & Ann Brower Stahl [ed] () Knowledge in motion: constellations of learning across time and place [i]
  62. () Thundersticks: firearms and the violent transformation of native America [i]
  63. () Becoming Black, White, and Indian in Wisconsin farm country, 1850s–1910s [d]
  64. () Librarians as stewards of place [d]
  65. () Remembering northern Michigan author Jim Harrison [u]
  66. () The Shipibo-Conibo: culture and collections in context [d]
  67. () A cautionary tale: examining the interplay of culturally specific risk and resilience factors in indigenous communities [d]
  68. () Hitler's Ostkrieg and the Indian wars: comparing genocide and conquest [i]
  69. () A bitter memory: seeking 'maamaw gwayak' (social justice) at Burt Lake [d]
  70. () Fostering state–tribal collaboration: an Indian law primer [i]
  71. Mia Bay, Farah J. Griffin, Martha S. Jones, & Barbara D. Savage [ed] () Toward an intellectual history of Black women [i]
  72. () Beyond the Judeo-Christian tradition?: restoring America Indian religion to twentieth-century U.S. history [i]
  73. () Weaponizing maps: indigenous peoples and counterinsurgency in the Americas [i]
  74. () Ungrateful predators: capture and the creation of Cofán violence [d]
  75. () A field guide to the natural communities of Michigan [i] [j]
  76. () The autobiography of citizenship: assimilation and resistance in U.S. education [i] [j]
  77. () Shapeshifters: Black girls and the choreography of citizenship [i] [d]
  78. () Sustaining the conversation: the farm crisis and the Midwest [d]
  79. () Maps and memes: redrawing culture, place, and identity in indigenous communities [i]
  80. () Living black: social life in an African American neighborhood [i]
  81. () Radical alterity is just another way of saying 'reality': a reply to Eduardo Viveiros de Castro [d]
  82. () Victims and warriors: violence, history, and memory in Amazonia [i] [d] [j]
  83. () City Indian: Native American activism in Chicago, 1893–1934 [i]
  84. () Community self-determination: American Indian education in Chicago, 1952–2006 [i]
  85. () Bike battles: a history of sharing the American road [i]
  86. () Masters of empire: Great Lakes Indians and the making of America [i]
  87. Dennis K. Norman & Joseph P. Kalt [ed] () Universities and Indian country: case studies in tribal-driven research [i]
  88. () Mexican fiestas in central Michigan: celebrations and identity formation, 1920–1930 [d]
  89. () Red dreams, white nightmares: pan-Indian alliances in the Anglo-American mind, 1763–1815 [i]
  90. () Mourning the forest: logging and public memory in West Michigan [d]
  91. () The settlers' empire: colonialism and state formation in America's Old Northwest [i] [d] [j]
  92. () Biopolitics of health as wealth in the original risk society [i] [j]
  93. Fernando Santos-Granero [ed] () Images of public wealth or the anatomy of well-being in indigenous Amazonia [i] [j]
  94. () Legal issues in mapping traditional knowledge: digital cartography in the Canadian North [d]
  95. Kathryn W. Shanley & Bjørg Evjen [ed] () Mapping indigenous presence: north Scandinavian and North American perspectives [i] [j]
  96. () Food production systems in the Amazon [i] [d]
  97. Susan Sleeper-Smith, Juliana Barr, Jean M. O'Brien, Nancy Shoemaker, & Scott Manning Stevens [ed] () Why you can't teach United States history without American Indians [i]
  98. () Where the river burned: Carl Stokes and the struggle to save Cleveland [i] [d]
  99. () City creatures: animal encounters in the Chicago wilderness [i]
  100. () Joy within tranquility: Amazonian Urarina styles of happiness [d] [u]
  101. () Gathering the Potawatomi Nation: revitalization and identity [i]
  102. () Indigenous people's detection of rapid ecological change [d]
  103. () Muskrat theories, tobacco in the streets, and living Chicago as Indigenous land [d]
  104. () Multi-scale dimensions of indigenous land tenure in the Amazon [d]
  105. () Culture-based arts education that teaches against the grain: a model for place-specific material culture studies [d]
  106. () My grandfather's knocking sticks: Ojibwe family life and labor on the reservation [i]
  107. () An indigenous peoples' history of the United States [i]
  108. () Space and society in central Brazil: a Panará ethnography [i]
  109. Laura R. Graham & H. Glenn Penny [ed] () Performing indigeneity: global histories and contemporary experiences [i]
  110. () Anishinaabe ways of knowing and being [i]
  111. Suzan Shown Harjo [ed] () Nation to nation: treaties between the United States & American Indian Nations [i]
  112. () The homing instinct: meaning & mystery in animal migration [i]
  113. () The counter-revolution of 1776: slave resistance and the origins of the United States of America [i] [j]
  114. () Rethinking historical trauma [p] [d]
  115. () Negotiating new roles and relationships in the jungle: rain forest imaginations and community-based ecotourism in Ecuador [u]
  116. () Where are you from?: place as a form of scripting in independent cinema [d]
  117. () Trees of eastern North America [i] [d] [j]
  118. Suzanne Oakdale & Magnus Course [ed] () Fluent selves: autobiography, person, and history in lowland South America [i]
  119. () The last piece is you [d]
  120. () Amazonian routes: indigenous mobility and colonial communities in northern Brazil [i]
  121. () Between the remnants of colonialism and the insurgence of self-narrative in constructing participatory social maps: towards a land education methodology [d]
  122. () Settler traditions of place: making explicit the epistemological legacy of white supremacy and settler colonialism for place-based education [d]
  123. () Mohawk interruptus: political life across the borders of settler states [i] [d]
  124. () Nobody home: writing, Buddhism, and living in places [i]
  125. () Trees of western North America [i] [d] [j]
  126. () Creating a Haida manga: the formline of social responsibility in Red [d]
  127. Stan Stevens [ed] () Indigenous peoples, national parks, and protected areas: a new paradigm linking conservation, culture, and rights [i] [j]
  128. () Ecosystem services along a management gradient in Michigan (USA) cropping systems [d]
  129. () Ancient pathways, ancestral knowledge: ethnobotany and ecological wisdom of Indigenous peoples of northwestern North America [i] [j]
  130. () Surviving the rubber boom: Cofán and Siona society in the Colombia–Ecuador borderlands (1875–1955) [d]
  131. Hilary N. Weaver [ed] () Social issues in contemporary native America: reflections from Turtle Island [i]
  132. () Cultural forests of the Amazon: a historical ecology of people and their landscapes [i]
  133. () Assessing traditional knowledge on forest uses to understand forest ecosystem dynamics [d]
  134. Jill Doerfler, Niigaanwewidam James Sinclair, & Heidi Kiiwetinepinesiik Stark [ed] () Centering Anishinaabeg studies: understanding the world through stories [i]
  135. () Animist intersubjectivity as argumentation: Western Shoshone and Southern Paiute arguments against a nuclear waste site at Yucca Mountain [d]
  136. () Demanding, giving, sharing, and keeping: Panará ideas of economy [d]
  137. Maximilian Christian Forte [ed] () Who is an Indian?: race, place, and the politics of indigeneity in the Americas [i]
  138. Karl S. Hele [ed] () The nature of empires and the empires of nature: indigenous peoples and the Great Lakes environment [i]
  139. Brian C. Hosmer & Larry Nesper [ed] () Tribal worlds: critical studies in American Indian nation building [i]
  140. () An unanswerable argument in favor of forests: progressive conservation, compromise, and the 1903 creation of Michigan's first forest reserve [d]
  141. () The fortress, the river and the garden: a new metaphor for cultivating mutualistic relationship between scientific and traditional ecological knowledge [i] [d]
  142. () How forests think: toward an anthropology beyond the human [i]
  143. Andrejs Young Kulnieks, Dan Roronhiakewen Longboat, & Kelly Young [ed] () Contemporary studies in environmental and indigenous pedagogies: a curricula of stories and place [i] [d]
  144. () The lost region: toward a revival of Midwestern history [i]
  145. () Believing in the gift: a case of successful relationships of exchange in the Colombian Amazon [u]
  146. M. Elise Marubbio & Eric L. Buffalohead [ed] () Native Americans on film: conversations, teaching, and theory [i]
  147. () Genealogy, migration, and the intertwined geographies of personal pasts [d]
  148. () Amazon town TV: an audience ethnography in Gurupá, Brazil [i] [j]
  149. () GIS, internal colonialism, and the U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs [d]
  150. () Indigenous development and the cultural captivity of entrepreneurship [d]
  151. () Constructing culinary knowledge: reading rural community cookbooks [d]
  152. () The once and future Great Lakes country: an ecological history [i]
  153. () A city within a city: the Black freedom struggle in Grand Rapids, Michigan [i]
  154. () Fighting colonialism with hegemonic culture: native American appropriation of Indian stereotypes [i]
  155. () Finding a middle-ground: the native/non-native debate [d]
  156. () The lure of the north woods: cultivating tourism in the upper Midwest [i]
  157. () Stalking nirvana: the Native American (Red Path) Zen way [i] [u]
  158. () Under a watchful eye: self, power, and intimacy in Amazonia [i] [d] [j]
  159. () The extractive arts [u]
  160. () Bridging knowledges: understanding and applying indigenous and western scientific knowledge for marine wildlife management [d]
  161. () Mysteries of the jaguar shamans of the northwest Amazon [i]
  162. () Challenging our understanding of health: indigenous perspectives from the highlands of Chiapas, Mexico [d]
  163. () Creativity in the wild: improving creative reasoning through immersion in natural settings [d]
  164. Charles Beatty Medina & Melissa Rinehart [ed] () Contested territories: native Americans and non-natives in the lower Great Lakes, 1700–1850 [i]
  165. () The evolution of a nation: how geography and law shaped the American states [i] [d] [j]
  166. () Time and space in Tzeltal: is the future uphill? [d]
  167. () A future for Amazonia: Randy Borman and Cofán environmental politics [i]
  168. () Strange powers: conservation, science, and transparency in an indigenous political project [d]
  169. () Holding our world together: Ojibwe women and the survival of community [i]
  170. () Building leadership capacity amongst young Anishinaabe-Kwe through culturally-based activities and creative arts [u]
  171. Thomas Dietz & David Bidwell [ed] () Climate change in the Great Lakes region: navigating an uncertain future [i] [j]
  172. () Walking in beauty: an American Indian perspective on social justice [d]
  173. Stephen L. Fisher & Barbara Ellen Smith [ed] () Transforming places: lessons from Appalachia [i]
  174. () The eagle returns: the legal history of the Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians [i]
  175. () Geography for and with indigenous peoples: indigenous geographies as challenge and invitation [d]
  176. () Colonizing bricks and mortar: indigenous place-making through art objects and artifacts [d]
  177. () Walking seasonal roads [i]
  178. () Mound builders and monument makers of the northern Great Lakes, 1200–1600 [i]
  179. () Keeping cultures alive: archives and Indigenous cultural and intellectual property rights [d]
  180. Carolyn Kenny & Tina Ngaroimata Fraser [ed] () Living indigenous leadership: native narratives on building strong communities [i]
  181. () Imagining the forest: narratives of Michigan and the Upper Midwest [i]
  182. () Murder state: California's native American genocide, 1846–1873 [i] [j]
  183. () Modos de vivir y sobrevivir: un estudio transcultural de cinco etnias en la Amazonía ecuatoriana [i]
  184. () Journey women: art therapy in a decolonizing framework of practice [d]
  185. () Effective practices for creating transformative informal science education programs grounded in Native ways of knowing [d]
  186. () Growing gardens: towards a theory of ecological aesthetic performances in indigenous Amazonia [u]
  187. () For love of lakes [i]
  188. John A. Parrotta & Ronald L. Trosper [ed] () Traditional forest-related knowledge: sustaining communities, ecosystems and biocultural diversity [i] [d]
  189. () Mapping indigenous perspectives in the making of the cybercartographic atlas of the Lake Huron Treaty relationship process: a performative approach in a reconciliation context [d]
  190. () The labyrinth of North American identities [i]
  191. Simron Jit Singh, Helmut Haberl, Marian Chertow, Michael Mirtl, & Martin Schmid [ed] () Long term socio-ecological research: studies in society–nature interactions across spatial and temporal scales [i] [d]
  192. () Questions about Red Path Zen [u]
  193. () Farming and the nature of landscape: stasis and movement in a regional landscape tradition [d]
  194. () How to integrate socio-cultural dimensions into sustainable development: Amazonian case studies [d]
  195. () Demonic trade: debt, materiality, and agency in Amazonia [d]
  196. () The intergenerational effects of relocation policies on indigenous families [p] [d]
  197. () Car country: an environmental history [i]
  198. () Bodies on the line: the in/security of everyday life in Aamjiwnaang [i] [d]
  199. () Happiness in Navajos (diné ba' hózhó) [i] [d]
  200. () Strong hearts, Native lands: the cultural and political landscape of Anishinaabe anti-clearcutting activism [i]
  201. () An infinity of nations: how the native New World shaped early North America [i] [d] [j]
  202. () Seekers and travellers: contemporary art of the Pacific Northwest Coast [i]
  203. Michael Yellow Bird & Angela Cavender Wilson [ed] () For indigenous minds only: a decolonization handbook [i]
  204. () This must be the place: underrepresentation of identity and meaning in climate change decision-making [d]
  205. () Three Fires unity: the Anishnaabeg of the Lake Huron borderlands [i]
  206. () Location-based questions and local knowledge [d]
  207. Victoria Brehm [ed] () Star songs and water spirits: a Great Lakes native reader [i]
  208. () Walking the line: participatory mapping, indigenous rights, and neoliberalism [d]
  209. Martin John Cannon & Lina Sunseri [ed] () Racism, colonialism, and indigeneity in Canada: a reader [i]
  210. Jean-Pierre Chaumeil, Oscar Espinosa, & Manuel Cornejo Chaparro [ed] () Por donde hay soplo: estudios amazónicos en los países andinos [i]
  211. () Pueblos indígenas amazónicos e industrias extractivas [i]
  212. () The spatial patterns of Miskitu hunting in northeastern Honduras: lessons for wildlife management in tropical forests [d]
  213. () Property: Faustian pact or new covenant with earth? [i] [d]
  214. () Protecting indigenous values in water management: a challenge to conventional environmental flow assessments [d]
  215. () The Igliniit project: Inuit hunters document life on the trail to map and monitor arctic change [d]
  216. David P. Grinlinton & Prue Taylor [ed] () Property rights and sustainability: the evolution of property rights to meet ecological challenges [i] [d]
  217. () Plants as persons: a philosophical botany [i]
  218. Dirk Hoerder & Nora Helen Faires [ed] () Migrants and migration in modern North America: cross-border lives, labor markets, and politics [i]
  219. () Powering 'progress': regulation and the development of Michigan's electricity landscape [d]
  220. () The United States of America: 'a culture of war' [d]
  221. () La autonomía indígena en Panamá: la experiencia del pueblo kuna (siglos XVI-XXI) [i]
  222. () Trust in the land: new directions in tribal conservation [i]
  223. () Beyond the blue and green: the need to consider Aboriginal peoples' relationships to resource development in labor–environment campaigns [d]
  224. () Indigenous alliances for conservation in Bolivia [d]
  225. () Los territorios kechwa-Lamas y la superposición de sus modos ancestrales de relacionarse con la tierra [u]
  226. () Traditional communities in the Brazilian Amazon and the emergence of new political identities: the struggle of the quebradeiras de coco babaçu—babassu breaker women [d]
  227. () Attitudes to wolves and wolf policy among Ojibwe tribal members and non-tribal residents of Wisconsin's wolf range [d]
  228. () Using native plants to restore community: in southwest Michigan and beyond [i]
  229. () At the intersections: San women and the rights of indigenous peoples in Africa [d]
  230. () Local knowledge: who cares? [d]
  231. () The arc of justice: indigenous activism and anthropological intersections [u]
  232. () The unconquered: in search of the Amazon's last uncontacted tribes [i]
  233. () Conceiving Kakipitatapitmok: the political landscape of Anishinaabe anticlearcutting activism [d]
  234. () Indigenizing invasive species management: Native North Americans and the emerald ash borer (EAB) beetle [d]
  235. () Pueblos amazónicos de Madre de Dios, Urubamba y Purús [i]
  236. () Bypassing globalization: barter markets as a new indigenous economy in Peru [d]
  237. () Storytelling globalization from the Chaco and beyond [i]
  238. () Challenges and opportunities to integrating traditional healing into counselling and psychotherapy [d]
  239. () Indigenous cosmopolitics in the Andes: conceptual reflections beyond 'politics' [d]
  240. () Of stakes, stems, and cuttings: the importance of local seed systems in traditional Amazonian societies [d]
  241. () Constructing indigenous subjectivities: economic collectivism and identity in the Ecuadorian Amazon [d]
  242. () Sociometabolic regimes in indigenous communities and the crucial role of working time: a comparison of case studies [u]
  243. () The bourgeois frontier: French towns, French traders, and American expansion [i] [d] [j]
  244. () Rooted in the earth: reclaiming the African American environmental heritage [i]
  245. () Psychotherapy and traditional healing for American Indians: exploring the prospects for therapeutic integration [d]
  246. () The arrogance of ethnnography: managing anthropological research knowledge [u]
  247. () Children of fire: a history of African Americans [i]
  248. Elisabeth Hsu & Stephen Harris [ed] () Plants, health and healing: on the interface of ethnobotany and medical anthropology [i]
  249. () Consulting the genius of the place: an ecological approach to a new agriculture [i]
  250. () Indigenous peoples and climate change in Latin America and the Caribbean [i]
  251. () Agricultural change in the Pastaza River Basin: a spatially explicit model of native Amazonian cultivation [d]
  252. () Place-based narratives: an entry point for ministry to the soul of a community [i]
  253. () Thinking in Indian: a John Mohawk reader [i]
  254. () Moral-ethical character and science education: ecojustice ethics through socioscientific issues (SSI) [i] [d]
  255. Knute J. Nadelhoffer, Alan J. Hogg, & Brian A. Hazlett [ed] () The changing environment of northern Michigan: a century of science and nature at the University of Michigan Biological Station [i]
  256. () Dynamics and numerical modeling of river plumes in lakes [o] [u]
  257. () America's natural places: the Midwest [i]
  258. () Peru: a chronicle of deception: attempts to transfer the Awajún border territory in the Cordillera del Cóndor to the mining industry [i] [u]
  259. () Territorialidad indígena, conservación y desarrollo: discursos sobre la biodiversidad en la Amazonía peruana [i]
  260. () The sweetness of freedom: stories of immigrants [i]
  261. () The edge of the woods: Iroquoia, 1534–1701 [i]
  262. () Sensing changes: technologies, environments, and the everyday, 1953–2003 [i]
  263. (/2011) Yellow dirt: a poisoned land and the betrayal of the Navajos [i]
  264. () Unlearning the colonial cultures of planning [i]
  265. () Space, place, and hunting patterns among indigenous peoples of the Guyanese Rupununi region [d]
  266. () Unsettling the settler within: Indian residential schools, truth telling, and reconciliation in Canada [i]
  267. () Pütchi biyá uai: antología multilingüe de la literatura indígena contemporánea en Colombia [i]
  268. () Seriously laughing: on paradoxes of absurdity among Matsigenka people [d]
  269. () Local matters, ecojustice, and community: opportunities of village life for teaching science [i] [d]
  270. () Making memories available: a framework for preserving rural heritage through community knowledge management (cKM) [d]
  271. Sonia Tidemann & Andrew Gosler [ed] () Ethno-ornithology: birds, indigenous peoples, culture and society [i]
  272. Deborah J. Tippins [ed] () Cultural studies and environmentalism: the confluence of ecojustice, place-based (science) education, and indigenous knowledge systems [i] [d]
  273. () The virtues of cultural resonance, competence, and relational collaboration with Native American Indian communities: a synthesis of the counseling and psychotherapy literature [d]
  274. () Bear spends time in our dreams now: magical thinking and cultural empathy in multicultural counselling theory and practice [d]
  275. () A synopsis of Nigeria's indigenous cartographic heritage [d]
  276. Bas Verschuuren [ed] () Sacred natural sites: conserving nature and culture [i]
  277. () Images of American Indians in environmental education: anthropological reflections on the politics and history of cultural representation [d]
  278. () 'A dharma of place': evolving aesthetics and cultivating community in an American Zen garden [i]
  279. Alberto Acosta & Esperanza Martínez [ed] () El buen vivir: una via para el desarrollo [i]
  280. Julian Agyeman, Peter Cole, Randolph Haluza-DeLay, & Pat O'Riley [ed] () Speaking for ourselves: environmental justice in Canada [i]
  281. Miguel N. Alexiades [ed] () Mobility and migration in indigenous Amazonia: contemporary ethnoecological perspectives [i]
  282. () Crude [o]
  283. () Singing to the plants: a guide to mestizo shamanism in the upper Amazon [i]
  284. () Working with indigenous peoples to conserve nature: examples from Latin America [d]
  285. () Anti social-computing: indigenous language, digital video and intellectual property [u]
  286. () Indigenous knowledge in the life sciences classroom: put on your de Bono hats! [d]
  287. () The power of place: geography, destiny, and globalization's rough landscape [i]
  288. () Urarina society, cosmology, and history in Peruvian Amazonia [i] [d]
  289. () Our knowledge is not primitive: decolonizing botanical Anishinaabe teachings [i]
  290. () Revitalization of the shared commons: education for sustainability and marginalized cultures [d]
  291. () Customizing indigeneity: paths to a visionary politics in Peru [i]
  292. () Mobility and territorial belonging [d]
  293. () What's cooking in America?: cookbooks narrate ethnicity: 1850–1990 [d]
  294. () Enchanted (and disenchanted) Amazonia: environmental ethics and cultural identity in Northern Brazil [d]
  295. Leslie M. Johnson & Eugene S. Hunn [ed] () Landscape ethnoecology: concepts of biotic and physical space [i]
  296. () Good for a national cemetery: questions of land use and an 1888 Botanical Expedition across Northern Michigan [d]
  297. Carl F. Kaestle & Janice A. Radway [ed] () Print in motion: the expansion of publishing and reading in the United States, 1880–1940 [i]
  298. Laurence J. Kirmayer & Gail Guthrie Valaskakis [ed] () Healing traditions: the mental health of Aboriginal peoples in Canada [i]
  299. () Developing a GIS program at a tribal college [d]
  300. Susan Applegate Krouse & Heather Howard-Bobiwash [ed] () Keeping the campfires going: native women's activism in urban communities [i]
  301. Harriet V. Kuhnlein, Bill Erasmus, & Dina Spigelski [ed] () Indigenous peoples' food systems: the many dimensions of culture, diversity and environment for nutrition and health [i]
  302. () Aboriginal environmental knowledge: rational reverence [i]
  303. () 'In the end, we have the Gatling gun, and they have not': future prospects of indigenous knowledges [d]
  304. () Managing Amazonian palms for community use: a case of aguaje palm (Mauritia flexuosa) in Peru [d]
  305. () Honoring elders: aging, authority, and Ojibwe religion [i]
  306. () Place-specific computing: a place-centric perspective for digital designs [u]
  307. () Nature's matrix: linking agriculture, conservation and food sovereignty [i]
  308. () The texture of contact: European and Indian settler communities on the frontiers of Iroquoia, 1667–1783 [i]
  309. Benjamin J. Richardson, Shin Imai, & Kent McNeil [ed] () Indigenous peoples and the law: comparative and critical perspectives [i]
  310. () Fishing, foraging and farming in the Bolivian Amazon: on a local society in transition [i] [d]
  311. () The challenges of mapping complex indigenous spatiality: from abstract space to dwelling space [d]
  312. () The models of nature and the politics of sustainable development in the Peruvian Amazon [d]
  313. Helaine Selin & Pamela Kendall Stone [ed] () Childbirth across cultures: ideas and practices of pregnancy, childbirth and the postpartum [i] [d]
  314. () New cures, old medicines: women and the commercialization of traditional medicine in Bolivia [i]
  315. () Singing to estranged lovers: Runa relations to plants in the Ecuadorian Amazon [d]
  316. () Ayahuasca healing beyond the Amazon: the globalization of a traditional indigenous entheogenic practice [d]
  317. () Cartography, territory, property: postcolonial reflections on indigenous counter-mapping in Nicaragua and Belize [d]
  318. () Muscogee Creek spirituality and meaning of death [d]
  319. () Interculturalidad, estado, sociedad: luchas (de)coloniales de nuestra época [i]
  320. () Living waters: reading the rivers of the lower Great Lakes [i]
  321. Adrian P. Wydeven, Timothy R. van Deelen, & Edward J. Heske [ed] () Recovery of gray wolves in the Great Lakes Region of the United States: an endangered species success story [i]
  322. () Atlas of early Michigan's forests, grasslands, and wetlands: an interpretation of the 1816-1856 General Land Office surveys [i]
  323. () Strategies to enhance and maintain quality of life: the case of nonmetropolitan Illinois [u]
  324. Sigurd Bergmann & Tore Sager [ed] () The ethics of mobilities: rethinking place, exclusion, freedom and environment [i]
  325. () Discursive geographies in science: space, identity, and scientific discourse among indigenous women in higher education [d]
  326. () Scientific discourse in the academy: a case study of an American Indian undergraduate [d]
  327. () Can environmental history save the world? [d]
  328. () White people, Indians, and Highlanders: tribal peoples and colonial encounters in Scotland and America [i] [d]
  329. () Seeing red: anger, sentimentality, and American Indians [i]
  330. () Cambios en la arquitectura indígena de la región de Madre de Dios, Perú (años 1990) [u]
  331. () Bold jaguars and unsuspecting monkeys: the value of fearlessness in Cofán politics [d]
  332. () Essential commitments: identity and the politics of Cofán conservation [d]
  333. Carol J. Pierce Colfer [ed] () Human health and forests: a global overview of issues, practice, and policy [i]
  334. () Somos hijos del sol y de la tierra: derecho mayor de los pueblos indígenas de la cuenca amazónica [u]
  335. () Community-based food systems in Michigan: cultivating diverse collaborations from the ground up [u]
  336. James G. Copestake [ed] () Wellbeing and development in Peru: local and universal views confronted [i] [d]
  337. () Native speakers: Ella Deloria, Zora Neale Hurston, Jovita González, and the poetics of culture [i]
  338. () Crude reflections: oil, ruin and resistance in the Amazon rainforest = Cruda realidad: petróleo, devastación y resistencia en la Amazonía [i]
  339. Gunther Dietz, Rosa Guadalupe Mendoza Zuany, & Sergio Téllez Galván [ed] () Multiculturalismo, educación intercultural y derechos indígenas en las Américas [i]
  340. () Valuing indigenous knowledge: to call it 'science' will not help [d]
  341. () Civitas in horto: James Luther Adams and Lowell Welden Livezey at the banquet table of Chicago citizenship [d] [j]
  342. () Indigenous peace-making versus the liberal peace [d]
  343. () Miengun's children: tales from a mixed-race family [d]
  344. () Writing Michigan history from a transborder perspective [j]
  345. () Piaroa manioc varietals: hyperdiversity or social currency? [d]
  346. () Sense of place and sense of planet: the environmental imagination of the global [i]
  347. Karl S. Hele [ed] () Lines drawn upon the water: First Nations and the Great Lakes borders and borderlands [i]
  348. () Indigeneity's challenges to the white settler-state: creating a thirdspace for dynamic citizenship [d]
  349. () Improving oneself: young people getting ahead in the Peruvian Andes [d]
  350. () Social work with native people: orienting child welfare workers to the beliefs, values, and practices of Native American families and children [d]
  351. () Lived temporalities: exploring duration in Guatemala: empirical and theoretical studies [i]
  352. () Restorative dispute resolution in Anishinaabe communities: restoring conceptions of relationships based on Dodem [u]
  353. A. Dirk Moses [ed] () Empire, colony, genocide: conquest, occupation, and subaltern resistance in world history [i]
  354. () Cofán Indians help map out rain forest, produce DVDs on quickly disappearing tribal traditions [u]
  355. Melissa K. Nelson [ed] () Original instructions: indigenous teachings for a sustainable future [i]
  356. () Urban forest and rural cities: multi-sited households, consumption patterns, and forest resources in Amazonia [u]
  357. () Mapping indigenous depth of place [d]
  358. () Distribution of agrobiodiversity in home gardens along the Corrientes River, Peruvian Amazon [d]
  359. () Silent victims: hate crimes against Native Americans [i]
  360. () Broadcasting indigenous voices: Sami minority media production [d]
  361. PRATEC [ed] () Volver a la mesa: soberanía alimentaria y cultura de la comida en la América profunda [i] [u]
  362. Martín J. Scurrah & Javier Aroca [ed] () Defendiendo derechos y promoviendo cambios: el Estado, las empresas extractivas y las comunidades locales en el Perú [i]
  363. () Iroquois diplomacy on the early American frontier [i]
  364. () Looking for hickories: the forgotten wildness of the rural Midwest [i]
  365. () Sweet land of liberty: the forgotten struggle for civil rights in the North [i]
  366. () Domesticated landscapes [i]
  367. () Being and place among the Tlingit [i]
  368. (/2014) La memoria biocultural: la importancia ecológica de las sabidurías tradicionales [i]
  369. () One Native life [i]
  370. Donald M. Waller & Thomas P. Rooney [ed] () The vanishing present: Wisconsin's changing lands, waters, and wildlife [i]
  371. () Indigenous knowledge and science revisited [d]
  372. () Landscape images in Amazonian narrative: the role of oral history in environmental research [u]
  373. () Indigenous knowledge and western science: the possibility of dialogue [d]
  374. () Los Ese Ejja: el mundo de los hombres y el mundo de los espíritus entre los indios del río [i]
  375. James T. Campbell, Matthew Pratt Guterl, & Robert G. Lee [ed] () Race, nation, & empire in American history [i]
  376. () Marcando territorio: progresos y limitaciones de la titulación de territorios indígenas en la Amazonía [i]
  377. () Cosecha del agua de lluvia: el Parque Nacional Cordillera Azul en la diversificación de las chacras campesinas en las comunidades de su zona de amortiguamiento [o]
  378. () Circles of association: the connections of community-based food systems [d]
  379. Leo Paul Dana & Robert Brent Anderson [ed] () International handbook of research on indigenous entrepreneurship [i]
  380. () Researchers, indigenous peoples, and place-based learning communities [d]
  381. () A legacy of harm: Occidental Petroleum in indigenous territory in the Peruvian Amazon [o]
  382. Carlos Fausto & Michael Heckenberger [ed] () Time and memory in indigenous Amazonia: anthropological perspectives [i]
  383. () Recentering North American environmental history: pedagogy and scholarship in the Great Lakes region [d]
  384. () Informe–resumen del proceso de reivindicación territorial del Pueblo Indígena Ese Ejja en el Bajo Heath Boliviano [u]
  385. () Experience economy strategies: adding value to small rural businesses [u]
  386. () The Great Lakes: the natural history of a changing region [i]
  387. () Art, ecology and art education: locating art education in a critical place-based pedagogy [d] [j]
  388. Alf Hornborg, John Robert McNeill, & Joan Martínez Alier [ed] () Rethinking environmental history: world-system history and global environmental change [i]
  389. () Footprints in the cotton fields: the Industrial Revolution as time-space appropriation and environmental load displacement [i]
  390. () Lines: a brief history [i]
  391. () Anishinaubae thesaurus [i]
  392. () City life in the midst of the forest: a Punan hunter-gatherer's vision of conservation and development [u]
  393. () Can you hear us now?: voices from the margin: using Indigenous methodologies in geographic research [d]
  394. David I. Macleod [ed] () Mapping in Michigan & the Great Lakes region [i]
  395. () Towards understanding the health vulnerability of indigenous peoples living in voluntary isolation in the Amazon rainforest: experiences from the Kugapakori Nahua Reserve, Peru [d]
  396. () Scoping the Amazon: image, icon, ethnography [i]
  397. () Placing well-being: a Maori case study of cultural and environmental specificity [d]
  398. Alejandro Parellada [ed] () Pueblos indígenas en aislamiento voluntario y contacto inicial en la Amazonía y el Gran Chaco [actas del seminario regional de Santa Cruz De La Sierra, 20–22 de noviembre de 2006] [i]
  399. () Language of the land: the Mapuche in Argentina and Chile [i]
  400. () Las ramas floridas del bosque: experiencias en el manejo de plantas medicinales amazónicas [i]
  401. () Tiempo y espacio en el Tawantinsuyu: introducción a las concepciones espacio-temporales de los Incas [u]
  402. Yoku Shaw-Taylor & Steven A. Tuch [ed] () The other African Americans: contemporary African and Caribbean immigrants in the United States [i]
  403. () The grasslands of the United States: an environmental history [i]
  404. Richard Sisson, Christian K. Zacher, & Andrew R. L. Cayton [ed] () The American Midwest: an interpretive encyclopedia [i]
  405. () African American environmental thought: foundations [i]
  406. () Back on the fire: essays [i]
  407. () United States West Coast: an environmental history [i]
  408. () Indigenous influence on forest management on the Menominee Indian Reservation [d]
  409. Genevieve Vaughan [ed] () Women and the gift economy: a radically difference worldview is possible [i]
  410. () Mahinga kai [d]
  411. () We are at home: pictures of the Ojibwe people [i] [u]
  412. () Canada and arctic North America: an environmental history [i]
  413. () Resistencia india organizada: el caso de Perú [i]
  414. Ken-ichi Abe, Wil de Jong, & Tuck-Po Lye [ed] () The social ecology of tropical forests: migration, populations and frontiers [i]
  415. () The Muskegon: the majesty and tragedy of Michigan's rarest river [i]
  416. () The Great Lakes water wars [i] [u]
  417. () The strength of thoughts, the stench of blood: Amazonian hematology and gender [u]
  418. Margarita Benavides [ed] () Atlas de comunidades nativas de la Selva Central [i]
  419. () Violence over the land: Indians and empires in the early American West [i]
  420. () Growing up in a culture of respect: child rearing in highland Peru [i]
  421. () Common property among indigenous peoples of the Ecuadorian Amazon [u]
  422. () Traditional medicinal plant use in Northern Peru: tracking two thousand years of healing culture [d]
  423. () The scratch of a pen: 1763 and the transformation of North America [i]
  424. () PGIS as a sustained (and sustainable?) practice: First Nation experiences in Treaty 8 BC, Canada [u]
  425. () Odawa language and legends: Andrew J. Blackbird and Raymond Kiogima [i]
  426. (/2007) The Cofán experiment: expanding an indigenous Amazonian world [o] [u]
  427. () Biocultural diversity: moving beyond the realm of 'indigenous' and 'local' people [d]
  428. () Southern United States: an environmental history [i]
  429. () What is the middle ground, anyway? [d] [j]
  430. () The native ground: Indians and colonists in the heart of the continent [i] [d] [j]
  431. () Broccoli and desire: global connections and Maya struggles in postwar Guatemala [i]
  432. () Indigenous resurgence in the contemporary Caribbean: Amerindian survival and revival [i]
  433. () Relaciones de género en la amazonía ecuatoriana: estudios de caso en comunidades indígenas Achuar, Shuar y Kichua [i]
  434. () 'Purús song': nationalization and tribalization in southwestern Amazonia [u]
  435. () Determinants of time allocation across the lifespan: a theoretical model and an application to the Machiguenga and Piro of Peru [d]
  436. (/2016) What is environmental history? [i]
  437. () The collected speeches of Sagoyewatha, or Red Jacket [i]
  438. () African Americans in the Furniture City: the struggle for civil rights in Grand Rapids [i]
  439. () Keewaydinoquay, stories from my youth [i]
  440. () Indigenous movements in the Central Andes: community, class, and ethnic politics [d]
  441. Julian Kunnie & Nomalungelo I. Goduka [ed] () Indigenous peoples' wisdom and power: affirming our knowledge through narratives [i]
  442. () Intracultural mapmaking by First Nations peoples in the Great Lakes region: a historical review [j]
  443. () Who defines indigenous?: identities, development, intellectuals, and the state in northern Mexico [i]
  444. () The stench of death and the aromas of life: the poetics of ways of knowing and sensory process among Piaroa of the Orinoco basin [u]
  445. () Smells like?: sources of uncertainty in the history of the Great Lakes environment [d]
  446. () The four hills of life: Ojibwe wisdom [i]
  447. PRATEC [ed] () Calendario agrofestivo en comunidades y escuela [i] [u]
  448. () Manawa: Pacific heartbeat: a celebration of contemporary Maori & Northwest Coast art [i]
  449. Robert E. Rhoades [ed] () Development with identity: community, culture and sustainability in the Andes [i]
  450. () The politics of shamanism and the limits of fear [u]
  451. Alison Swan [ed] () Fresh water: women writing on the Great Lakes [i]
  452. Hulleah Tsinhnahjinnie & Veronica Passalacqua [ed] () Our people, our land, our images: international indigenous photographers [i]
  453. () Promoting an endogenous approach to education at the local community level [d]
  454. () Witness to sovereignty: essays on the Indian movement in Latin America [i]
  455. () Bartolomé de las Casas: great prophet of the Americas [i]
  456. Waman Wasi [ed] () Saberes de siempre en la crianza del monte y de la chacra kechua-Lamista [i] [u]
  457. () Territorio Indígena Wampis–Awajun: 'Cerro de Kampankis' [u]
  458. () Tending the wild: Native American knowledge and the management of California's natural resources [i]
  459. () The struggle for self-determination: history of the Menominee Indians since 1854 [i]
  460. () Ciudadanía y cultura política entre los Awajún, Asháninka y Shipibo-Konibo de la Amazonía peruana [i]
  461. () The snake with golden braids: society, nature, and technology in Andean irrigation [i]
  462. () A land of ghosts: the braided lives of people and the forest in far western Amazonia [i]
  463. () Perspectivism and multinaturalism in indigenous America [i] [u]
  464. () Mapping indigenous lands [d]
  465. () Northeast and Midwest United States: an environmental history [i]
  466. () Invasive plants of the upper Midwest: an illustrated guide to their identification and control [i]
  467. () Paper talk: a history of libraries, print culture, and aboriginal peoples in Canada before 1960 [i]
  468. Clyde Ellis, Luke E. Lassiter, & Gary H. Dunham [ed] () Powwow [i]
  469. Leo Gabriel & Gilberto López y Rivas [ed] () Autonomías indígenas en América Latina: nuevas formas de convivencias política [i]
  470. () Laughing it up: Native American humor as spiritual tradition [d]
  471. () Unlikely alliances: treaty conflicts and environmental cooperation between Native American and rural white communities [d]
  472. () Riding a wave: embodied skills and colonial history on the Amazon floodplain [d]
  473. () A thousand pieces of paradise: landscape and property in the Kickapoo Valley [i]
  474. () The ecology of power: culture, place, and personhood in the southern Amazon, A.D. 1000–2000 [i]
  475. () Towards a politics of dwelling [u]
  476. () When 'health' is not enough: societal, individual and biomedical assessments of well-being among the Matsigenka of the Peruvian Amazon [d]
  477. () Maya children: helpers at the farm [i]
  478. () Recovering the sacred: the power of naming and claiming [i]
  479. () Indigenous peoples, resource extraction and sustainable development: an ethical approach [d] [j]
  480. () The role of education in American Indian self-determination: lessons from the Ramah Navajo community school [d]
  481. (/2015) Ties that bind: the story of an Afro-Cherokee family in slavery and freedom [i]
  482. () Integrating traditional healing practices into counseling and psychotherapy [i]
  483. () Beloved women: nurturing the sacred fire of leadership from an American Indian perspective [d]
  484. () Field-based education and indigenous knowledge: essential components of geoscience education for native American communities [d]
  485. () Working toward Whiteness: how America's immigrants became White: the strange journey from Ellis Island to the suburbs [i]
  486. () Something new in the air: the story of First Peoples television broadcasting in Canada [i]
  487. () Black, white, and Indian: race and the unmaking of an American family [i]
  488. Alexandre Surrallés & Pedro García Hierro [ed] () The land within: indigenous territory and the perception of the environment [i] [u]
  489. () Contesting citizenship in Latin America: the rise of indigenous movements and the postliberal challenge [i] [d]
  490. () Worlds transformed: indigenous peoples' health in changing rainforests [u]
  491. () Criar juntos mundos vivos y vivificantes: conversaciones entre lo andino y lo moderno [i]
  492. () Home gardens in Amazonian Peru: diversity and exchange of planting material [d]
  493. () Native to nowhere: sustaining home and community in a global age [i]
  494. () Seasonality in a Mapuche native population [d]
  495. Mario Blaser, Harvey A. Feit, & Glenn McRae [ed] () In the way of development: indigenous peoples, life projects, and globalization [i]
  496. () Indigenous and local communities and protected areas: towards equity and enhanced conservation: guidance on policy and practice for co-managed protected areas and community conserved areas [i]
  497. () What Coyote and Thales can teach us: an outline of American Indian epistemology [i]
  498. () El acceso legal a la tierra y el desarrollo de las comunidades indígenas y afroecuatorianas: la experiencia del PRODEPINE en el Ecuador [u]
  499. () American Indian environmental ethics: an Ojibwa case study [i]
  500. () Los dueños del mundo shipibo [i]
  501. () La titulación de tierras de propiedad de comunidades campesinas en el Perú [u]
  502. () Mapping the American way: geographical knowledge and the development of the United States, 1890–1950 [o] [u]
  503. () A global history of indigenous peoples: struggle and survival [i] [d]
  504. () Indigenous land tenure: challenges and possibilities [u]
  505. () Cultivated plant species diversity in home gardens of an Amazonian peasant village in northeastern Peru [d]
  506. () The lost Amazon: the photographic journey of Richard Evans Schultes [i]
  507. () On the brink: the Great Lakes in the 21st century [i]
  508. Carol Diaz-Granados & James Richard Duncan [ed] () The rock-art of eastern North America: capturing images and insight [i]
  509. () Cruzando fronteras: reflexiones sobre la relevancia de fronteras históricas, simbólicas y casi desaparecidas en América Latina [i]
  510. () Learning from traditional knowledge of non-timber forest products: Penan Benalui and the autecology of Aquilaria in Indonesian Borneo [u]
  511. () No longer nomadic: changing Punan Tubu lifestyle requires new health strategies [u]
  512. () The Indians of Hungry Hollow [i]
  513. Carol R. Ember & Melvin Ember [ed] () Encyclopedia of medical anthropology: health and illness in the world's cultures [i]
  514. () In her hands: craftswomen changing the world [i]
  515. () Indigenous peoples, land tenure and land policy in Latin America [u]
  516. () Help or hindrance?: the global environment facility, biodiversity conservation, and indigenous peoples [u]
  517. () Basketballs for bows and arrows: deforestation and Agta culture change [u]
  518. () Tedium and creativity: the valorization of manioc cultivation and piaroa women [d]
  519. () In Guyana, indigenous peoples fight to join conservation efforts [u]
  520. () Mapping antebellum Euro-American settlement spread in southern lower Michigan [d] [j]
  521. Charles Madigan [ed] () Global Chicago [i]
  522. () Every day is a good day: reflections by contemporary indigenous women [i]
  523. Virginia D. Nazarea, Rafael Guitarra, & Maricel Pineiro [ed] () Ñaupa rimaikunata charishpa katinamanta = Cuentos de la creación y resistencia = Stories of creation and resistance [i]
  524. () Benefiting local populations?: communal reserves in Peru [u]
  525. PRATEC [ed] () Una escuela amable con el saber local [i] [u]
  526. PRATEC [ed] () Watunakuy = Visitas de encariñamiento [i] [u]
  527. () Criar y dejarse criar: una modalidad de regeneración de saberes andinos [i]
  528. Roberto Arturo Restrepo Arcila [ed] () Saberes de vida por el bienestar de las nuevas generaciones [i]
  529. () Timescapes of community resilience and vulnerability in the circumpolar north [d] [j]
  530. () History, ethnography, and politics in Amazonia: implications of diachronic and synchronic variability in Marubo politics [u]
  531. () Native American healing practices and counseling [d]
  532. () Rain forest literatures: Amazonian texts and Latin American culture [i]
  533. () City of big thinkers [i]
  534. () American household botany: a history of useful plants, 1620–1900 [i]
  535. Alexandre Surrallés & Pedro García Hierro [ed] () Tierra adentro: territorio indígena y percepción del entorno [i] [u]
  536. () Risk coping strategies in tropical forests: floods, illnesses, and resource extraction [d]
  537. Anne Waters [ed] () American Indian thought: philosophical essays [i]
  538. () Resistance in an Amazonian community: Huaorani organizing against the global economy [i]
  539. Maenette K. P. Ah Nee-Benham & Wayne J. Stein [ed] () The renaissance of American Indian higher education: capturing the dream [i]
  540. () Mexicans and Mexican Americans in Michigan [i]
  541. () Synergy between traditional ecological knowledge and conservation science supports forest preservation in Ecuador [j] [u]
  542. Robert Brooke [ed] () Rural voices: place-conscious education and the teaching of writing [i]
  543. () One vast winter count: the Native American West before Lewis and Clark [i]
  544. () Fish for all: an oral history of multiple claims and divided sentiment on Lake Michigan [i]
  545. () Kinship with monkeys: the Guajá foragers of eastern Amazonia [i] [d] [j]
  546. () Learning as you journey: Anishinaabe perception of social-ecological environments and adaptive learning [j] [u]
  547. () Pensar el otro: entre los Huni Kuin de la amazonía peruana [i]
  548. () The forests of Michigan [i]
  549. () Tribal participatory research: mechanisms of a collaborative model [d]
  550. () Real Indians: identity and the survival of Native America [i] [j]
  551. Søren Hvalkof [ed] () Sueños Amazónicos: un programa de salud indígena en la selva peruana [i]
  552. () Families of the forest: the Matsigenka Indians of the Peruvian Amazon [i]
  553. () Honour Earth Mother = Mino-audjaudauh Mizzu-Kummik-Quae [i]
  554. () European conquest and the rights of indigenous peoples: the moral backwardness of international society [i] [d]
  555. (/2005) The truth about stories: a native narrative [i]
  556. Erick Detlef Langer & Elena Muñoz [ed] () Contemporary indigenous movements in Latin America [i]
  557. () Cultural foundations for ecological restoration on the White Mountain Apache Reservation [j] [u]
  558. () Indigenous education: addressing current issues and developments [d] [j]
  559. () Transcendence and violence: the encounter of Buddhist, Christian, and primal traditions [i]
  560. () A free library for everyone: the history of the Grand Rapids Public Library [o]
  561. () Agroforestry & ethnobotany: species data sheets [u]
  562. () The familiar face of genocide: internalized oppression among American Indians [d]
  563. Jon Allan Reyhner [ed] () Nurturing Native languages [i]
  564. () 'I want to be global': theorising the gentrifying class as an emergent elite global community [d]
  565. () Domesticated landscapes: the subsistence ecology of plant and animal domestication [d]
  566. () LifePlace: bioregional thought and practice [i] [d] [j]
  567. () The multiple use of tropical forests by indigenous peoples in Mexico: a case of adaptive management [j] [u]
  568. () Resilience in pre-contact Pacific Northwest social ecological systems [j] [u]
  569. () Rethinking home: a case for writing local history [i]
  570. () Preserving the sacred: historical perspectives on the Ojibwa Midewiwin [i]
  571. () Siege and survival: history of the Menominee Indians, 1634–1856 [i]
  572. () Ethnobotany of the Shuar of eastern Ecuador [i]
  573. () The intemperate rainforest: nature, culture, and power on Canada's west coast [i]
  574. James F. Brooks [ed] () Confounding the color line: the Indian–Black experience in North America [i]
  575. () Heartbeat of the people: music and dance of the northern pow-wow [i]
  576. () Native-American slavery and territoriality in the colonial Upper Great Lakes region [d] [j]
  577. Alison Hawthorne Deming & Lauret E. Savoy [ed] (/2011) The colors of nature: culture, identity, and the natural world [i]
  578. () Cross-cultural usability of the library metaphor [i]
  579. () Community mapping handbook: a guide to making your own maps of communities & traditional lands [i]
  580. () A natural history of the Chicago Region [i]
  581. () Bimaadiziwin, or the 'good life', as a unifying concept of Anishinaabe religion [d]
  582. () The comic vision of Anishinaabe culture and religion [d]
  583. () Off to the side: a memoir [i]
  584. Graham Harvey [ed] () Readings in indigenous religions [i]
  585. Bertus Haverkort, Katrien van t Hooft, & Wim Hiemstra [ed] () Ancient roots, new shoots: endogenous development in practice [i]
  586. () Wild politics: feminism, globalisation, bio/diversity [i]
  587. () Ventana hacia el infinito: arte shipibo-conibo [i]
  588. () Quests for alternative cultural antecedents: the indigenism of Pablo Neruda, Ernesto Cardenal, and Gary Snyder [i]
  589. () Indian metropolis: Native Americans in Chicago, 1945–75 [i]
  590. Sarah A. Laird [ed] () Biodiversity and traditional knowledge: equitable partnerships in practice [i]
  591. () Rediscovering rites of passage: education, transformation, and the transition to sustainability [j] [u]
  592. () The articulated peasant: household economies in the Andes [i]
  593. () El mundo andino: población, medio ambiente y economía [i]
  594. () Ojibwe waasa inaabidaa = We look in all directions [i]
  595. () Garbage wars: the struggle for environmental justice in Chicago [i]
  596. () Trekking through history: the Huaorani of Amazonian Ecuador [i] [d] [j]
  597. () Food and the making of modern Inuit identities [d]
  598. () A tapestry woven from the vicissitudes of history, place and daily life = Un tapiz tejido a partir de las vicisitudes de la historia, el lugar y la vida cotidiana = Um tapete tecido das vicissitudes da historia, do local e da vida diaria [i]
  599. () Place-based education: learning to be where we are [d]
  600. () Inventing indigenous knowledge: archaeology, rural development, and the raised field rehabilitation project in Bolivia [i]
  601. () La merma mágica: vida e historia de los shipibo-conibo del Ucayali [i]
  602. (/2018) American Indian politics and the American political system [i]
  603. () Viviendo bien: género y fertilidad entre los Airo-Pai de la Amazonía peruana [i]
  604. Andrew R. L. Cayton & Susan E. Gray [ed] () The American Midwest: essays on regional history [i]
  605. Suhas Chakma & Marianne Jensen [ed] () Racism against indigenous peoples [i]
  606. () Indigenous landscapes: a study in ethnocartography [o]
  607. () Diversidad chacarera en los Quechua-Lamas del Bajo Mayo San Martín [i] [u]
  608. () The place of the Pike (Gnoozhekaaning): a history of the Bay Mills Indian Community [i]
  609. () Ruin & recovery: Michigan's rise as a conservation leader [i]
  610. () Cultivated landscapes of native Amazonia and the Andes: triumph over the soil [i]
  611. () Inner circle/outer circle: a group technique based on Native American healing circles [d]
  612. () Ethnicity in Michigan: issues and people [i]
  613. () Roots and routes: exploring the relationship between place attachment and mobility [d]
  614. () Artists, tourists, and the elusive sublime: the artist as tourist, interpreter, and promoter of tourism [u]
  615. () West to far Michigan: settling the Lower Peninsula, 1815–1860 [i]
  616. () Mishqui-yacu, agua dulce: historia de un proyecto de desarrollo llevado a cabo con poblaciones indígenas del Ecuador [i] [u]
  617. Richard L. Nostrand & Lawrence E. Estaville [ed] () Homelands: a geography of culture and place across America [i]
  618. () Montes y montaraces: la visión del bosque en los quechua-lamas: una aproximación [i] [u]
  619. () De la chacra al fogón: tecnologías campesinas tradicionales: sobre cómo se almacenan, conservan, procesan y utilizan los alimentos en el campo [i] [u]
  620. () Love's revolution: interracial marriage [i]
  621. David Curtis Skaggs & Larry L. Nelson [ed] () The sixty years' war for the Great Lakes, 1754–1814 [i]
  622. () Living our language: Ojibwe tales & oral histories [i]
  623. () Etnobotánica de la amazonía peruana [i]
  624. () African Americans in Michigan [i]
  625. () Cultivated landscapes of middle America on the eve of conquest [i]
  626. () Great Lakes journey: a new look at America's freshwater coast [i]
  627. Gregor Gilpin Beck & Bruce M. Litteljohn [ed] () Voices for the watershed: environmental issues in the Great Lakes–St. Lawrence drainage basin [i]
  628. () Fishing the Great Lakes: an environmental history, 1783–1933 [i]
  629. () Compartiendo las crianzas: comida, organicidad y biodiversidad en la recuperación agroecológica y nutricional de los Quechua lamistas [i]
  630. () Tropical forests and shifting cultivation: secondary forest fallow dynamics among traditional farmers of the Peruvian Amazon [d]
  631. () From garden to globe: linking time and space with meaning and memory [i] [j]
  632. () Cultivated landscapes of native North America [i]
  633. () Developing environmental accounting: insights from indigenous cultures [d]
  634. () Nada queda, todo es desafío: globalización, soberanía, fronteras, derechos indígenas e integración en la Amazonía [i]
  635. () Sacred objects and sacred places: preserving tribal traditions [i]
  636. () The perception of the environment: essays on livelihood, dwelling & skill [i]
  637. Lee Irwin [ed] () Native American spirituality: a critical reader [i]
  638. David Lewis Lentz [ed] () Imperfect balance: landscape transformations in the Precolumbian Americas [i] [d] [j]
  639. () Aboriginal reconciliation and the Dreaming: Warramiri Yolngu and the quest for equality [i]
  640. Roderick J. McIntosh, Joseph A. Tainter, & Susan Keech McIntosh [ed] () The way the wind blows: climate, history, and human action [i] [j]
  641. () Ojibwe singers: hymns, grief, and a native culture in motion [i]
  642. Paul E. Minnis & Wayne J. Elisens [ed] () Biodiversity and Native America [i]
  643. Joanna Overing & Alan Passes [ed] () The anthropology of love and anger: the aesthetics of conviviality in Native Amazonia [i]
  644. (/2007) Walking the forest with Chico Mendes: struggle for justice in the Amazon [i]
  645. () Conservation and subsistence in small-scale societies [d]
  646. (/2003) Masons, tricksters, and cartographers: comparative studies in the sociology of scientific and indigenous knowledge [i]
  647. () Intercultural education and literacy: an ethnographic study of indigenous knowledge and learning in the Peruvian Amazon [i]
  648. () Schooling and development: eroding Amazon women's knowledge and diversity [i]
  649. (/2009) Peace, power, righteousness: an indigenous manifesto [i]
  650. () New church offers powwows for Indians [All Tribes Gathering] [o]
  651. (/2008) Sacred ecology: traditional ecological knowledge and resource management [i]
  652. Gregory Cajete [ed] () A people's ecology: explorations in sustainable living [i]
  653. (/2016) First peoples: a documentary survey of American Indian history [i]
  654. Duane Champagne [ed] () Contemporary Native American cultural issues [i]
  655. Luis Chirinos Segura [ed] () Mujeres, pueblos indígenas y poblaciones rurales: democracia y gobiernos locales [o]
  656. Christine Clark & James O'Donnell [ed] () Becoming and unbecoming white: owning and disowning a racial identity [i]
  657. Environmental Law Network International [ed] () Derechos económicos y culturales de los pueblos indígenas: prevención de impactos sociales y ecológicos de la explotación de recursos naturales [i]
  658. () Nature and culture in the Andes [i]
  659. () Relaciones de género en la amazonía peruana [i]
  660. Wim Hiemstra & Bertus Haverkort [ed] () Food for thought: ancient visions and new experiments of rural people [i]
  661. () All our relations: native struggles for land and life [i]
  662. () The way of the human being [i]
  663. Michael Vincent McGinnis [ed] () Bioregionalism [i]
  664. () The history of indigenous peoples and tourism [u]
  665. () The heartbeat of indigenous Africa: a study of the Chagga educational system [i]
  666. (/2012) Decolonizing methodologies: research and indigenous peoples [i]
  667. David Scofield Wilson & Angus K. Gillespie [ed] () Rooted in America: foodlore of popular fruits and vegetables [i]
  668. () Indigenous South Americans of the past and present: an ecological perspective [i]
  669. Frédérique Apffel-Marglin [ed] () The spirit of regeneration: Andean culture confronting Western notions of development [i]
  670. William L. Balée [ed] () Advances in historical ecology [i]
  671. () Exploring the basic ecological unit: ecosystem-like concepts in traditional societies [d]
  672. Colin Bourke, Eleanor Bourke, & W. H. Edwards [ed] () Aboriginal Australia: an introductory reader in aboriginal studies [i]
  673. Victoria Brehm [ed] (/2000) The women's Great Lakes reader [i]
  674. () Collected wisdom: American Indian education [i]
  675. () Sovereignty and nation-building: the development challenge in Indian country today [d]
  676. () The social life of stories: narrative and knowledge in the Yukon Territory [i]
  677. () Playing Indian [i]
  678. (/2012) The invasion of Indian country in the twentieth century: American capitalism and tribal natural resources [i]
  679. () Fronteras, colonización y mano de obra indígena, Amazonia andina (siglo XIX–XX): la construcción del espacio socio-económico amazónico en Ecuador, Perú y Bolivia (1792–1948) [i]
  680. () The gift of life: female spirituality and healing in northern Peru [i]
  681. () Justice in Aboriginal communities: sentencing alternatives [i]
  682. () Walking where we lived: memoirs of a Mono Indian family [i]
  683. G. Malcolm Lewis [ed] () Cartographic encounters: perspectives on Native American mapmaking and map use [i]
  684. Susan Lobo, Steve Talbot, & Traci L. Morris [ed] (/2010) Native American voices: a reader [i]
  685. () Information technology for indigenous peoples: the North American experience [i]
  686. () American Indian identities: issues of individual choices and development [d]
  687. () Native American ethnobotany [i]
  688. () A story to tell: traditions of a Tlingit community [i]
  689. () Ritual and myth in Odawa revitalization: reclaiming a sovereign place [i]
  690. () Blue as the lake: a personal geography [i]
  691. () Map or be mapped: mapping indigenous people's territory [o]
  692. David Woodward & G. Malcolm Lewis [ed] () Cartography in the traditional African, American, Arctic, Australian, and Pacific societies [i]
  693. () The dynamics of Navajo peacemaking [d]
  694. () Effective negotiation by indigenous peoples: an action guide with special reference to North America [i]
  695. () The ecology of hope: communities collaborate for sustainability [i]
  696. Barbara Ching & Gerald W. Creed [ed] () Knowing your place: rural identity and cultural hierarchy [i]
  697. (/2003) Shadowed ground: America's landscapes of violence and tragedy [i]
  698. Cora Govers & Hans Vermeulen [ed] () The politics of ethnic consciousness [i]
  699. Tom Griffiths & Libby Robin [ed] () Ecology and empire: environmental history of settler societies [i]
  700. () The creative arts: an avenue to wellness among Native American Indians [d]
  701. () A trail through leaves: the journal as a path to place [i]
  702. () Exemplars of indigenism: native North American women for de/colonization and liberation [i]
  703. () The lure of the local: senses of place in a multicentered society [i]
  704. () A dish with one spoon: the shared hunting grounds agreement in the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Valley Region [u]
  705. Elke Mader [ed] () Complementariedad entre hombre y mujer: relaciones de género desde la perspectiva amerindia [i]
  706. PRATEC [ed] () Los caminos andinos de las semillas: núcleos de vigorización de la chacra andina: experiencias de los núcleos de vigorización de la chacra andina en la crianza de la bio-diversidad [i] [u]
  707. () Wetlands of the American Midwest: a historical geography of changing attitudes [i]
  708. () The art of being Kuna: layers of meaning among the Kuna of Panama [i]
  709. () The voice of the crane echoes afar: the sociopolitical organization of the Lake Superior Ojibwa, 1640–1855 [i]
  710. Helaine Selin [ed] (/2016) Encyclopaedia of the history of science, technology, and medicine in non-western cultures [i] [d]
  711. Stan Stevens & Terry De Lacy [ed] () Conservation through cultural survival: indigenous peoples and protected areas [i]
  712. () Teaching the commons: place, pride, and the renewal of community [i]
  713. Frédérique Apffel-Marglin & Stephen A. Marglin [ed] () Decolonizing knowledge: from development to dialogue [i]
  714. () Wisdom sits in places: landscape and language among the Western Apache [i]
  715. () Amazon indigenous peoples: new challenges for political participation and sustainable development [u]
  716. S. Elizabeth Bird [ed] () Dressing in feathers: the construction of the Indian in American popular culture [i]
  717. () The continuing circle: Native American storytelling past and present [i]
  718. () Babies, bodies, and the production of personhood in North America and a Native Amazonian society [d]
  719. (/2002) The pig and the skyscraper: Chicago, a history of our future [i]
  720. Philippe Descola & Gísli Pálsson [ed] () Nature and society: anthropological perspectives [i]
  721. () Psychiatric implications of displacement: contributions from the psychology of place [p]
  722. Burt Galaway & Joe Hudson [ed] () Restorative justice: international perspectives [i]
  723. () Medicine of the Cherokee: the way of right relationship [i]
  724. () Earth dance drum: a celebration of life [i]
  725. () Coming in to the foodshed [i]
  726. () Dietary change and traditional food systems of indigenous peoples [d]
  727. () The powwow as a public arena for negotiating unity and diversity in American Indian life [d]
  728. () Re-ruralizing education [i]
  729. () Returning to the teachings: exploring aboriginal justice [i]
  730. William Vitek & Wes Jackson [ed] () Rooted in the land: essays on community and place [i]
  731. () The rootless professors [i]
  732. () Redemptive communities: indigenous knowledge, colonist farming systems, and conservation of tropical forests [d]
  733. () The emergence of 'campesinos' in the Peruvian Amazon [d]
  734. () The shifting middle ground: Amazonian Indians and eco-politics [d]
  735. William Cronon [ed] () Uncommon ground: toward reinventing nature [i]
  736. () Native American postcolonial psychology [i]
  737. () A face in the rock: the tale of a Grand Island Chippewa [i]
  738. () The Manitous: the spiritual world of the Ojibway [i]
  739. () Signals in the air: Native broadcasting in America [i]
  740. () The voices of Ottawa women in western Michigan history [o] [u]
  741. () Indigenous peoples, mapping & biodiversity conservation: an analysis of current activities and opportunities for applying geomatics technologies [i]
  742. () Ordenes y desórdenes en la selva central: historia y economía de un espacio regional [i]
  743. () A place in space: ethics, aesthetics, and watersheds: new and selected prose [i]
  744. Leslie E. Sponsel [ed] () Indigenous peoples and the future of Amazonia: an ecological anthropology of an endangered world [i]
  745. () Culture, community, and the promise of rural education [u]
  746. () Traditional American Indian economic policy [d]
  747. () Marea negra en la Amazonia: conflictos socioambientales vinculados a la actividad petrolera en el Ecuador [i]
  748. (/2001) Science and other indigenous knowledge systems [i]
  749. () Footprints of the forest: Ka'apor ethnobotany: the historical ecology of plant utilization by an Amazonian people [i]
  750. () Massacre of the dreamers: essays on Xicanisma [i]
  751. () America's first cuisines [i]
  752. () Limits and possibilities: White–Indian relations in Western Michigan in the era of removal [d] [j]
  753. (/2009) The indigenous world [yearbook] [i]
  754. () Becoming native to this place [i]
  755. () Violaciones de derechos en la amazonia ecuatoriana: las consecuencias humanas del desarrollo petrolero [i]
  756. () Ojibwa narratives of Charles and Charlotte Kawbawgam and Jacques LePique, 1893–1895 [i]
  757. () Earth in mind: on education, environment, and the human prospect [i]
  758. Robert Pack & Jay Parini [ed] () American identities: contemporary multicultural voices [i]
  759. Pilar Riaño Alcalá [ed] () Women in grassroots communication: furthering social change [i]
  760. Fernando Santos-Granero & Frederica Barclay [ed] (/2007) Guía etnográfica de la alta amazonía [i]
  761. () Lives together—worlds apart: Quechua colonization in jungle and city [i]
  762. () All roads are good: native voices on life and culture [i]
  763. (/2010) Deculturalization and the struggle for equality: a brief history of the education of dominated cultures in the United States [i]
  764. () Clowns of the Hopi: tradition keepers and delight makers [i]
  765. () Standing in the light: a Lakota way of seeing [i]
  766. Doug Aberley [ed] () Boundaries of home: mapping for local empowerment [i]
  767. () The native American sweat lodge: history and legends [i]
  768. (/1996) The spears of twilight: life and death in the Amazon jungle [i]
  769. Mark Hobart [ed] () An anthropological critique of development: the growth of ignorance [i]
  770. () Mediation around the medicine wheel [d]
  771. () Story earth: native voices on the environment [i]
  772. () Through Amazonian eyes: the human ecology of Amazonian populations [i]
  773. () Chacras y chacareros: ecología, demografía y sistemas de cultivo en San Martín [o]
  774. () The role of ethics, mapping, and the meaning of place in relations between Indians and Whites in the United States [d]
  775. Vladimir Serrano Pérez [ed] () Economía de solidaridad y cosmovisión indígena [i]
  776. () Drama bajo el manto amazónico: el turismo y otros problemas de los huaorani en la actualidad = Crisis under the canopy: tourism and other problems facing the present day Huaorani [i]
  777. Jorge Trujillo León [ed] () Indianistas, indianófilos, indigenistas: entre el enigma y la fascinación: una antología de textos sobre el problema indígena [i]
  778. () Proletarians of the North: a history of Mexican industrial workers in Detroit and the Midwest, 1917–1933 [i]
  779. () Wisdom's daughters: conversations with women elders of Native America [i]
  780. () Ininatig's gift of sugar: traditional native sugarmaking [i]
  781. Alan R. H. Baker & Gideon Biger [ed] () Ideology and landscape in historical perspective: essays on the meanings of some places in the past [i]
  782. () Rites of conquest: the history and culture of Michigan's Native Americans [i]
  783. (/2009) Canada's first nations: a history of founding peoples from earliest times [i]
  784. José E. Juncosa [ed] () Documentos indios: declaraciones y pronunciamientos [o]
  785. () La lucha por la salud en el alto Amazonas y en los Andes [o]
  786. Allen G. Noble [ed] () To build in a new land: ethnic landscapes in North America [i]
  787. () Politics of Great Lakes Indian religion [d] [j]
  788. () The sacred harvest: Ojibway wild rice gathering [i]
  789. () Subsistence and the single woman among the Amuesha of the upper Amazon, Peru [d]
  790. () Etnohistoria de la Alta Amazonia: siglo XV–XVIII [o]
  791. () Los olvidados: 500 años de incomprensión entre indios y criollos [i]
  792. () Native Americans before 1492: the moundbuilding centers of the eastern woodlands [i]
  793. () El temblor y la luna: ensayo sobre las relaciones entre las mujeres y los hombres mai huna [o]
  794. () Quasi-ethnic groups in Amazonia [d] [j]
  795. () Nature's metropolis: Chicago and the Great West [i]
  796. () Amazon crude [i]
  797. () The power of love: the moral use of knowledge amongst the Amuesha of Central Peru [i]
  798. () Mapping the world in the mind: an investigation of the unwritten knowledge of the Micronesian navigators [i]
  799. (/2011) The middle ground: Indians, empires, and republics in the Great Lakes region, 1650–1815 [i]
  800. (/1992) The elder brothers [i]
  801. () Environmental changes and human health: a study of the Shipibo-Conibo in Eastern Peru [o]
  802. (/2004) The burning season: the murder of Chico Mendes and the fight for the Amazon rain forest [i]
  803. () The practice of the wild: essays [i]
  804. () El mundo mágico de los aguarunas [o]
  805. () To weave and sing: art, symbol, and narrative in the South American rain forest [i]
  806. () Enduring seeds: native American agriculture and wild plant conservation [i]
  807. () Native American architecture [i]
  808. () Wa-bish-kee-pe-nas and the Chippewa reverence for copper [d] [j]
  809. Lawrence Eugene Sullivan [ed] () Healing and restoring: health and medicine in the world's religious traditions [i]
  810. () Settlement in a half-savage land: life and loss in the Metis community of La Baye [j]
  811. () Los sionas y secoyas: su adaptación al ambiente amazónico [o]
  812. (/2002) The hold life has: coca and cultural identity in an Andean community [i]
  813. José Barreiro [ed] (/1992) Indian roots of American democracy [i]
  814. (/2009) Waterlily [i]
  815. Julie Sloan Denslow & Christine Padoch [ed] () People of the tropical rain forest [i]
  816. () Offering smoke: the sacred pipe and native American religion [i]
  817. Pierre Rossel [ed] () Tourism: manufacturing the exotic [o]
  818. () Wild rice and the Ojibway people [i]
  819. (/2010) Indian givers: how Native Americans transformed the world [i]
  820. (/2012) Borderlands = La frontera: the new mestiza [i]
  821. () Mother Earth: an American story [i]
  822. Daniel Halpern [ed] () On nature: nature, landscape, and natural history [i]
  823. () Native religions of North America: the power of visions and fertility [i]
  824. () Atlas of Great Lakes Indian history [i]
  825. () The late, Great Lakes: an environmental history [i]
  826. (/1988) Al este de los Andes: relaciones entre las sociedades amazónicas y andinas entre los siglos XV y XVII [o]
  827. () Underdeveloping the Amazon: extraction, unequal exchange, and the failure of the modern state [i]
  828. Survival International [ed] () An end to laughter?: tribal peoples and economic development [o]
  829. () Strangers in their own land: Ottawa Indians of the Grand River Valley [o] [u]
  830. (/1993) Eastern Ojibwa–Chippewa–Ottawa dictionary [i] [d]
  831. () French subsistence at Fort Michilimackinac, 1715–1781: the clergy and the traders [o]
  832. () Natives and newcomers: Canada's 'Heroic Age' reconsidered [i] [j]
  833. (/1999) The popularity of being Indian: a new trend in contemporary American society [i]
  834. () Navajo art and education [d] [j]
  835. () The people named the Chippewa: narrative histories [i]
  836. () Sacred sands: the struggle for community in the Indiana Dunes [i]
  837. () Duel for the dunes: land use conflict on the shores of Lake Michigan [i]
  838. Raymond B. Hames & William T. Vickers [ed] () Adaptive responses of native Amazonians [i] [d]
  839. () Celebración de la vida y de la fecundidad: Uwí [o]
  840. () Artesanías y técnicas shuar [o]
  841. () Ojibway ceremonies [i]
  842. (/2006) Menominee drums: tribal termination and restoration, 1954–1974 [i]
  843. () This remarkable continent: an atlas of United States and Canadian society and culture [i]
  844. () Reader's Digest North American wildlife: an illustrated guide to 2,000 plants and animals [i]
  845. () Historia y migraciones de los yagua de finales del siglo XVII hasta nuestros días [o]
  846. (/2006) North American Indians: a comprehensive account [i]
  847. (/1998) Antropología indigenista [i]
  848. (/1998) Fading feast: a compendium of disappearing American regional foods [i]
  849. () Amazon economics: the simplicity of Shipibo Indian wealth [i]
  850. (/1990) Economía amazónica: estrategias de subsistencia en las riberas del Ucayali en el Perú [i]
  851. () Tsunki, mitos y ritos de la pesca [o]
  852. (/1991) Lakota belief and ritual [i]
  853. (/2010) The Mishomis book: the voice of the Ojibway [i]
  854. () 'Duik múun...': universo mítico de los aguaruna [o]
  855. (/1990) Fools Crow [i]
  856. () The Menominee Indians: a history [i]
  857. (/2005) Basic call to consciousness [i]
  858. () The Chippewas of Lake Superior [i]
  859. Pamela J. Dobson [ed] () The tree that never dies: oral history of the Michigan Indians [o]
  860. () The Potawatomis, keepers of the fire [i]
  861. (/1981) Los nativos invisibles: notas sobre la historia y realidad actual de los cocamilla del Río Huallaga, Perú [o]
  862. () Wisconsin Chippewa myths & tales and their relation to Chippewa life: based on folktales collected by Victor Barnouw, Joseph B. Casagrande, Ernestine Friedl, and Robert E. Ritzenthaler [i]
  863. () An assessment of the nutritional and health status of an Aguaruna Jivaro community, Amazonas, Peru [d]
  864. (/1996) The unsettling of America: culture & agriculture [i]
  865. (/2003) Killing the hidden waters [i]
  866. (/1998) The prairie people: continuity and change in Potawatomi Indian culture, 1665–1965 [i]
  867. (/2006) Historia de la nación shuar [i]
  868. () Daughters of the earth: the lives and legends of American Indian women [i]
  869. () Oglala religion [i]
  870. () Language and art in the Navajo universe [i]
  871. () Ojibway heritage [i]
  872. () Turtle Island [i]
  873. (/2003) God is red: a native view of religion [i]
  874. () Between land and water: the subsistence ecology of the Miskito Indians, eastern Nicaragua [i]
  875. () Lame Deer, seeker of visions [i]
  876. () Bury my heart at Wounded Knee: an Indian history of the American West [i]
  877. () Homenaje a los indios americanos [o]
  878. (/1990) The Huron: farmers of the North [i]
  879. () Ojibwa religion and the Midéwiwin [o]
  880. () What's the point of history? [j]
  881. () The Potawatomi Indians of southwestern Michigan [o]
  882. () Great Lakes country [o]
  883. (/1971) Indian life in the Upper Great Lakes, 11,000 B.C. to A.D. 1800 [i]
  884. () The human community: its philosophy and practice for a time of crisis [o]
  885. (/2002) The need for roots: prelude to a declaration of duties towards mankind [i]
  886. (/1995) Trees of Michigan and the Upper Great Lakes [i]
  887. (/1998) Speaking of Indians [i]
  888. (/1997) The Ojibwa woman [i]
  889. (/2006) Land of the spotted eagle [i]
  890. (/1999) Los indígenas del Perú nororiental: investigaciones fundamentales para un estudio sistemático de la cultura [i]
  891. (/1979) Chippewa customs [i] [u]
  892. (/1974) How Indians use wild plants for food, medicine, and crafts: uses of plants by the Chippewa Indians [i] [u]
  893. (/2003) American Indian stories, legends, and other writings [i] [u]
  894. (/2007) Gleason's plants of Michigan [i] [u]
  895. (/2004) Michigan trees: a guide to the trees of the Great Lakes Region [i]
  896. () A history of northern Michigan and its people [o] [u]
  897. (/1972) Chippewa music [i] [u]
  898. () Navaho myths, prayers and songs [o] [u]
  899. (/2011) Ogimawkwe mitigwaki = Queen of the woods: a novel [i] [u]
  900. () History of the city of Grand Rapids, Michigan: with an appendix—History of Lowell, Michigan [o] [u]
  901. (/1972) Picture-writing of the American Indians [i] [u]
  902. (/2009) History of the Ojibway people [i] [u]
  903. (/1994) Life among the Piutes: their wrongs and claims [i] [u]
  904. (/1995) A century of dishonor: a sketch of the United States government's dealings with some of the Indian tribes [i] [u]
  905. () Indian life and Indian history by an Indian author: embracing the traditions of the North American Indians regarding themselves, particularly of that most important of all the tribes, the Ojibways [o] [u]
  906. (/1999) Brevísima relación de la destruición de las Indias [i]
  907. (/1951) Historia de las Indias [o] [u]

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